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Legal support for Servicemembers, Civilians, and Veterans

Areas of Practice


Military Law

Court-Martial Defense
You should contact a lawyer as soon as you are notified that you are under investigation. Call trial defense services or a civilian lawyer. Mr. Millios helps Servicemembers early in the process in order to investigate.  You want an attorney to help navigate the early stages of the military justice system. 

After the investigation, your command has to decide whether they will court-martial you or not.  A lawyer can help shape this decision. It is important to have an attorney investigate at the same time as CID, OSI, or NCIS. You want the commander to have the whole story. 

If you receive a charge sheet, trial preparation ramps up. The command will then decide what type of court-martial they intend for you.  An Article 32 preliminary hearing will be conducted if the command wants to pursue a general court-martial.  This is an important stage of the process for your lawyer to shape decisions as well as prepare for court-martial. 

A good lawyer will work hard to attempt to have charges dismissed or resolved without a trial. Preparation and communication is key. Communication with the trial counsel, SJA, and Command is important to accomplish favorable results that satisfy you. 

Some cases simply must be tried. Mr. Millios works diligently to ensure that all Servicemembers receive the best defense. Mr. Millios has tried cases in both courts-martial and civilian courts. You need a skilled and experienced military lawyer if your liberty and career are on the line. 

Military Appeals 
If convicted at trial, it is time to find an experienced military appellate lawyer. Mr. Millios has extensive experience fighting for Servicemembers after the trial. Mr. Millios reviews the record of trial and conducts a post-trial investigation. 

Your appeal will either be an Article 66, UCMJ, appeal to a service appeals court or an Article 69, UCMJ, appeal to the service Judge Advocate General. Mr. Millios works with his clients to learn about the trial and then prepares appeals to either the appellate court or The Judge Advocate General. 

A thorough review of your court-martial is needed for a successful appeal. Mr. Millios tracks decisions coming out of the appellate courts. He understands how to develop the facts of your case and apply it to the military law so that the appellate courts or The Judge Advocate General understand and can make the decision that benefits you.

Military appeals are a nuanced area of the law. It is important to have a lawyer with experience in this area. The appeal is your last chance!  

Administrative Separations
You have the right to a lawyer if the military initiates involuntary separation or elimination.  Just like criminal charges, contact a lawyer as soon as you are informed that you are under investigation or notified of a pending “chapter” or separation. Mr. Millios will fight for you to be retained in the service or receive the best possible discharge.  An involuntary separation can cause you to lose your hard earned benefits so please contact Millios Law as soon as possible. 

Other Military Actions 
Security Clearance 
Integrated Disability Evaluation System 
Non-judicial Punishment / Reprimands / GOMORs


Veterans Law

Mr. Millios represents Veterans before all military discharge review boards.  Your DD Form 214 is an important document that will be considered by potential employers and agencies. Less than an honorable discharge or an unfavorable narrative may impede future job opportunities and may limit benefits received.  Fortunately, Congress directed each military branch to create a discharge review board and a correction of military records board to help Veterans correct military paperwork. These boards fix errors, injustices, and inequities. Millios Law helps build evidence and present your situation to the board. So contact Millios Law if you want to talk about your discharge and see what can be done to upgrade your discharge or correct other military records. 

Minnesota Criminal Law

Mr. Millios fights for anyone charged with a crime in Minnesota State or Federal Court. Being charged with a crime is incredibly stressful for you and your family. Mr. Millios has extensive experience investigating the facts and fighting to get you the best results. Sometimes cases can be resolved to your satisfaction without a trial. Other times, Mr. Millios recommends that we contest the charges before a jury.  Mr. Millios, after a thorough investigation, helps you make important decisions about your case. 

You get individualized attention from Mr. Millios. It is important to have a lawyer who understands your case, who you are, and understand what you want to see happen. Mr. Millios investigates your case so that you know all of your options. 

Mr. Millios, a former prosecutor, understands how to achieve the best results for you when faced with criminal charges.  Millios Law handles all cases in Minnesota. Contact Millios Law if you need an experienced trial lawyer on your side. 

Facing a charges in the following areas? Contact Millios Law. 


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