You cannot be charged by the military. However the United States Attorney can charge civilians and military defendants in the federal magistrate court. They can charge you for DUI or other moving violations.
Your questions are good. I would advise doing some community service right away; taking a DUI course right away; and going to an AA meeting. Doing these things will make negotiations easier, in the event that the case is not beatable based upon any possible missteps by the p
You need to hire an attorney familiar with these matters. I'm always happy to help.
Locals won't have jurisdiction on Federal property. Not sure if this is is Naval base or nearby Ft Stewart, so best to contact experienced, local DUI experts shown on this site.
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The locals can't charge you, but charges can be brought against you for DUI through other channels. As far as a dismissal, or the charges being reduced, that is going to depend on what your breath test was, what the blood test results are, if you performed field sobriety tests, whether or not you were read an implied consent notice, etc. You should meet with a local DUI attorney who practices DUI law.
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