Experienced Representation For Camp Lejeune Military Members OR Civilians On Base Charged With On-Base Federal Offenses

Are you a service person stationed at Camp Lejeune who has been arrested for a federal drug crime or charged with a federal weapons violation? Are you a civilian contractor or base visitor who has been charged with an offense on base?

Federal felony offenses, misdemeanor charges, and arrests for drugs, larceny and impaired driving are serious business. The arrested service person needs equally serious legal representation behind him or her immediately.

At Woody White Law PLLC in Wilmington, North Carolina, our skilled criminal defense lawyers apply decades of experience, comprehensive criminal law knowledge and attentive personal service to the protection of your rights.

Financial problems, domestic strife and emotional issues felt by today's military members often translate to frustration, anger — and serious brushes with the law. Offenses can range from domestic violence and drug use to DWI, violent crimes, sex crimes and theft.

Woody White and former prosecutor James Blanton listen closely as you describe your arrest at Camp Lejeune. They can work as a team to investigate your account, bring the facts of your case to prosecutors for persuasive negotiation and provide a strong voice for you in the courtroom if necessary.

The Stronger Your Military Defense Attorney, The Stronger Your Case Against Serious Federal Charges

A major motivating factor for selection of the right lawyer for you is the range of harsh punishments that accompany a conviction.

If found guilty of a federal offense while on active duty, the military member faces possible penalties such as imprisonment, substantial fines, revocation of security clearance, passport revocation, the inability to return to active duty, a dishonorable discharge and loss of military benefits, among others.

Don't surrender to this bleak outcome without a fight. To speak with Mr. White or Mr. Blanton in a free, confidential initial consultation, call Woody White Law PLLC at 910-338-4900 or toll free at 866-677-8525. We welcome email inquiries and respond to them in a timely manner.

Woody White

Woody White

Woody White is an experienced civil Trial Attorney, and has earned a reputation as an aggressive advocate, taking – and winning – cases before juries in both State and Federal Court. Getting the verdict that you deserve requires experience and Woody White has a proven track record of success.

James Baxter Blanton

James Blanton

Attorney James Blanton is a former state prosecutor, having served as an Assistant District Attorney in the New Hanover County prosecutor's office. He also served as a federal prosecutor, serving as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of North Carolina.