Law Office of Richard Williams | Richard Williams
Anytime false information is provided to the government, whether under the UCMJ or under the Federal Criminal Code, it is likely a felony offense.The government could do anything from taking no action to charging you under the UCMJ or indicting you in federal court and going forward with a prosecution. It really depends on the nature of the false information provided. There are so many things that go into determining appropriate punishment for such an offense that it is impossible for me to detail exactly what could happen to you.
Answer Applies to: Alabama
Edward D. Dowling IV Attorney at Law | Edward D. Dowling IV
That would depend on more information such as what information was falsified and was any benefit obtained from the falsification etc. you should hire an attorney. ise your answer will not be valid.
Answer Applies to: New York
Nelson & Lawless | Terry Nelson
Uncommon question. That would take some research for specifics, but in general it is going to some variant of criminal fraud and perjury. If you are claiming false info by the military that damages you after discharge, then we can talk about how you intend to prove that. If you are charged with filing false info TO the military, they will be happy to tell you the charges and consequences. In that is the case, feel free to contact me for the legal defense youll need.
Answer Applies to: California
Frances R. Johnson | Frances R. Johnson
I'm sorry, but I am not versed on the Uniform Code of Military Justice, so I don't know. If you google "attorney military code" and include your city, you should be able to find an attorney in your area who you can call and ask this question of.
Answer Applies to: Colorado