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Women in the Military Should Understand the UCMJ

An increasing number of women are joining the military, from recent high school graduates to young mothers. The military gives women an opportunity to serve their country, get an education, develop skills, and accrue benefits while earning a salary. If something amiss arises, infractions and other violations are governed by the UCMJ. It is important for women to have a general understanding of the UCMJ and what it means to them.

What is the UCMJ?

The UCMJ stands for the Uniform Code of Military Justice. It is the foundation of military law in the United States, as established by the United States Congress. Courts-martial are conducted under the UCMJ. The laws and governing of them, as well as the processes, differ from civilian law. 

Common Instances When the UCMJ Matters

Many cases that arise in the military are governed by the UCMJ. This includes fraud, drug abuse, sexual misconduct, and other cases that could pertain to women in the military. It also applies to discharge status and more. A person's life and future can depend on the outcome of a UCMJ hearing. 

If a woman in the military is facing charges, or a dishonorable discharge, her freedom, and future could be on the line. A regular attorney is not well-versed in the UCMJ. It is important to immediately consult with a skilled UCMJ defender to get proper representation and ensure your rights are protected every step of the way. 

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