UCMJ and Discharge Board Defense Attorney

Mr. Rosenblat is an experienced military lawyer who has represented soldiers from Alaska to Saudi Arabia. He has represented sailors at Court-Martials at Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago, Illinois, and National Guardsmen at administrative separation boards in Springfield, Illinois.

Mr. Rosenblat’s military career began after he graduated from law school. Instead of receiving a direct commission as an officer, Mr. Rosenblat chose to go to basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, and then to Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning Georgia. Upon graduating from OCS, Mr. Rosenblat was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Infantry. Mr. Rosenblat then successfully completed Infantry Officer Basic Course and Airborne School. Mr. Rosenblat was then assigned to the 7th Infantry Division (Light) at Fort Ord California. After serving in the Infantry, Mr. Rosenblat branch transferred to the Judge Advocate General’s Corp and began his legal career.

While in the JAGC Mr. Rosenblat served as a prosecutor with 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis Washington, and with the 593rd Area Support Group, Dragon Base, Saudi Arabia. Upon being redeployed with his unit back to Fort Lewis, Mr. Rosenblat was assigned to Trial Defense Services, TDS. While with Trial Defense Services, Mr. Rosenblat represented soldiers accused of bank robbery, murder, and rape. Since the military has jurisdiction over its service personnel anywhere in the world, these soldiers were tried by court-martial for offenses which occurred off the military installation.

Mr. Rosenblat currently represents individuals facing courts-martial, administrative discharge boards, and related adverse actions.

The Uniform Code of Military Justice contains the laws related to criminal prosecution of military personnel. The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is the bedrock of military law. The UCMJ is a federal law, enacted by Congress. UCMJ Articles 77 through 134 contain the offenses for which a military member can be court-martialed.

Administrative discharges are used to remove a service member from the military before the expiration of the service member’s term of service. Administrative discharges can result in an honorable discharge, a general discharge under honorable conditions, or an other than honorable discharge. Punitive discharges, such as bad conduct discharges or dishonorable discharges are reserved for court-martials.

If you have had charged preferred against you, have been notified that charges will be brought, have been requested to speak with an investigator, have been read your rights while being questioned, contact Mr. Rosenblat today to obtain the representation you deserve. If you have been notified of an adverse discharge hearing for misconduct, contact Mr. Rosenblat to discuss representation at your administrative discharge board. Mr. Rosenblat can be reached at 847-480-2390, or by utilizing the Contact Us form on this page.

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"Our experience with Michael Rosenblat has been excellent. His expertise and professionalism have been beyond any expectations… He always kept us informed of what was or was not going on. He never gave up and pursued the issue until it was resolved. Michael is not only an excellent lawyer, but a kind and good man. We would recommend Michael Rosenblat to anyone."
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"Mike kept me calm and in knowledge of everything that was happening. I think we went to court at least 6 or 7 times. I was facing 180 days for driving on a revoked license... but Mike fought for me... Needless to say it was a success and I walked out a completely free man. I believe it's Mike's drive to succeed and win every case he takes on. I would highly recommend him to anyone." - Ken
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"When I needed legal assistance, I was able to turn to Michael Rosenblat. I found him to be very professional, detailed and extremely knowledgeable and he was able to deliver a positive result in my case." - MG
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