Retired Colonel Gregory Gross speaks with about the differences between civilian and military courts. He goes into how service members can best protect themselves if accused of a crime. Colonel Gross spent 30 years in the army, most of which in the JAG corps. He is now a private civilian attorney at the Law Office of Victor Bakke. Colonel Gross specializes in military criminal defense. Topics: :33 - Colonel Gross' background in law. - Advice on how to defend yourself against a sexual assault allegation. - What are the recent changes in how sexual assault offenses are charged? - Are more service members being charged with sexual assault after the recent changes to the law? - How to protect yourself against accusations of sexual assault. - What's the difference between the free military attorney and a paid private attorney? - What is the sex offender registry? - Can indecent language be charged as a sexual assault? - What's the best tip you can give in the event of a potential criminal charge - Why it makes sense to hire a private attorney for a military criminal charge. - When should I reach out to a private attorney - Do private attorneys do payment plans? - What are the different military law enforcement agencies - What to do if contacted by a military law enforcement agency - Can a shoplifting case be charged in federal court? - What are article 31 B rights? - How to NOT incriminate yourself. - Why is it hard to find a good military law attorney? - Should I consent to searc
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