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While these actions are not necessarily for criminal allegations, many times a commander or supervisor will elect to punish a criminal violation under the UCMJ with this lower type of punishment. A commander of supervisor may also use these tools to document poor duty performance or failure to meet standards.  These proceedings may result in a variety of different collateral consequences if not addressed appropriately.  Attorney Mike Coco can assist a client to put together a presentation to mitigate the situation or to get the punishment lowered or thrown out altogether.

The notable cases and other experience noted on this website are representative samples of past cases. However, nothing in this website should be construed as a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the results of any particular future case. Each case is dependent on different facts, and therefore, no one can predict the outcome of any particular case.

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Law Office of Michael J. Coco, P.A. is owned by Attorney Michael J. Coco. He is a member in good standing of the State Bar of California and has been admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces