In today’s military, serious allegations can lead to serious consequences: loss of liberty, career, reputation, and retirement benefits. That is why all soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines need to have an attorney experienced in military law from the start in courts-martial matters.

The military law attorney at Callison Tighe meet that requirement and then some. Ian Duggan has  served as a JAG officer, representing service members in courts-martial, non-judicial punishment, administrative separations, and other actions that affect livelihoods and military careers. He knows what it is to serve, and he is dedicated to protecting the rights of those who wear the uniform.

All service members are entitled to representation by uniformed military attorneys. In many situations, though, they prefer to turn to civilian lawyers who can give them the personal time and attention they deserve. Whether the possible consequences are loss of pay or a life sentence, an experienced and aggressive defense lawyer can make the difference.

Ian Duggan represents clients in a full range of cases, including:

  • Drug charges
  • UCMJ Article 134 offenses, including fraternization, adultery and improper sexual conduct
  • UCMJ Article 15 non-judicial violations
  • Adverse administration actions, including medical credentialing and flying evaluation boards

Located in Columbia, S.C., home of For Jackson, Callison Tighe also is close to Shaw Air Force Base, Marine Corps Depot Parris Island, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston, and Joint Base Charleston.

The firm can deploy quickly to installations in North Carolina, including Fort Bragg and Pope Field, Camp Lejeune, Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Likewise, the firm can arrive within hours at installations in Georgia such as Fort Benning, Fort Gordon, Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, Robins Air Force Base, and Moody Air Force Base.

If your military career is on the line, call Callison Tighe immediately to see how military law attorney Ian Duggan can help.