Servicemembers stationed in overseas duty stations, such as Japan, South Korea, or Germany, face many challenges that can make work and family life difficult. After being stationed in Okinawa for three years and being deployed off-island to bases all over the world, Colby Vokey understands the hardships faced by our non-CONUS military. Although we strive to live our lives by certain core values, servicemembers can often find themselves facing courts-martial, administrative separations, boards of inquiries, or non-judicial punishment.
Currently, accusations of sexual assault and sexual harassment are some of the biggest legal threats facing those in uniform in overseas duty stations. When these or other serious charges are pending, it is difficult to get competent, experienced legal counsel to fight for you when stationed overseas. You need a military lawyer who won’t hesitate to take on the command structure. You need someone who is not worried about what superiors will think or what their next assignment is. If you are facing charges which threaten your livelihood and your freedom, please call Colby Vokey for a free consultation. He will provide his honest opinion about your case, and if he can’t help you, then he will point you in the right direction.