Speaking To Investigators Or My Command?
Not Without Speaking To An Experienced Attorney First.
It’s a no-brainer. If you do it, you’ll hurt yourself–guaranteed.
AND WHY RISK IT? There are experienced military lawyers that you can call right now and get free help.
Please. Don has seen too many service members who thought they “had nothing to hide” or thought they could outsmart the trained federal investigators and are in prison or have been separated as a result.
After speaking to an experienced military attorney, it may help you to speak to investigators, but you should make that decision ONLY after consulting with a military criminal defense attorney.
Until then, DON’T RISK IT. Remain silent, protect yourself, and call us at King Military Law for a free consultation.
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