Fort Riley, Kansas Military Lawyers
Covering over 100,000 acres in north-central Kansas, Fort Riley is where the Army’s 1st Infantry Division — “The Big Red One” — builds and maintains combat-ready forces. Riley has a daytime population of 25,000 and a residential population of about 7,800.
Due to size, Fort Riley sees a relatively large number of administrative actions and criminal prosecutions each year. Helping to represent service members accused of misconduct is Capovilla & Williams, one of the most experienced military defense law firms to serve Fort Riley.
Capovilla & Williams attorneys specialize in courts-martial defense, including sexual assault, domestic violence, and drug-related offenses. We also provide representation in a wide 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 for your rights today.
Court-Martials and Investigations at Fort Riley
Officers, enlisted personnel, and NCOs at Fort Riley hire the military defense attorneys of Capovilla & Williams to represent them. Alleged harassment, domestic violence, theft, and sexual misconduct make up the majority of our work in the military courts. Our seasoned lawyers expertly handle drug-related offenses (including positive urinalysis) and represent service members charged with disorderly conduct, leave violations, and failure to obey orders. If you find yourself under investigation or subject to court-martial at Fort Riley for these or similar allegations, entrust your defense to the experts at Capovilla & Williams.
Experienced Military Criminal Defense Attorney
Capovilla & Williams regularly engages independent investigators to uncover the facts behind the accusations levied against our military clients – facts that don’t always match the narrative that the military’s investigators have created. Our lawyers have years of experience as military prosecutors and JAG defense attorneys, so we understand how Army investigations are conducted and how the military justice system works. We aim to uncover what happened and give you a strong, fair defense, despite any unfavorable conclusions your command or unit leadership has drawn about you. We understand military culture but also live outside it, so we’re not intimidated by power or swayed by preconceptions. Our goal is your fair treatment and exoneration.
Our skilled military defense team has represented hundreds of clients accused of domestic violence, sexual assault, harassment, fraud, theft, military drug crimes, and more. If you’re facing a court-martial, an investigation, or a disciplinary matter, we can help. For a free, confidential consultation with an accomplished Capovilla & Williams military attorney, call our office today at 404-496-7674 or contact us online.