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Wednesday, August 03, 2016

New Georgia Military Defense Law Office - Military Defense Law Offices of Richard V. Stevens, PC

WARNER ROBINS, GEORGIA -- Civilian court-martial defense lawyer and military law attorney Richard V. Stevens is now opening a military defense law office in Georgia (the Warner Robins/Macon area), which can locally and regionally service:


- Moody AFB
- Robins AFB
- Dobbins AFB
- Fort Stewart
- Fort Benning
- Fort Gordon
- Fort McPherson
- Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base

In addition, we can regionally service and easily travel to:


- Eglin AFB
- Hurlburt Field AFB
- Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach, Destin, Panama City, Florida areas
- Tyndall AFB - Panama City, Florida area
- Patrick AFB - Cocoa Beach, Florida area
- MacDill AFB - Tampa, Florida area
- Pensacola Naval Air Station
- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
- Key West Naval Air Station


- Redstone Arsenal
- Fort Rucker
- Anniston Army Depot
- Maxwell AFB
- Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex
- Montgomery, Alabama area
- USCG Aviation Training Center, Mobile


- Columbus AFB
- Meridian Naval Air Station
- Keesler AFB
- Pascagoula Naval Station

Mr. Stevens is a former active duty JAG lawyer [prosecution (1995-1997), base defense attorney (1997-1999), and regional military defense lawyer (1999-2001)], a former state and federal trial attorney, a civilian criminal defense lawyer and he is a military law specialist who has handled military cases and military law issues for the past 20+ years. 

His military law practice, The Military Defense Law Offices of Richard V. Stevens, PC, is exclusively devoted to representing and defending military members facing military adverse actions, including court-martial trials [general court-martial, special court-martial, and summary court-martial], court-martial clemency (RCM 1105), court-martial appeal, Article 32 hearings, and all types of military disciplinary actions and investigations. This includes UCMJ actions, administrative board hearings, administrative discharge/separation ("ADSEP"), show cause hearings, nonjudicial punishment (NJP, Article 15, Captain's Mast), MEB/PEB cases, FEB hearings, BCMR appeals, performance report appeals, investigations by CID, OSI, NCIS, CGIS, IG, AR 15-6, CDI and command.

Attorney Michael Coco is associated with Mr. Stevens’ law office in an “of counsel” capacity.  He is a retired military trial judge, and previously served as a military prosecutor and as a base level and regional military defense lawyer as well.  Mr. Coco’s military law office is in Florida.  The attorneys’ respective biographies can be found at:

Regardless of the location of his office, Mr. Stevens travels to the locations of his military clients, around the world, to defend them in military trials and before military board hearings.  For example, he currently has military clients serving in Korea, Colorado, Washington DC, Arkansas, South Carolina, Illinois, Texas, Florida, and Georgia.  This is exclusively a military criminal/disciplinary law practice, Mr. Stevens does not represent military members in civilian courts, or in family law matters, nor does he represent any clients who are not military members or former military members dealing with adverse military actions.  

Whether serving in Georgia or elsewhere around the globe, we provide military defense legal services.  Initial case consultations are free. Please contact us at:

Toll Free Phone: 800-988-0602
Direct Phone: 703-798-3064
Direct E-mail:

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