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If you are facing military criminal charges, courts martial, or your civil liberties have been violated, you need the assistance of an experienced and well respected military lawyer who is familiar with all aspects of military law and the military justice system.

Donald G. Rehkopf, Jr. of the distinguished firm of Brenna & Brenna in New York, handles all aspects of Military Law Offenses, Criminal Defense and Defense of Civil Liberties, including Employment Discrimination.



Military Law - Military Justice
Military law consists of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and other statutory provisions for the government of persons in the Armed Forces to which may be added the unwritten common law of the usage and custom of military service as well as regulations and authorized by the President as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces (See 10 U.S.C.S. § 121). It is a part of our body of law as a whole, and is fully recognized by civil courts; it is in force in time of peace as well as in time of war. All persons serving in the Armed Forces of the United States are subject to military law at all times.

Donald G. Rehkopf, Jr. has extensive experience representing clients in the toughest military matters, including:

  • Treason, Murder, etc.
  • Defense of General, Special and Summary Courts-Martial
  • Article 32 Hearings
  • Appeals of Convictions by Courts-Martial before the service Court of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the Supreme Court
  • Representation and Advisement in Article 21, UCMJ, Investigations
  • Representation and Advisement in Criminal Suspect Investigations
  • Representation and Advisement in Non-Judicial Punishment Under Article 15
  • Representation and Advisement in Flying and Medical Evaluation Boards
  • Representation and Advisement in Administrative Discharge Boards
  • Representation and Advisement in Petitions to Board of Corrections of Military Records
  • Administrative hearings to "Show Cause" and administrative boards, "PEB"s (Physical Evaluation Boards), and privileging actions/hearings against physicians
  • Applications to the service Boards for Correction of Military Records, Discharge Review Boards and Clemency and Parole Boards
  • Civil lawsuits under the Federal Tort Claims Act and Military Claims Act for negligence and medical malpractice

When you are faced with adverse action being taken against you by the military or federal government or your civil liberties have been violated, you need to have competent legal representation by an experienced military trial attorney who will aggressively defend your rights. If you have been charged with a crime and are facing a Courts-Martial, or an Administrative Separation Action, you need a military lawyer who is familiar with the military justice system.

Military Charges are very serious charges with potential life-long consequences and demand that anyone facing such charges employ an experienced military justice attorney for his or her defense in order to protect your rights.

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