Virginia Beach Military Law Attorney
Aggressive Representation from a USMC JAG Officer
Attorney Eric Leckie’s military experience includes multiple deployments to combat zones in Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Pakistan. He knows what it means to defend the constitution. He swore his life to defend it, and never forgot this oath.
Every time Attorney Leckie steps into the courtroom, he reminds himself of the solemn obligation to defend the constitution and his clients’ rights. He understands that responsibility better than the rest of the legal community and believes it sets Invictus Law apart.
If you are a service member who is facing a legal issue, contact our Virginia Beach military lawyer to learn more about how we can help. We proudly serve Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, including the surrounding Hampton Roads area.
Representing Service Members in State, Federal or Military Court
At Invictus Law, we defend service men and women from all branches of the military in a variety of complex legal issues. From defending the wrongly accused in state courts to violations of federal laws, including equal opportunity violations, we work hard at finding solutions for complicated cases.
Our firm is not afraid to engage multiple agencies, congressmen and women, and the media, when necessary. We are dedicated to substantiating our clients’ complaints in order to seek an appropriate remedy and make sure justice is served.
Our Virginia Beach attorneys can represent services members against the following charges under the Uniform Military Code of Justice:
- General Court Martial
- Special Court Martial
- Article 32 Hearings
- Administrative Separation Hearings
- NJP Counseling
Security Clearance Hearings
When your career and livelihood is threatened as a result of a security clearance investigation or hearing turn to Invictus Law for our experience in security clearance litigation and matters before the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA).
Let Invictus Law's experience work for you. Call us at (757) 337-2500 to schedule your complimentary initial case evaluation.