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Civilian Counsel in Military Cases
Unfortunately, in today’s military the Defense branch is usually understaffed and overworked. At some installations many of the defense JAGs may even be first term O3s in their first duty assignment who, though hard working and intelligent, have had little or no trial or military experience. As a result some service members may seek to retain private counsel to assist them in these matters. When looking to retain private counsel in a military matter, it is important to ensure that you hire someone with military justice experience. Steve Krupa is admitted to practice in all service courts and has tried numerous cases as detailed military counsel and retained civilian counsel. He has tried cases in Army, Navy and Coast Guard courts. He retains a secret security clearance and has access to military installations. Mr. Krupa is available to take cases in all service branches throughout the United States or overseas. Please contact him at our office for a consultation.
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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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