If Military Personnel Are Convicted Of DUI On Civilian Property In New Jersey, Will They Also Face A Court Martial?

No, a DUI conviction in New Jersey by military personnel that happened on civilian property will not result in a court martial for DUI, but your chain of command has the option of applying administrative sanction if you’re convicted, or even charges like disorderly conduct.

You may find that various privileges are revoked, or that you are ordered to attend substance abuse counseling or specialized training as a result.

While the military has tremendous leeway in how it handles disciplinary events for soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines, the best way to stay on the good side of your commanding officer is to avoid conviction entirely.

While every DUI case in New Jersey is unique, every case also has ample opportunity to question the evidence and fight back against the charges.

When you work with an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney, you stand the best chance of being able to move on without a black mark on your record.

Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers avoid conviction on DUI charges.

Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation about your DUI anywhere in New Jersey.

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