Tough Charges Require A Tough Defense Counsel
If you are facing a court-martial for murder, manslaughter or aggravated assault, you are in for the fight of your life. Military law enforcement and prosecutors will use every means at their disposal to secure a conviction, put you in prison and end your military career. You need a tough, experienced, aggressive military defense attorney who will fight to protect your rights and your freedom.
I am court-martial defense lawyer Peter Kageleiry, Jr., in Virginia Beach, Virginia. I have successfully defended and prosecuted homicides and assaults all over the world. I am an aggressive investigator and an experienced trial attorney. I know how and when to attack the prosecution’s case in order to get the best possible outcome for you and your family.
The Most Experienced Lawyer In The Courtroom Should Be Your Defense Counsel
I have successfully handled thousands of cases under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) as a defense attorney, prosecutor and appellate counsel. If you are under investigation or charged with murder, manslaughter or aggravated assault, make sure the attorney you choose has defended these types of cases before. I have successfully defended and prosecuted dozens of murder, manslaughter and assault cases.
Before retiring as a lieutenant colonel in the JAG Corps, I worked extensively on the most complex murder cases in the military, received specialized training in this area of the law and represented the Defense Appellate Division at The Judge Advocate General’s capital punishment reform study group. When you hire The Court Martial Defense Firm, you can trust that you have an experienced military defense attorney who knows the law and the facts better than anyone in the courtroom.
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No matter where you are stationed in the world, contact my office at 010-2924-8265 (In Korea) / +82 (0) 10-2924-8265 (Outside Korea) 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.