NATIONAL SECURITY CASE LAWYER
What Constitutes A National Security Case?
Although uncommon, sometimes courts-martial cases can be considered National Security cases. A National Security case is a military court-martial which involves classified materials, certain sources of information, or means and methods of collecting intelligence. Such cases may include allegations such as espionage, treason, disclosure of classified material, threats or other offenses. Sometimes a case may not appear to invoke National Security status but evidence introduced against or in support of an accused may have National Security applications. Either way, certain unique procedures and strategies are involved. Classified evidence must be dealt with in specific ways. Use of classified evidence is often a struggle in the courtroom. You do not want a lawyer who has to figure this out as he goes along. You need someone experienced with National Security cases and use of classified evidence in the courtroom. You need an attorney who can tell the story of your case and use the National Security rules as part of your strategy in fighting the case.
Experienced Military Criminal Defense Attorney
Colby Vokey has handled numerous National Security cases. He was previously granted a TS/SCI clearance (Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information). He has represented a detainee in Guantanamo Bay charged with spying and terrorism offenses. He has represented officers charged with breaches of security and improper disclosure of classified information. He handled a case where the accused himself was a source of highly sensitive intelligence. He has represented a soldier accused of espionage. No matter the nature of the National Security Case, contact military criminal defense lawyer Colby Vokey. He will speak with you confidentially and provide his honest opinion about your case. There are few lawyers in the country with meaningful experience with these type of cases. Colby Vokey knows these cases and knows how to win.