• Military Medical Malpractice Attorney

    Personal Injury or Death Caused by Military Medical Malpractice

    Under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), retired service members and military dependents who have been injured by medical malpractice or negligence…

  • Fraud and Larceny

    Financial Crimes

    One area that has seen a significant increase in lately is the area of financial crimes. Many of these involve mobilized reservists who are unaware of what benefits they are entitled to and who…

  • Article 31, UCMJ

    Under Article 31 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ,) if a person on active duty with the U.S. military is suspected of committing a criminal offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, they have the following r…

  • Military Search and Seizure

    There are two types of searches in the military, those based on probable cause, and what are called “inspections.” This article will concentrate on what are called probable cause searches. If investigators believe they have pr…

  • Article 32 Investigations

    Article 32 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice provides that before charges may be referred to a General Court-Martial, the charges must be “investigated” at an Article 32 investigation. This is not an investigation as you…


When the US military is against you, you’re in deep trouble. Don’t wait until it is too late to call Bill Cassara, an experienced court-martial attorney and former military lawyer. In many court-martial cases, investigations and Article 15s, he is able to stop the process before it even gets started. Before you make any statements, make sure you speak to an experienced military attorney or call Mr. Cassara at 1-888-288-3347 for a free consultation.

For more than 20 years, Mr. Cassara has represented service members of all military branches in courts-martial, appeals of court-martial convictions, military discharge upgrades, administrative separations, security clearance matters, records correction, medical and physical evaluation boards and all other areas of military law. Mr. Cassara served six years on active duty in the Army JAG Corps and 16 years in the Army JAG Corps reserves. He served as a prosecutor, defense counsel and as appellate defense counsel. While his background is with the Army, he has appeared in Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard courts. He is intimately familiar with all the service branches, and the subtle differences from one branch to another. While all courts-martial are governed by the Uniformed Code of Military Justice, there are differences between how each branch operates at court-martial. Mr. Cassara knows those differences. In addition, he has appeared before the Army Court of Criminal Appeals, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals and the Coast Guard Court of Criminal Appeals. In other words, he has represented members of all services on appeal of court-martial convictions.

He has represented service members all over the world including, but not limited to:

  • Germany
  • Fort Gordon, Fort Benning, Fort Bragg, Fort Jackson, Fort Sill, Fort Bliss, Fort Campbell and many others.
  • Jacksonville and Mayport Navy Stations, Charleston Navy base, Washington Navy Yard and many others
  • Shaw AFB, Barksdale AFB, Patrick AFB, Luke AFB and many others
  • Coast Guard Districts of Miami, San Diego, DC and many others

Don’t wait until it is too late. Call the experienced court-martial lawyer, Bill Cassara, at 1-888-288-3347 for a free consultation.

For more information read Why You Need a Civilian Military Attorney


If you are suspected of committing a crime in the military, or if you find out you are under investigation, the following information may be the key to your freedom.

1. Do not think you can simply “explain what happened” or “talk you way out of it.”  The military employs investigators who are experienced in making people talk, and even making innocent people confess to crimes they did not commit.  It is rare thing when talking to the authorities is a good idea.  Do not speak to your command or to military investigators until you speak to an experienced military law attorney.

2.  Say the following “I don’t want to say anything.  I want a lawyer.”  Then call Mr. Cassara for a free consultation.

3.  Do not speak to family or friends about your case until you have spoken to a lawyer.

If you have already made a statement to your command or to investigators, don’t give up.  Bill Cassara has obtained acquittals in cases where his client confessed to the crime.  But don’t speak to them again, and don’t try to “clear things up” without speaking to Mr. Cassara first.

Mr. Cassara is a former Army prosecutor and defense counsel and has over 20 years of civilian military law experience.  He is an experienced and aggressive military attorney representing members of all military services. Call Mr. Cassara at 888-288-3347 to discuss your case. You will not speak to a legal assistant or paralegal.  If he is not in, he will return your call and you will speak directly with Mr. Cassara.

Your Rights! – Don’t Waive Them!

Every police drama or lawyer show on TV has something about “Miranda” or “I want my rights!” We hear about rights so often you would imagine people know what they are and that the police would know to “give the rights.” Well, TV and movies aren’t reality. It never ceases to amaze me how many suspects who had been through “the system” multiple times continue to waive their rights. Click here to Learn more about your rights.

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