The military has broad discretion in how it charges drunken or reckless driving under UCMJ Section 911 Article 111, and any appearance of intoxication combined with alcohol in your system may be enough to trigger administrative action and even Article 15 proceedings.
In recent years, most branches of the military have taken steps to try to curb heavy drinking in the ranks, and depending on your chain of command and record of conduct, you may find yourself subjected to few or many consequences.
If you’ve been arrested for DUI on military property in New Jersey, you’re well advised to seek capable counsel with experience in military DUI law and procedure.
Matthew Reisig has helped members of all branches avoid the worst outcomes in a DUI case, both on and off military property. Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation.