The New Special Trial Counsel and the Impact on the Decision to Go to Court-Martial


In this webinar, Tully Rinckey’s Managing Partner, Sean Timmons, from our Houston, TX, office, will provide an overview of the Office of the Special Trial Counsel.

Topics include:

  • NDAA changes being implemented in 2024
  • The role of the Office of the Special Trial Counsel
  • Which UCMJ offenses fall under the authority of the special trial counsel
  • Impact on charging decisions
  • Foreseeable increase in administrative separations and the differences between Administrative Separation Board and Trial on the merits
  • Potential unintended consequences of the changes

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Sean’s years of experience as an active-duty US Army Captain in the selective and prestigious US Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps are a valuable asset to Tully Rinckey PLLC’s military law practice group. Having served his country honorably at the largest military installation in the world in Fort Hood, Texas as a Judge Advocate from 2009 until 2013, Sean is an aggressive and tenacious advocate for all service members facing legal issues. He is able to pull from his significant and diverse experience as an active-duty attorney in the Army JAG Corps, and as a civilian military law attorney, and forcefully and efficiently represents service members in both administrative and criminal proceedings across the United States and around the world.