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I am a retired Lieutenant Colonel and I served as both a line officer and a JAG. I began my military career as a platoon leader in the 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) and 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In 1998, I became a Judge Advocate and since then I have focused on court-martial law. As a result of this experience, I know the military and I know the court-martial process. I have spent well over a decade perfecting the courtroom skills and legal knowledge required to win tough court-martial cases. I have successfully defended court-martial cases all over the world.

If you are a U.S. service member facing a court-martial or adverse administrative action, or if you are under investigation, the lawyer you choose to represent you will be the most important decision you make. Protect your rights. I aggressively protect the rights, freedom and careers of military personnel around the world.

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Learn more about my military career and professional legal credentials at my attorney profile below.

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Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr., focuses his legal practice exclusively on military court-martial law and related adverse administrative actions.

 

PETER KAGELEIRY, JR. – Attorney Profile

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Peter Kageleiry Jr.

Sole Practitioner

Location:

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Phone:

757-276-1992

Email:

pete@UCMJLaw.com

Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr. is a retired Lieutenant Colonel with 20 years active duty experience, 16 as a Judge Advocate.  Before becoming an attorney, he led paratroopers on multiple deployments out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina.  An experienced trial and appellate attorney, Mr. Kageleiry has successfully defended and prosecuted hundreds of cases covering all aspects of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).  In his military law practice, he focuses exclusively on defending soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines.

During his JAG career, Mr. Kageleiry served eight years as a senior military defense counsel at both the trial and appellate levels.  Earlier in his JAG career, Mr. Kageleiry worked five years as a military prosecutor.  This experience gives Mr. Kageleiry in-depth knowledge of all levels and stages of the military justice system.  He knows military court-martial law and he understands how the military court-martial system operates.  Mr. Kageleiry will use his military court-martial experience to fight for you.

Mr. Kageleiry earned his law degree from Boston College Law School and he holds an advanced law degree, a Master of Laws, with a concentration in military justice.  His published work on military law enforcement interrogation methods has been cited by at least one appellate court and relied upon by other attorneys and authors.  Mr. Kageleiry has led numerous training presentations on a wide range of topics related to defending military service members.  He is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the service Courts of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.

Areas of Practice

      • Military Law
      • Court Martial
      • Trial Defense
      • Court Martial Appeals
      • Adverse Administrative Actions
      • Investigations

Litigation Percentage

      • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

      • Wisconsin, 1998
      • United States Supreme Court
      • Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
      • Army Court of Criminal Appeals
      • Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals
      • Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals

Education

      • Boston College Law School, Newton, Massachusetts
        • J.D. – 1998
      • The Judge Advocate General’s School U.S. Army, Charlottesville, Virginia
        • LL.M. – 2006
        • Concentration in military justice
      • College of William and Mary
        • B.A. – 1991

Published Works

      • Psychological Police Interrogation Methods: Pseudoscience In the Interrogation Room Obscures Justice in the Courtroom, 1 Military Law Review , Fall , 1997

Teaching Positions

        • Adjunct Professor of Law for Pretrial Criminal Practice, 2017 – present
          • William & Mary Law School
          • Williamsburg, Virginia

Past Employment Positions

      • US Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), 1998 – 2014
      • US Army 82nd Airborne Division and 16th MP Brigade, Platoon Leader, 1991 – 1995

Awards

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