Mr. Cave knows what he is doing. I am in the USAF, was charged with an Article 132 offense (fraud), and was found not guilty in a special court martial this afternoon. He was the only lawyer outside of the local area I contacted because of his biography; he’s “seen it all.” From the beginning, he was straightforward and insightful. Our initial consultation was brief. I contacted a few other local UCMJ lawyers, but they wanted to charge me just for a consultation. Mr. Cave’s was free. I am stationed a few hours away from his office and he took the time to come and meet with me (after he was retained) a few weeks before the trial. In the interim, we were hashing out the finer points of my defense. His knowledge of military law was impressive to say the least. I would also like to speak a bit about his personality. Mr. Cave is personable (in my opinion; he was to me) to his clients, but his presence demands respect, especially from the prosecution and judge. My ADC was amazing, absolutely amazing, but I decided to hire Mr. Cave because I wanted to keep the prosecution on their toes and I’m glad I did. Watching him work in the courtroom was an amazing sight. Of course the judge was running the court, but Mr. Cave was commanding it when he was on the floor. Needless to say, he worked flawlessly with my ADC throughout the entire process, made very strong arguments in my defense, and successfully defended me. I would highly recommend Mr. Cave to anyone that is facing a court martial!