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Defending Military Members

Military members can face serious repercussions after being charged with a crime outside of base in Valdosta or South Georgia. You need an experienced attorney protecting your rights after being charged with a criminal offense. At Dodd & Burnham, Trial Lawyers, we provide aggressive representation for military members facing charges downtown.

Criminal Offenses Need Experienced Legal Counsel

We work hard to protect your rights and to preserve your stripes. Our attorneys have experience dealing with First Shirts. We understand the additional challenges military members face after being charged with a crime downtown. We will guide you through the process so you understand all of your options and you know what to expect.

As skilled trial lawyers, we know what steps to take when defending military members in Georgia. We have successfully represented individuals facing all types of criminal charges, including:

  • DUIs
  • Drug offenses
  • Aggravated assault
  • Assault and battery
  • Sexual offenses
  • Theft
  • Vehicular homicide

Navigating The Criminal Justice System

Personal representation is important, especially when you are charged with an offense off base. We will help you navigate the criminal justice system and guide you through your case. Through diligent preparation and understanding of your specific issues, we continue to obtain successful outcomes for our clients.

Do not wait to contact us if you have been arrested or charged with a crime. Call us at 229-242-4470 or contact us online. We offer free consultations to military members facing charges downtown and throughout South Georgia.