Fort Knox Military Drug Charge Attorney

GSA3When you are in the military and test positive on a urinalysis, hair test, or blood test for drugs that are illegal in the United States and at Fort Knox, you are facing a serious problem. Whether you tested positive for steroids, cocaine, ecstasy, HGH, morphine, or another type of controlled substance, you could face court-martial proceedings. If you have been caught drinking while underage, or have been charged with DUI, you could also be facing a court-martial conviction.

Whether you are faced with non-judicial punishment, a court marital, or an administrative proceeding, you are in danger of losing your career, and, at the very least, tainting your service record and reputation. If you’re court-martialed, you also face jail time, a discharge from the service, and a record of federal conviction.

Before you say anything or accept punishment, in judicial or non-judicial form, it would be in your best interest to contact an attorney with experience fighting military drug charges for soldiers stationed at Fort Knox. At Gagne, Scherer & Associates, LLC, we want to reassure you that your positive lab results do not necessarily mean your military career is over.

Due to our lengthy experience in defending members of the military who face drug charges, we know that occasionally these charges are based on false-positive urinalysis test results. Labs errors are common, and problems with the collection, shipping, and storage processes have led to many acquittals. Some drug charges are also based on undependable accounts given by witnesses.

At Gagne, Scherer & Associates, LLC, it’s our job to uncover these possible mistakes and ultimately challenge the results of your tox report conducted at Fort Knox. We trust our instincts and skill to know when witnesses are falsely testifying against you. With our experience and methods, we do our utmost to ensure that our clients walk away with an acquittal or a reduced sentence so that their career, freedom, and ultimately their name are still in good shape.

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