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Military Law

Whether you’ve been summoned to appear before a court-martial for alleged criminal offences, you wish to make a personal injury claim or you’re planning to get your financial affairs in order, our specialist solicitors can help.

If you are in the military, are a veteran, or if your loved ones serve in the armed forces, and you wish to seek legal advice, contact DPP’s military law solicitors today on 0333 200 5859.

DPP Law can handle matters relating to:

  • AGAI67
  • Courts martial
  • Summary hearings & trials
  • Civilian criminal matters
  • Military police interviews by the Special Investigation Branch or the Royal Military Police
  • Service administration and disciplinary issues
  • Divorce, separation, financial settlements & child arrangement orders involving members of the armed forces

Along with the above, we can provide legal advice on:

How our military law solicitors can help you

The military solicitors at DPP Law have more than 30 years’ worth of experience in successfully defending clients accused of offences in a variety of specialist areas. 

Our legal specialists regularly interact with the military police regarding our clients’ cases, including the Army General Administrative Instruction (AGAI67) legislation.

We are able to advise members of the armed forces on matters related to  personal injury, criminal law and plenty more besides.

Our practice is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Furthermore, we are listed within the Legal 500 and are proud to be known as one of the leading legal firms in the UK.

We know that navigating a legal case can be emotionally stressful and time-consuming. For this reason, our solicitors work closely and sensitively with every client, providing them with all the help and support that we can.

It is also understandable that many members of the armed forces are hesitant to make a claim against the Ministry of Defence. However, if you or a loved one are harmed as a result of malpractice on the part of MoD, you have a right to seek compensation.

Your career should never be negatively affected by any claim you have made.

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For a free consultation or to hear more about our full range of legal services, simply contact DPP Law and inform us of your situation. We will discuss all matters with you totally confidentially.

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