Worldwide Military Defense
Mr. Korody has the experience, training, and skills to ensure your rights as a member of the military and as a citizen of the United States are protected. He spent close to a decade on active duty defending and prosecuting members of the military and advising commanders on how to dispose of misconduct. Mr. Korody is one of the elite few who have been certified by the Judge Advocate General as a Specialist in Military Justice Litigation. He also is one of the few lawyers in the country who is qualified to handle capital (death penalty) cases. He has handled hundreds of:
- General Courts-Martial
- Special Courts-Martial
- Article 32 Preliminary Hearings
- Non-Judicial Punishment (Article 15) hearings and appeals
- Administrative separation hearings and appeals
- Boards of Inquiry
- Security clearance hearings and appeals
Jacksonville State and Federal Criminal Defense
Mr. Korody has represented clients in State and Federal Court in and around Jacksonville, Florida since 2015. He has represented clients facing all charges including DUI, petit theft, racing, armed robbery, burglary, rape, sexual assault, bank fraud, wire fraud, drug distribution, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and first degree capital murder. From traffic tickets to drug charges and the most violent crimes, Mr. Korody zealously fights for his clients.
Korody Law is Your Best Defense.
Korody Law’s primary office is in downtown Jacksonville, FL, close to the Duval County Courthouse and the Federal Courthouse. His office is minutes from Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Naval Station Mayport, Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, and Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island.
Mr. Korody utilizes the best technology to communicate with military clients around the globe and has represented clients from Iraq to Hawaii and all bases in the continental United States.
If you are in the military facing state or federal criminal charges, then you need to hire a civilian attorney to handle those charges. Your civilian attorney must be able to intelligently discuss the impact any disposition in civilian court, such as pretrial diversion, will have on your military career.
If you are in the military and facing UCMJ charges at court-martial or Article 15 non-judicial punishment, you may be entitled to a “free” JAG. There are limits on the services that the JAG defense offices can provide – namely, they won’t agree to the full scope of representation until you are formally charged or facing a serious administrative action. Military defense counsel are also normally O-3 officers that do not have substantial experience.
I always recommend that any military member under investigation or facing court-martial or any other adverse action at least consult with a civilian military defense counsel. Korody Law offers a free consultation.
In short, we handle military cases worldwide and state and federal criminal cases in and around Jacksonville, Florida. Our entire practice is focused on protecting our clients from the government.
We specialize in the representation of military members in all branches who are facing UCMJ charges, administrative separation/discharge proceedings, and other adverse administrative actions. This includes adverse privileging actions for military medical providers and military members under investigation by Military Criminal Investigative Organizations (NCIS, OSI, CID, CGIS).
Our security clearance practice focuses assisting military members, contractors, and civil service employees who have received a notice of intent to deny or revoke from the agency adjudications office or a Statement of Reasons (SOR). We have extensive experience representing security clearance clients before the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA).
We represent clients facing serious criminal offenses such as drug trafficking, rape, and murder in state and federal courts in and around Jacksonville, Florida.
If you are asking yourself if you should speak to a lawyer then you probably should have contacted a lawyer an hour ago. The United States was built on the concept of individual rights – the right to remain silent; the right to refuse a search; the right to have a search of your home only based on probable cause; the right to have a lawyer present with you during any questioning by law enforcement.
If you are under investigation or have been charged with a crime, you need to speak to a lawyer. Korody Law offers a free consultation.
The first step to hiring Korody Law is contacting us for a free consultation. We leverage today’s smartest technology for our firm agreements and payment options. We can be hired within minutes and immediately intervene to protect your rights and prevent further harm to your career and reputation.