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PROUDLY SERVING THOSE WHO SERVE OUR COUNTY
If you are a service member who is facing an adverse administrative proceeding such as a separation board or reduction board, or if you are facing non-judicial punishment or court martial you have a right to consult with a Tacoma criminal defense attorney. Accordingly, your command should provide you with the chance to speak with a military defense counsel at the earliest opportunity.
These officers are members of the Defense branch of their respective services Judge Advocate General’s department. They are dedicated, hard-working lawyers who usually have only one duty assignment, representing service members in adverse proceedings and courts martial.
You can be assured that what you tell them will be confidential and they should be considered your first line of defense in a variety of matters, including:
- Civilian Counsel
- Military Suspect Rights
- Military Justice
- Court Martial
- Summary Court Martial
- Special Court Martial
- General Court Martial
- Non-Judicial Punishment
- Administrative Actions
EXPERIENCED MILITARY ADVOCACY
Steve Krupa, a skilled Tacoma criminal defense lawyer and one of the founders of The Law Offices of Krupa & Clark, is a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserve, Judge Advocate General’s Corp. He has served as a Defense Counsel, Senior Defense Counsel, and Regional Defense Counsel.
Tacoma Criminal Defense AttorneysRESPECTED IN STATE, MUNICIPAL, FEDERAL & MILITARY COURTS.
The team at Krupa & Clark are excited to announce some new changes in our practice. Steven Krupa will be leaving the firm to explore new opportunities effective June 30, 2020. As of June 1, 2020, the name of the firm will be changed to the Law Offices of Michael Clark. The firm will continue to focus on helping people who have been injured through the negligence of others, as well as other matters. The team, and especially Michael Clark, want to thank Steven for his years of dedicated service to his clients and the greater bar association, as well as for his friendship. We are proud of our association with Steve and look forward to seeing what the next chapter has in store for him.
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