Close Menu

Author Archives: matt@provenlawmarketing.com

capovilla podcast cover art

Capovilla & Williams Launches Military Justice Today Podcast

By Capovilla & Williams |

The law firm of Capovilla & Williams recently launched the Military Justice Today podcast, available on all major podcast platforms, including Spotify, Apple, Stitcher, and Castbox.  The show will air episodes every other week and cover a wide-variety of topics impacting military service members in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces as well… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Requirements Concept with Word on Folder.

Military Commander’s Role When a Sexual Assault Allegation is Made

By Capovilla & Williams |

I receive a lot of calls from potential clients who do not want to hire an attorney until they are officially charged with a crime. Typically, these clients will call me up, ask me about the court-martial process, tell me that the accuser is lying, that CID, NCIS, or OSI wants to question them,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
military lawyers

Changing the Law for Major Military Crimes in the United States

By Capovilla & Williams |

Changes in the U.S. military justice system have been a hot topic among armed forces leadership, politicians, commentators, and attorneys, and specifically revisions to when and how major felony cases are brought and managed.  Some advocates and lawmakers believe that changing the procedures, decision makers, and substantive law itself will help reduce the number… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
military lawyers

Why Independent Investigations Are Critical in Military Criminal Cases

By Capovilla & Williams |

Our firm recently represented an E-5 SGT stationed at a well-known Army base in the United States.  He was charged with a serious crime related to sexual misconduct.  Even though this dedicated serviceman’s career, benefits, and reputation were at stake, CID refused to interview the key witnesses who were present at the time of… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Robert Capovilla Lawyer

Robert Capovilla Recognized by Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce

By Capovilla & Williams |

The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce (GA) has named attorney Robert Capovilla to its list of Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch for 2021. The annual recognition program focuses on professionals under age 40 who are considered the county’s up and coming leaders. Judging was conducted by an experienced committee of chamber… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
military plea bargan

Taking a Pretrial Agreement or Plea Bargain

By Capovilla & Williams |

Our team of experienced military defense lawyers gets many questions about whether it’s best to negotiate and accept a pretrial agreement that’s been proposed  by the government, or go to trial to seek the best resolution to your legal issue. The simple answer is that it depends on a number of very important factors… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
military defense lawyer

Attorney Sean Flood Joins C & W

By Capovilla & Williams |

The team at Capovilla & Williams is very pleased to announce that attorney Sean Flood has joined the firm as a partner. A Bronze Star recipient, Sean brings over a decade of military law experience to our firm, including assignments at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Fort Campbell, as well as deployments in Afghanistan and… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Sexual Assault Evidence

The Purpose and Impact of Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations in Military Cases

By Capovilla & Williams |

In many cases alleging sexual assault in the military, the Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) plays an important role in establishing guilt or innocence.  This post will discuss the purpose, process, and impact of a SAFE on sex assault cases in Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. The purpose of a SAFE… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
stemcourthouse (2018_07_16 17_09_34 UTC)

Role of Preliminary Hearing in Military Sexual Assault Cases

By Capovilla & Williams |

If you are a military service member and accused of sexual assault you most certainly will be facing a general court-martial.  This means that you are entitled to a preliminary hearing called an Article 32 hearing. The law provides: “No charge or specification may be referred to a general court-martial for trial until completion… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
protected by reCAPTCHA Privacy - Terms