Protect Your Military Career
You have dedicated your life to protecting our nation. Now you need an experienced military defense attorney dedicated to protecting your military career, your service record, and your future. I am military defense lawyer Peter Kageleiry, Jr. I am a retired JAG dedicated to using my experience to help you fight for your career.
From my offices in Virginia Beach, I represent soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines in Norfolk, Virginia, and worldwide. Since 1998, I have helped hundreds of service members successfully defend against adverse administrative actions. If you need help with any of these military administrative actions contact me now:
- Article 15 ∙ Captain’s Mast ∙ Office Hours ∙ Nonjudicial Punishment
- Administrative Separations
- Letters of Reprimand
- Application to the Board for Correction of Military Records
Administrative actions are governed by law and regulations. You have rights. Let me help you protect those rights.
Protect Your Future
Take action to protect your future. Depending on the type of adverse action, you could lose pay and rank and receive a lasting mark on your service record that will keep you from getting promoted and end your military career. Your future is at stake. The long term consequences for receiving a less than honorable administrative discharge are serious. It is important to get advice from an experienced military law attorney.
Fight for your rights, your military career, and your future. I focus my practice on protecting members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Whether you are facing nonjudicial punishment, administrative separation, a letter of reprimand, or are under investigation, I will use my experience and expertise to fight aggressively in your defense.
Contact The Court Martial Defense Firm ∙ Free Consultation
No matter where you are stationed in the world, contact my office in Virginia Beach at 757-276-1992 or through our convenient online form to schedule a free consultation.
Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr., focuses his legal practice exclusively on military court-martial law and related adverse administrative actions.