The Law Office of Moore and Sripinyo is dedicated to serving military servicemembers who are under investigation or facing adverse administrative or criminal action. Unlike civilian jurisdictions, the Uniform Code of Military Justice (U.C.M.J.) allows an accused to retain civilian defense counsel from across the United States to represent the servicemember’s rights at a court-martial. This means that firm is ready and able to represent U.S. servicemembers at Special and General Courts-Martial around the world.
Mr. Moore served as a United States Marine Corps Judge Advocate for seven years and he continues to serve as a Marine Corps reservist. He deployed to Afghanistan in a joint environment with the Army’s 82d Airborne Division and later the Army’s 101st Airborne Division. He also served alongside the Navy at the Washington Navy Yard.
Mr. Sripinyo has a long history of military service. He was an Air Support Control Officer attached to the 1st Marine Division command center during its lightning march to Baghdad then served for nine more years as a Judge Advocate. He retired from the Marine Corps in September of 2015.
Because of their deployments, Mr. Moore and Mr. Sripinyo understand the challenges that our nation’s servicemembers face every day and in all corners of the world. They know what it is like to be half a world away from your family and they also realize that sometimes our servicemembers require legal protection–based on their dedication and commitment to our nation, they believe our servicemen and women deserve the very best.
Additionally, Mr. Moore and Mr. Sripinyo understand that servicemembers would not be successful without their families and our nation’s veterans who paved the way for today’s military. They deserve our utmost thanks, and the firm is committed to serving their legal needs across Virginia and Washington, D.C.
If you are an active duty servicemember in any branch of the military, a family member, or a veteran you need an attorney who understands your legal rights and the military. Contact the office today.
- Administrative Separation Board
- Article 32 Investigation
- Board of Inquiry
- Court-Martial Defense (Special or General Courts-Martial)
- Family Law
- Family member and veteran counsel
- Servicemembers Civil Relief Act