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Frank, Juengel & Radefeld, Attorneys at Law

Local: 314-282-8657
Toll Free: 800-748-2105

Defenders Of The Accused
Matthew Radefeld & Dan Juengel
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Experienced Defense In Military Trials

Members of the armed forces who face court-martial in military court will have an entirely different experience than someone who is tried in a traditional state or federal court. It is critical to enlist the assistance of criminal defense attorneys who have experience defending clients in military court.

At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld, Attorneys at Law, in St. Louis, we defend the rights and protect the futures of military members facing criminal charges, whether that is in military or civil courts.

Attorney Matthew A. Radefeld served in both the U.S. Marines Corps Reserves and the U.S. Army Reserves JAG Corps. He has a background in law enforcement, and has prosecuted cases in both state and military courts. Additionally, attorney Joseph Flees served in the U.S. Army JAG Corps as a military prosecutor. Both attorneys have served as civilian defense counsel in numerous courts-martials for all branches of the military.

Serious Consequences Demand An Experienced Defense

Service members who face criminal charges may risk demotion, reduced pay or even dishonorable discharge. You need to have assertive and knowledgeable military criminal defense lawyers in your corner.

We represent military members who face criminal charges or must appear before a disciplinary board for a variety of charges, including:

  • Sexual offenses
  • Drunk driving or drug offenses
  • Domestic violence
  • Theft
  • Property crimes
  • Weapons charges
  • Violent crimes
  • Conduct unbecoming a military service member
  • AWOL

Prompt Action Is Important

It is important to act promptly if you face military or criminal charges in Missouri or Illinois. Do not speak with investigators until you have legal representation. Call 314-282-8657 or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation. We will review the facts of your case and recommend an effective course of action.