Former Army JAG with significant experience in courts-martials, administrative... more
Former Army JAG with significant experience in courts-martials, administrative separation boards, officer elimination boards, Article 15s, GOMORs, FLIPLs, OER & NCOER appeals, and Article 138 complaints.
I joined DunlapWeavers litigation practice group in 2009. Immediately prior to... more
I joined DunlapWeavers litigation practice group in 2009. Immediately prior to joining DunlapWeaver I was in private litigation practice in Washington, DC. I have litigated a variety of complex matters in the state and federal courts of Virginia, Washington, DC and West Virginia including commercial disputes, employment disputes, trade secrets cases, construction cases, medical malpractice case... view profile
Attorney Eric Leckie is an experienced trial lawyer in both state and federal... more
Attorney Eric Leckie is an experienced trial lawyer in both state and federal criminal law. As an active duty Marine Officer, he spent nearly 12 years as a Judge Advocate. During that time, Eric Leckie served as a prosecutor, operational law advisor, and staff judge advocate for numerous commands in both the United States and overseas during combat operations in Afghanistan. Following his tim... view profile
Military law attorneys have experience with The Uniform Code of Military Justice, which is the law that applies to members of the armed forces. These lawyers are often called “JAGs” or Judge Advocate Generals. Military law attorneys prosecute or defend troops court-martialed in cases of discipline or disobedience of a lawful command. For example, if you are an army private and refuse an order, a military trial would be held, with one military law attorney representing the Army (and aiming to prove the disobedience charge), and another military law attorney defending you.