The loss of your security clearance can easily result in the early termination of your career, whether it is with an active duty or reserve component of the armed forces or as a civilian employee with the federal government or a government contractor. The law firm of McCormack and McCormack, a Virginia-based law practice, will provide you with effective legal representation in an effort to retain your security clearance. Our firm has two paralegals who are extremely experienced in the field of security clearance law – they have provided the skill and knowledge on numerous security clearance cases over the recent years with outstanding results. Attorney Greg McCormack is a former Army lawyer and he has extensive experience, over 30 years, with dealing with federal agencies in both administrative and criminal settings.
Dear Mr. McCormack
I would like to express my sincere appreciation to you and your staff for the excellent results you achieved on my recent security clearance appeal.
When I received notification that my application for a secret clearance had been denied, I was justifiably concerned. My current and future employment was in jeopardy. I received a lot of advice, both good and bad, from coworkers, friends, and even the base legal office. The only thing I learned for certain was that I needed professional help.
That is why I turned to your firm. I was impressed with the information you provided on your website. For the first time, I felt I was getting good information from people who knew how the system worked. I was pleased with how quick and easy it was to get started.
I am convinced it was your experience in dealing with similar cases and your interaction with the Government, which not only resulted in my receiving my clearance, but also led the Government to approve my clearance without the planned hearing. This saved me both legal fees and the cost of travel to the United States.
I work with a number of people who share similar circumstances, and it is not inconceivable that one of them could find themselves in the same situation. If so, I will gladly and without reservation recommend your law firm to provide them the top notch service I was so pleased to receive.
Dear Mr. McCormack,
When I contacted you several months ago to inquire about your services, you were the only person that took the time to explain what my husband and I would be facing over the next few months. We were stressed and scared about our unknown future. You were straight forward and very helpful. My questions were always answered promptly and adequately. You and your team constantly exceeded my expectations. I never thought the outcome of my husband's trial would have turned out as well as it did. Because of your knowledge, your strategy, and your team's helpfulness, my husband and I are together. We will never forget what you did for us. Thanks to you and your team for everything.
Dear Mr. McCormack and Gary,
How can I even begin to thank you? Words do not make any justice. It has been such a long road ever since my security clearance case began and sometimes I cannot even believe that it is over, and that I was victorious. If you recall when I came to you, I thought mine was a lost case, but you said that I had a very good chance. I have to confess now though that sometimes I doubted that, but the professionalism and dedication demonstrated by you and most of all by Gary changed all that. A lot has to be said about experience. Mine was a very specific and complicated case, and I certainly could not have had this successful result were it not for you and your expertise, and that of Gary’s and all of your staff.
I am so glad that fate brought me to you the day that I researched the internet and saw your website. Needless to say that at first I had no idea of what I was going to find, but after the initial consultation I began to feel better, and that feeling only grew as time progressed. It is also, said that trust is earned, and I could not agree more. You and Gary both not only earned my trust and respect, but most of all deserved them. I will always refer your services to anyone who needs your knowledge and experience, and I will do it without any reservations. Your performance in the court room at the day of my hearing was impeccable. Only then, did I realize the difference between hiring a true professional, and someone with no and or little experience.
My wish for you is that your law practice continues to grow and that you, Gary and your office staff may be able to help many more people with security clearances in years to come. May God bless you. I also would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a Blessed Holiday Season, with health and prosperity for all.
"It's been said that an attorney is the mouthpiece for a client. But with every woodwind instrument, the mouthpiece is only one part of a precision instrument. You are such an intricate part of Greg's team. I appreciate you always being there to answer my questions and easing my concerns. Thanks for your research, organization, and expertise."
"I can’t say THANKS enough for your efforts and your success concerning my case. You’ve been true to your word since day one. This is just a little something to express my deepest appreciation for tipping the “scales of justice” in my favor."
Dear Mr. McCormack,
I am a Soldier with over 21 years in the Army who has an outstanding military service record. I was deployed to Iraq as a Platoon Leader in July of 2009 when I received news my security clearance had been recommended for denial. This stemmed from false allegations made against me two years prior. I knew I had to submit a quick in-depth response or my career as an Officer was over. I was bewildered and didn’t know which way to turn. Being deployed, my only hope was to scour the internet and hope I could find a professional, knowledgeable Law Firm with extensive experience dealing with situations of this nature. I came upon your web site, was very impressed, and decided to call. After a quick consultation with Gary I knew I had the team I needed to get the job done. He didn't pull any punches, was the ultimate pessimist, and told me and the wife to just be even keeled and they would see what they could do. By the end of October I received an email stating my Secret clearance had been adjudicated. At that time I thought all was well, I couldn’t have been more mistaken. In mid-December I was called into my Commanders office who informed me the investigation dealing with the original false allegations had been re-opened because somebody within the command had signed in the wrong spot. During the course of this conversation he continually used the words Court Martial.
I was totally shocked as I left his office and went home and informed my wife. We sat on the couch and were totally devastated. I couldn't think of anywhere to turn except to call your Firm once again. You (Greg) called back immediately and said “Well, unfortunately this is as bad as it gets, you know you could spend the rest of your life in prison.” I didn't know how to respond. I just thought “He’s going to be completely up-front and honest regardless of how much it hurts.” I told him it was his firm I wanted to represent me through the entire process. The Army drug their feet and in early April I made the promotion list, the very next day the charges were read against me in an attempt to halt my promotion. While waiting outside the office I heard the SJA proudly and unprofessionally remark “we need to read these charges to ensure this individual does not get promoted” The Army then tried to schedule The ART 32 ASAP, knowing your team would not be ready. You assertively ensured it was pushed back to allow us the proper time to prepare. During the ART 32 you aggressively cross-examined my accuser and her mother. You exposed them as the dishonest, manipulative individuals they were. You did such an outstanding job the IO recommended the charges be dropped with prejudice. The entire chain of command concurred and within 10 days all charges were dismissed and I was given my promotion. We had our peaks and valleys of emotions during the process, but yourself, Theresa, and Gary informed us to just hang in there and your team would get us through it. Thank you for getting us through the process and for doing such a great job for which we are forever thankful.
Good Morning Kat,
I just wanted to let you and Mr. McCormack know that I was notified yesterday by my security manager that my clearance was granted. I'm confident I could not have done it with your and Mr. McCormack's guidance and expert legal advice. Thank you for helping me to achieve a successful outcome. Well, I won't belabor the point, just wanted you to know that Mr. McCormack had achieved another success story with regard to helping me keep my security clearance. I turned 59 last Friday and the news of my clearance and it came as a welcome belated birthday gift and I feel as though a huge weight has been lifted from my shoulders. Again, please express my profound thanks to Mr. McCormack.
Well I haven't had a good night sleep in over 2 and a half months, and after today I probably won't sleep tonight as well. Greg I want to thank you and your staff for saving my career and the well being of my family after I retire. From day one when I called your firm about my situation early one Saturday morning you were totally honest with what an impossible case I was facing. They way you handled my defense at my administrative separation board was something I've only seen in the movies. You used every piece of evidence possible to prove to the board members from a command that I had only been attached to for a month beyond a shadow of a doubt I was innocent.
I remember when I went to base legal to see about getting representation through the Navy I was still on the fence about hiring you. When I mentioned your name to the JAG officer he said,"Greg McCormack is a "Bulldog"...if anyone can prove you are innocent he can". I knew your were the right defense attorney for me.
I can't think you enough for staying on me about getting the correct resources you needed to help build the best defense case possible. Tell Greg you deserve a raise, ha,ha. After talking to Greg after my board it was my career path and accomplishments that paid a big part in the findings at my board. Just for the record after a last minute entry of evidence to the board on my behalf by Greg McCormack, the board found a 3-0 vote of "No Misconduct". This wouldn't have been available if you haven't had put it there in my file.
I don't mean this in a bad way at all, but I will probably be in serious debt for the next few years. It doesn't compare to what Greg McCormack and McCormack saved me in the long run. You saved my life, my marriage, my military reputation, and my career. If anyone feels that they are facing a "No Win" situation dealing with a UCMJ conviction I highly recommend that you give Greg McCormack a call. I thank you, my family thanks you, and I hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
In June 2009, my husband and I were celebrating life. Our youngest son just celebrated his first birthday; our oldest son was gearing up for first grade. I had just began a second career with the deaf, Cliff was excited about his upcoming deployment with the United States Navy, and we were about to buy land in the country to build a home. We were living out the American dream, and thanking God for His blessings. Then, suddenly, our world came crashing down with one phone call, one meeting, a handful of mistakes made by others, and plenty of tears. After fifteen years of dedicated military service, Cliff was looking at being forcibly discharged, through no fault of his own, leaving him and our family enveloped in panic and unsure of the future.
We began searching for civilian representation the same day. We were not having much luck talking with anyone, as it was past business hours on a Friday. After locating your information through your web site, Cliff and I thought we would at least leave a message after feeling inspired by your clients’ testimonials. As we sat on the front porch overwhelmed with worry, our tension was broken up by the telephone ringing. Within hours of learning about our unfortunate predicament, you called and immediately starting setting our minds at ease. You discussed your experience and took time to address many of our concerns. Your knowledge of military law and your expedited response placed us in your office within days.
Thus began our year long journey with you, Greg, and you provided our family not only with legal expertise but also emotional support throughout a difficult year. You and your staff were always available and enabled us to overcome every barrier that was set in our way. Your passion and confidence bled through to us, and with every passing day we found comfort through your legal counsel and professional advice.
In June 2010 our well-traveled road became one paved with hope, praise, and joyous tears when Cliff was found without fault, retained in service, and promoted to Lieutenant. Now, thanks to your diligence, persistence, and devotion to innocence, my husband is looking forward to his future assignments with the military. Due to your vast knowledge, and if it is God’s will, Cliff will breathe the salty air and sail the seas until he retires.
Everyone must remember that bad things happen to good people. God allows us to experience the trials and tribulations of this earth in order to grow and become closer to Him. In our case, not only is that true, but it seems He also blessed us with a guardian angel.
Thank you, Greg. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
You were the first person we contacted at the firm dealing with our situation. We were immediately impressed with the proactive tone you set from the beginning. Your professionalism continued throughout the case up through the great hand-over you executed with Theresa. Thank you for all of your hard work and for giving us peace of mind when we so desperately needed it!
Dear Mr. McCormack,
Greg: I just wanted to drop you a quick line and say hello. I’ve been selected for Major and the mere fact that I was even around to be considered for promotion I owe to you. I’m now stationed in *********, and although I work some long hours, it’s okay. Every day is a good day and I don’t sweat the small stuff. There are good attorney’s in the world and then there’s you. You’re in a league by yourself. Thank you again for everything you did for me.
Dear Mr. McCormack,
My son’s life was on the line, and my heart was broken. As a mother, there is no worse feeling, than helplessness. You gave my son his life back; I will never be able to thank you enough. He now can continue his career in the Navy, and will be able to hold his head up high, because you are a great lawyer, you took control, and it was clear to see, you have a gift. One of honesty and hard work, and you are a master at litigation in the court room. Thank you and your staff from the bottom of my heart. God bless and keep you all.
Dear Mr. McCormack,
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!!! My feet have not touched planet earth yet!!!!! Scott tried to call yesterday but I was out mowing the lawn and missed his call............I hope he knows!!!!! I am so excited!! You are the best, best, best lawyer in the whole world!!!!!!!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! Thank you for the impressive, well-thought out & honest speech you gave to Judge **** today!! I have faith in the honesty of lawyers now! I know that I speak for many others in saying that **** punishment has already been served (actually, I think a fine should have been enough) & that should have been it; but I realize that this was quite a MIRACULOUS decision not to go by those damn guidelines in a federal case!! It's something that needs to be changed in the law, that each case should be judged individually. Anyways, I was completely riveted to your every truthful word today & wanted to tell you how grateful I am--this decision has changed the course of my life as well as his immediate family and I am eternally grateful for everything you've done for ****.
Thank you so much for all that you have done. I could not have picked better representation. Thank you again Mr. McCormack and thank you to your excellent team of folks, especially Mr. Gary Lemmons. You have gained my up most respect for the work that you do.
I cannot thank you, Theresa, Tiffany and your entire firm enough for all you did for me. When I first contacted you my life and my Air Force career of 18 years where both literally flashing before my eyes. You never pulled any punches with me about the seriousness of my situation, but from day one I knew I had come to the right place. You are a brilliant litigator with a compassionate, talented team of professionals backing you and I will be forever grateful. God Bless!
I want to personally thank you and your associates for the outstanding legal support you provided me in preparation for my board. The board's decision was favorable and I could not have done it without the diligent work and meticulous preparation that you and your staff provided. I would like to especially thank your paralegal, Gary Lemmons, for his outstanding support and professionalism throughout the entire process.
If any of my friends, colleagues or relatives requires legal services in the future, I will immediately refer them to your firm. Thanks again and keep up the great work.
Dear Greg D. McCormack,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the excellent work throughout (name omitted) case. It was truly awesome! Thank God!! Without you we couldn't be able to reach this successful conclusion of this case. Again, we deeply appreciate everything and May the Lord bless and guide you always as you continue to defend the weak in our society. God Bless!!!!
Sir, it was a little over a year ago when (name omitted) and I came to you with our son (name omitted) situation. You taking on your case gave us a calming relief that we had not experienced since trying to take care of the matter ourselves for over 5 months. Our anxieties, aggravations and frustrations had finally come to an end.
You took an unbearable situation and made it bearable for us. You also taught me a few things that I will never forget. You truly cared about our problems, put us at ease, and answered all of our questions. We were no longer alone in our fight. You saw to it that everything that was needed to be done for (name omitted) was done. Your determination, caring, kindness, compassion, thoroughness and your professionalism are the very qualities that make you such an incredible attorney! You are a credit to your profession!! We are so very grateful to you for everything that you have done for us!!!
Your have a wonderful staff that is reflective of the kind of attorney that you are. They have been extremely nice to us and were always reassuring. We will never forget you or your staff; it is not often that you come across such exemplary people in life. It has been an honor and a privilege.
The intent of this letter is to first of all express my thankfulness to you for the dedication and attention you put on my case that led to complete legal victory during the Board on 28 September. Now I’d like to let you know that I do give you my authorization that you mention my legal case that you and your associates took care of and its favorable outcome in your legal office web site. I would like you to do this and if you find it appropriate or necessary so to help other service members who are facing adverse legal or administrative actions from the military be more encouraged and confident in seeking your legal representation. And I did choose you to represent me in my legal case based on the other testimonials that can be read in your web site which gave me a good impression of your professionalism, honesty and experience. Thanks very much again and keep up the good work.
Don't get me wrong, I am a patriot. But there are times, when certain people especially in this day and age, are not cut out for the military.
If it were not for the services of The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack and his excellent staff we would have been totally lost.
My daughter went AWOL shortly after reporting for her AIT training, needless to say I was shocked being prior Military myself I was deeply hurt and had no idea what to do other then encourage her to return and search the Internet for answers.
That's when I came across the services of The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack I called them and spoke to Mr. McCormack and then Jenny and I felt immediately relieved. I read through the testimonials on the web site and realized that my daughter's situation might turn out positive. Of course there is a fee that is worth every penny.
My daughter was dropped from the rolls after approximately 40 days from AWOL and we were immediately notified by McCormack & Associates at which time my daughter turned herself into Ft Knox and she was administratively discharged within the week.
I commend The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack and his staff for their vigilance, confidence, professionalism and guidance in assisting us throughout this most difficult situation.
Thank You ALL!
Officers of the USAF, if your career means everything to you and the Air Force is your entire life, hire McCormack and McCormack professional military attorney’s to represent you when the AF has turned their backs on you. As a 12 year career officer, I was used as an escape goat by the USAF. I was facing an Article 15 and a Court-Martial.
I made the call to The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack, and spoke with Mr. McCormack in that very instant. My entire career and benefits, family and marriage were hanging on the line. Having Mr. McCormack and staff represent you with their first letter head to the Base/Squadron Commander had a lasting impression in the higher ranking officials, that I had a voice who would fight my case.
A professional attorney that makes civilian attorney’s look like limp noodles up next to the expertise unity of McCormack and McCormack who’s military law is their expertise. Time is of the essences, especially for any officer during a high profile case. Correspondence between myself and Mr. McCormack, and paralegal, Ms. Burke, was outstanding! Three months later, no article 15 or a Court-martial was implemented because I had the right team on my side. Imagine this huge government institution, The United States Air Force against you. McCormack and McCormack took them on, no civilian attorney can compare. Speak to an Associate and see for yourself, you have nothing to loose except your military career.
I have always believed that the United States military is one of the most proficient and intriguing paths for a young person establishing their selves in life. I firmly thought that the military would be exactly the foundation that I needed to create the life I have always desired. While the sentiments of the military being a outstanding institution still remain true, I was regrettably wrong to think that military life was for me.
After completing boot camp and only a month at my first duty station, I bought a plane ticket and flew home. I had no idea what the ramifications of my actions would be or what I would face for leaving. The only thing that I did know was that the military was not for me and that I was not going to stay. It was a full six months later before I realized that a warrant had been issued for my arrest by the military. I casually came across this information while applying for a job and my previously crystal clear background check now listed me as a felon.
To say that I was devastated would be the understatement of the year. I fell into a state of depression and even contemplated suicide.
With no knowledge of what I would be facing for my mistake, I knew I wanted my life back but had no clue as to how to fix the issues that I had created. I decided that if indeed I had to turn myself over to military control and spend whatever amount of time in a military jail that was ordered, then that was what I was ready to do. The thought of military jail time were less frightening then being an enlisted sailor.
Based on advise from a friend, I went online to find attorneys in my local area to simply consult with to learn what I should do. Over a 3 month time span, I met on consultation visits with a total of "six lawyers that specialize in military law" in my immediate area. Every time these "military lawyers" left me with more questions as I walked in having.
Each time I searched for a new lawyer to speak to, The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack web site ad popped up. I immediately dismissed this ad simply because of where the attorney was based. I remember thinking that I had to find a local attorney that I can look at face to face to help me through this matter. As previously stated, I left each of those "face to face" meetings with my head hung low. I even thought about going to a local recruiting office and simply telling them that I was AWOL and needed to turn myself in.
On every occasion I was online searching for yet another face to face consultation, The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack ad continued to pop up. I thought once again, "How can they really help me? They are so far away in a entirely different state". Feeling completely helpless and days before I was ready to walk into a recruiting office to turn myself in, I decided to call.
After the first conversation with this office, I immediately knew I had found the help I so desperately needed. I was made no promises and was told exactly what may happen once I was back in military control. I was told that this office would file all the necessary paperwork to complete my surrender and be by my side through out the entire process.
After of course paying the attorney fees, I was told the office would be in touch as soon as they heard the conditions of my return from the military.
Less then one week later, I received a telephone call. I looked at the caller ID and my stomach tied in knots as I read The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack I held my breath and could hardly say hello. My only thought was how much time am I going to spend in a military jail. But that conversation never occurred.
With only the assistance of The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack, I was told that I had received an administrative discharge and did not even have to return to military control for a single hour!! I was instructed to check my email, complete the paperwork and my warrant and AWOL status would be removed within 24 hours! The very next day I was told I was a free man!
The burden of a year on the run was released just that quickly.
I have given The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack permission to use my name and phone number on this letter if they so desire so that I can share this story with anyone who may need the same assistance that I took advantage of. I was not paid for this letter or received any special treatment at any time. I have never seen or met any employee of the law firm of McCormack and McCormack, but I feel forever in debt to them for giving me my life back.
I wanted to send you this thank you note, but wanted to wait until I had my retirement orders in my hand. My official retirement date is ****, which is also my wedding anniversary of 27 years. I am a Major and I am on terminal leave up here in ******. I teach ****** at ****** and I love it. None of this would have come true if not for you. When you, ****** and myself were standing in that side room, we all had tears in our eyes. I will never forget what you said to me. "It is nice to see someone who truly deserves this get it." Thank you from the bottom of my heart and may God bless you!!!
Major *****, USAF RET
I would just like to thank my attorney and paralegal for the excellent work they put forth. Oh, by the way, you too Tiffany (Ha,Ha). They constantly gave me updates on the case which kept my mind at ease. This firm doesn't come cheap but in the end I felt it was money well spent. The representation I was given was so professional and wise that it made the prosecution look like the circus was in town. The case was over quick and the verdict was pretty easy to predict since my attorney laid out the evidence Johnny Cochran style. I would refer any person in the Armed Forces who comes under any kind of serious allegations to call The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack and give yourself the peace of mind and stress relief you deserve. After all, it's only your career and future at stake.
Thank you again,
I shot an 83, two hours after the trial.
To: Greg McCormack
I want to express my gratitude to you for bringing this nightmare of mine to a satisfactory conclusion.
When I first came into your office over a year ago, and asked you for your help I was in disbelief about everything that was going on with my life in the military. I can't thank you enough for your support and encouragement through that difficult time in my life.
When my command told me that they where going to send me to a general court-martial, and that I had no chance of coming out of this without a dishonorable discharge I had lost a lot of faith in the fact that I would ever see this come to a satisfactory conclusion. I have no doubt that without your help I would not have gotten out with an honorable discharge and all of my benefits.
Thank you again for helping me, without your help I would not have the opportunities that I have today with my new life.
What a turn of events from the moment we retained your services!!!!!! Myron was home with us this weekend (he flew back Sunday evening) - just unbelievable considering where he was just a week ago - AND he has paperwork that officially separates him from the Navy on Thursday. Greg prior to your involvement in the matter, we were helpless and had no idea what was going to happen from one minute to the next; we were at the mercy of the military. This changed the moment you stepped in. Greg when we met I asked you to please get him out without a federal conviction - you delivered. As one father to another, you helped me to give my son and his young family another chance to live in the USA - as a family. This is priceless, and we are ALL ever indebted to you...
Anna I also want to thank you for your professionalism and sincere committed & dedication to this case.
I am moving on in "2006" with new dreams and ambitions in the US Navy. I would like to thank you for the services and support I needed. You are a great team and words cannot express the loyalty and hard work put into my case. Not a day goes by that I don't think of how I can ever repay you because money alone is not enough. I am able to continue my career which means the world to me. Thank you again and I pray that God continues to bless you and your families and all of Greg McCormack and his associate staff.
Dear Mr. McCormack and Staff:
I wanted to express my deepest gratitude for everything your office has done to make right all of the injustices brought upon me by the U. S. Navy. When I first got word that I failed a urinalysis, I knew there was a mistake but I also knew that no one would have believed me. Thanks to you and your staff, many fatal discrepancies were found in the collection and testing process, discrediting the entire drug-testing program of the command. You know the military legal system very well and you will do what it takes to protect your clients, and for that I am grateful.
Most of all I want to thank you for your honesty. At a time when there were few people I could trust, you always laid the cards on the table and told me exactly how it was. You are truly a man of integrity. Everything you said you would do, you did. I greatly appreciate your professionalism and I wish there were more like you in the world.
Mr. McCormack, you turned what seemed to be the darkest, toughest time of my life into the best thing that could have happened to me. I spent the last two years working toward a degree in Electrical Engineering while working part time. Thanks to you and everyone who worked so diligently on my case, I now have only two years of school left and thanks to your knowledge of the legal system, the Board for Correction of Military Records ruled my original General Discharge to be overturned, giving me two years of E-5 back pay while I was attending school and giving me an RE-1 reenlistment code, allowing me to go back in the Navy in the future but putting me two years closer to retirement. I could not have dreamed of a better outcome. Even the Congressman's office expressed how lucky I was to find representation of your caliber who really knows the military legal system inside and out. I truly appreciate everything you and your whole office has done, especially Gary Lemmons, for all his patience and understanding in dealing with me and working so hard on the Review Board packet. God Bless you all.
If you ever become caught up in the the military legal system, making the wrong choices could cause you to loose your career, your freedom and the respect of your peers. One of those decisions is knowing who to talk to and even more importantly knowing who not to talk too. It doesn't matter how innocent you are. The prosecutor representing the United States has one job and that is to prove you are guilty. They're resources are unlimited and will come at you with every asset at their disposal. I know this because I found myself caught up in this nightmare. My first wrong choice was to talk to the prosecutors figuring I had nothing to hide. That was my first mistake...they turned my statements against me and used them to compound the charges against me. My second wrong choice was my legal counsel. I chose to go with a civilian lawyer figuring he would be more experienced than the military lawyer I was given to represent me. After 3 weeks of explaining what had happen in my case he still could not get the facts right. I ended up making the decision to fire him. That was my first right decision. The second right one was hiring Greg McCormack. To make a long story short. Greg investigated the facts as I presented them to him and interviewed all the witnesses involved in my particular case. Through his hard work I was able to continue my Naval career after being convicted at a court marshal and sentenced to no punishment. Greg will always have my respect and friendship. If you are in trouble and you need help there is only one right choice and that is Greg McCormack.
It sure was a pleasure to hear from you again. My monetary obligation to you may have been fulfilled, but I owe you so much more. You have my eternal admiration and respect. Needless to say that period of my life is one I seldom try to thing about, however your image will always shine bright in that dark place of my memory. At a time when I needed one the most, you were a true Godsend and legal warrior. My first civilian lawyer took a five thousand dollar retainer and made zero court appearances, seemed more concerned as to where the next payment was going to come from, and tried to convince me the best course of action would be to plead guilty and hope for a reduced sentence. The next military appointed lawyer left me with the impression that I was just a switch throw away from the electric chair. I can truly say I have never been so afraid of a situation in my entire life as I was at that moment. Only by the help of a Brig counselor did your name come to my attention. I made the call to you and the rest is history. It gives me some satisfaction to know that the U. S. Navy paid for that call which put me in touch with you. I don’t know how else to put it Greg, I know in my heart that you are that one-in-a-million, and in a way I owe you my life. If wish you continued success in your practice and good fortune.
Dear Mr. McCormack,
This letter is to express our deep gratitude for your work in [name omitted] recent administrative board hearing. We truly appreciate all you did for us, especially meeting with him and advising him on Sunday prior to the board hearing. Not many people would have done that. Our appreciation also goes to Theresa for her hard work on our behalf. I know in my heart that you made it possible for [name omitted] to continue his Navy career. We will never be able to thank you enough. Your attention to detail surely provided the basis for the final outcome. May God bless you and your staff and may you continue to fight for the rights of the enlisted. You are in our prayers.
Greg, I think you are a terrific lawyer and I admire your professionalism. I am very happy with the job you did for [name omitted]. I miss my daily emails!
Office Staff – you are all very kind and nice on the phone. That is such a pleasure when troubles invade your life and you can’t think straight. I cannot thank you all enough. Hopefully, we won’t meet again. I wish you all a wonderful life and I will never forget you.
The entire [name omitted] family would like to convey our personal thanks and gratitude to you and your staff for the excellent defense you provided for our son, brother, nephew, and cousin, [name omitted].
We learned of [name omitted] situation just weeks before he was to go to trial. He carried that burden alone for nine whole months. [Name omitted] is very private and feels that he can work through and solve any problem he encounters on his own (very independent). Needless to say, we were devastated and heartbroken, but never afraid of the outcome.
We believed in God! Matthew 21:22 says, “All things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.”
We took [name omitted] situation to our Pastor and our Deacon and our family members who in turn, along with us, took it to God.
We kept a prayer vigil going even when the trial was in progress. We know God can perform miracles more than one time and it was proven through you, in your defense of [name omitted]. We are forever grateful to you.
We continue to send up praises of thanksgiving to God for safely delivering our son and for you, Mr. McCormack, for being the instrument that God used.
Dear Mr. McCormack,
Eleanor and I wish to thank you for the superb and sensitive representation you provided our granddaughter, [name omitted] during her recent appeal in the Virginia Beach court system. While the outcome was not as good as we had hoped, I feel it was as good as, or better than we could reasonably expect under the circumstances.
Again, we wish to thank you for your services. We feel you did an excellent job, and we’re grateful.