As a former military prosecutor while serving in the Marine Corps, Scott gained extensive experience investigating and prosecuting military crimes and other misconduct committed by servicemembers. Now in private practice, Scott defends and advises servicemembers accused of criminal conduct at special and general courts martial or accused of misconduct at administrative proceedings such as Administrative Separation Boards, Boards of Inquiry, and Article 15/Non-judicial punishments. Scott is also authorized to appear in military courts and at military disciplinary hearings to defend servicemembers accused of crimes and misconduct.
Military criminal cases can involve unique legal issues, language and offenses. Scott is intimately familiar with this world and brings his additional trial and defense experience to each client’s representation. If you or someone you care about is accused of a military crime or misconduct, contact Scott to understand what your rights are and how best to protect them.