Defending Military Personnel Against DUI Charges

Obtaining a title in the military comes with increased professional and social responsibility. If you are a member of the military and you have been charged with a DUI, the consequences you face are much more significant than those of a civilian.

If you are a military member stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base, Kitsap Naval Base or an out-of-state military installation and are arrested for DUI, you need immediate help from an experienced attorney.

Dedicated Military DUI Defense Lawyer

Judge John E. Turner (Ret.) has over 30 years of experience working with a vast array of individuals who have been charged with countless crimes, including defense for military members. He understands what judges are looking for when working through these complex cases. Judge Turner has a strong reputation among his legal colleagues, law enforcement and other important members within Washington. He is committed to advocating for his clients in an effort to help them obtain the best results possible.

Consequences For A Military DUI

While you are in civilian courts rather than a court martial for an arrest off base, you are still facing the typical civilian DUI consequences (jail time, loss of driver's license and monetary fines). You may also be facing consequences from the military and your commanding officer as well, who may have discretion in handing down punishments.

In addition to putting your job and security clearances in jeopardy after a DUI, you risk a variety of other losses that could have a serious impact on your livelihood, reputation and relationship with your family. An experienced attorney can help you navigate these complexities while protecting your rights.

Contact Olympia Attorney And Judge John E. Turner (Ret.) For A Free Initial Consultation

To meet with an experienced Olympia defense attorney for military DUI and domestic violence, schedule a free initial phone consultation by calling 360-464-1650 or email Judge Turner.