If you were arrested on the military post, then you were on federal property. Being on federal property, the case falls to federal court instead of the local state or municipal court. Thus, it is up to the military police to present the charges to the US attorney. They may or may not do this. Keep in touch with your lawyer as he should be checking for filing. Also, even though it is federal, the state may still be able to take action against your drivers license so it is important to address that issue also.
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