Serving those who serve and their dependents.
As a former Navy JAG attorney and as a civilian attorney, Larry Burch has 25 years of experience working for military and uniformed service members. Mr. Burch and his team work for service members from the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard as well as the Public Health Service and NOAA as well as Reservists in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Military and uniform service members may face a wide array of legal challenges from court-martials and administrative boards to Physical Evaluation Boards and non-judicial punishment proceedings. When service members and veterans need help petitioning the Board for Correction of Military Records or the Discharge Review Board, they look to the Burch Law Firm in Maryland and D.C. Each of these legal matters could have a profound impact on a service member’s career and future employment and requires experience and independence.
If you have become the target of a command investigation or disciplinary proceeding, an accused service member can feel abandoned and alone despite having given many years of honorable service. It’s important for a service member to protect his or her career by getting an attorney involved early in any legal process. We help protect service members when things are at their worst and it seems like their command has turned against them. Attorney Larry Burch’s experience and knowledge of military law and the military legal system is a powerful weapon on the side of military service members facing charges or under investigation.
Having served in the military (as a JAG Corps officer), Mr. Burch effectively represents his clients with the knowledge that comes from having been part of the military justice system. He also understands the pressure a service member experiences when facing an investigation or military discipline and helps you navigate the military justice or administrative system.
Military and uniformed service members face greater scrutiny than most people in the workforce. Seemingly minor infractions can become the basis for an investigation or even charges. If you are a military or uniformed services member, it is crucial to work with an attorney who has specific military law experience. If you are facing any of the following, you should talk to an experienced attorney:
Boards Of Inquiry (for Officers)
Administrative Discharge Boards (for Enlisted)
Academic Boards (for USNA and USUHS)
Boards for Correction of Military Records
Non-Judicial Punishment and
All Command Investigations
Even if you decide not to hire an attorney, you should at least consult with an experienced military lawyer. Call Larry Burch at the Burch Law Firm at (301) 474-4468 to discuss your case, or simply fill out the form below. We have two locations at the Bethesda Metro near Bethesda Medical Center and in Greenbelt between Joint Base Andrews and Fort Meade.
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