Mitigating Criminal Charges | Preserving Your Military Career And Benefits

If you are a military service member facing a criminal charge, it is likely you need defense in either military or civilian court. At the Dilley Law Office, we can represent you in both.

We understand that when it comes to military criminal defense, the accused might be facing a separation board, court martial or given a General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand ("GOMOR"). This formal reprimand by a general can have repercussions that follow you for years to come. Attorney David E. Dilley can help prepare a mitigating statement, or a GOMOR rebuttal, to try to get the general to change their mind.

20 Percent Discount To Military Personnel

Attorney Dilley is pleased to support his fellow armed service members with a 20 percent discount on legal services. As a lawyer in the Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps and an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve, he understands the particular issues faced by military service members and retired military personnel.

Court-Martial Defense For Texas Residents

If you are facing a court-martial or military investigation, you are experiencing one of the most stressful and uncertain times in your life. You are likely feeling anxious and may not know where to turn. Your feelings are normal. Our firm has helped many people through this experience, and we can help you.

Having a federal conviction or unfavorable discharge can mark your record for life. You could be facing months or years of jail and a dishonorable discharge — which can strip you of your veteran's benefits. A court-martial or other misconduct can affect you, your family and your entire life. You owe it to yourself and your family to find the right court-martial defense attorney to present the best court-martial or separation board defense possible.

Start Your Military Criminal Defense Today

At the Law Office of David E. Dilley, PLLC, we are experienced in providing a strong defense in separation boards and court-martials for military personnel in San Antonio. Our team can answer your questions about what you can expect during the separation board and court-martial process. We will analyze the law and evidence as it applies to your case.

Call 210-951-2591, or reach out via our online contact form. We will provide you the advice you need so that you can make smart choices. Rest assured, we will take the time to explain your case to you until our team is confident that you understand your options and risks.