Experienced Military Law Attorneys
Serving Military Members in Northern Virginia Facing Adverse Actions
Military members can be subject to investigations and disciplinary actions that can impact pay and benefits, their careers and, ultimately, their liberty. These various processes provide different levels of protections for service members, depending on the potential consequences.
Fred Arquilla was a career Army judge advocate officer and had 26 years of military legal experience before entering the private practice of law. Much of his service involved advising commanders considering adverse actions against military officers and enlisted members. He knows the laws and regulations upon which such actions are based and understand the procedures involved. He also knows your rights and how to protect your rights and interests in all such proceedings.
We advise and represent active duty and Reserve military officers and enlisted members facing adverse actions, including, but not limited to the following:
- Court-martial proceedings and Article 32, U.C.M.J. Investigations
- Proposed administrative elimination actions from military service, and, as to Reserve officers and enlisted members, proposed involuntary releases from active duty
- Responses to proposed adverse officer and enlisted performance evaluations
- Responses to proposed letters of reprimand and other adverse actions
- Representation during Inspector General Investigations
- Suspension and revocation of professional accreditation
- For military officers, proceedings before grade determination boards
- Applications to correct military records
- Proposed denials of initial applications for security clearances, and proposed suspensions or revocations of current security clearances
Contact Our Military Law Attorneys
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced divorce attorneys, complete and submit our online form or call 703-719-9292 for a free initial interview of up to 30 minutes. Our law offices are conveniently located at the intersection of Franconia Road and Beulah Street in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County, with ample free parking.