Legal Question in Military Law in Georgia

Awol/deserter from Fort Benning

Hello Sir, I am gone from Fort Benning since June, 2007. I was put on 30 days convalescent leave as had hair line fracture in my foot developed on week ten of OSUT . The difficult thing was I had no family in America to go, so got authorisation from my command to go to England where I have dual citizenship. There were alot of variables in me not going back at the time but ultimately it was my choice. I seek legal representation to negotiate my return to fort benning and to try whatever it takes to get me back into training. I wish to continue my career in the army and will take whatever punishment handed down to me, but just dont want to be dishcharged.

Asked on 5/12/08, 7:03 pm

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Scot Sikes Law Offices of Scot Sikes
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Re: Awol/deserter from Fort Benning

I am best positioned to assist you, as I make my home and office outside of Fort Benning. I specialize in worldwide military criminal defense work, and I know the local commanders and prosecutors. Indeed, I served at Fort Benning during two separate tours. Call me for a no-strings-attached initial consult.

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Answered on 5/13/08, 1:58 pm
Neal Puckett The Law Firm of Puckett and Faraj, PC
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Re: Awol/deserter from Fort Benning

Please contact me for a free, confidential consultation by phone.

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Answered on 5/12/08, 8:21 pm

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