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Fort Bragg, North Carolina Military Lawyers 

The legal team at Capovilla & Williams has extensive experience in complex cases at Fort Bragg.  Our attorneys focus on courts-martial defense, including sexual assault, domestic violence, and all drug related offenses. We also provide representation on an array of administrative matters, including GOMOR and AR 15-6 rebuttals, OER and NCOER rebuttals, and all administrative separation boards. Hire our firm to get a team full of experts ready to fight your case today.

U.S. Army Base at Fort Bragg, NC

Fort Bragg is perhaps best known as the headquarters for the Army’s Special Operations Command and home to the XVIII Airborne Corps. The base is one of the largest U.S. military installations globally, with more than 57,000 active-duty Army service members and spanning 251 square miles just west of Fayetteville in the Sandhills region of southeastern North Carolina. The base also hosts more than 20 major military units.

Fort Bragg’s major units also include the 82d Airborne Division, United States Forces Command and Army Reserve Command, and 1st Special Forces Command – which includes 3d Special Forces Group and 1st Special Warfare Training Group.

Fort Bragg has a proud culture and rich history dating back to its beginnings in 1918 as Camp Bragg. Soldiers from Fort Bragg have participated in every war since World War I. ‘All American’ paratroopers from the 82d are most famous for jumping behind enemy lines during World War II, and the Division has been America’s vanguard in every crisis since.

Fort Bragg’s mission is to equip, train, rapidly deploy, and sustain full spectrum forces supporting combatant commanders from a community of excellence where Soldiers, families, and civilians thrive.

Courts-Martial and Investigations at Fort Bragg

Due in part to the base’s large geographic size and population, Fort Bragg sees a very high number of investigations and courts-martial each year.  In fact, as of mid-April 2021, Fort Bragg has 16 courts-martial pending, and it’s estimated that there are 2-3 times more active investigations on the base at any given time.  The experienced military defense attorneys at Capovilla & Williams are regularly hired to defend service members of all ranks at Fort Bragg in cases ranging from sexual assault and harassment to drug charges – including positive urinalysis, sale, and possession – to failure to obey orders, disorderly conduct, and AWOL.

Protecting Your Record of Service at Brag

Fort Bragg is considered one of the Army’s most prestigious military posts. Several special operations and airborne units are also stationed at the base, including the 82nd Airborne Division, the 3rd Special Forces Group, and Delta Force.  These are prestigious divisions of the Army and can help propel both officers and enlisted Soldiers to exceptional career opportunities and retirement.

However, a criminal arrest, charge, or conviction can have a serious negative impact on a service member’s life, making it very important to have the best military defense attorney in your corner… at all phases of the legal process.

Experienced Fort Bragg Military Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you’ve been arrested and charged, or are facing an active investigation for a crime at Fort Bragg, you need an experienced military defense lawyer protecting your rights. At Capovilla & Williams, our job is to defend you. We don’t care what your command or your leadership believes, and we don’t answer to them. We work hard to uncover the truth, confront your accusers, and protect your rights.

Capovilla & Williams has a full team of military justice professionals with years of experience as both Army prosecutors and defense attorneys.  We understand how military investigations and courts-martial work, and we employ the best investigators who work tirelessly to uncover important facts and circumstances that will prove your innocence.  We have represented hundreds of clients falsely accused of domestic violence, sexual assault, military drug crimes, fraud, theft, and more. Whether you are facing a court-martial trial or separation or disenrollment board, we can help. The military should treat you fairly, and we work to ensure that happens.

For a free, confidential consultation with one of our experienced military attorneys, call our office today at 404-496-7674 or contact us online.  All information is kept strictly confidential, even if you choose not to hire our law firm.

 

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