Military Lawyer Camp Lejeune
I am military lawyer Peter Kageleiry, Jr. I have successfully defended court-martial cases and served as a military lawyer in North Carolina and worldwide. As a military lawyer in the southeast United States, I have assisted service members in protecting their careers in North Carolina, Virginia, and all over the world. Using my experience as a military discharge lawyer and a court-martial attorney, I defend U.S. military personnel anywhere there is a military base.
Marines stationed at Camp Lejeune work hard to maintain their readiness to respond to potential conflict. Because of this legacy of service you have earned the right to an experienced court-martial defense attorney. When it comes to defending your rights, I approach my job the same way you approach yours: my mission comes first and that mission is defending your career, your rights, and your freedom.
If you are facing an involuntary, adverse or administrative discharge, a court-martial or if you are under investigation, you need a tough, experienced, aggressive military attorney. I am a retired Judge Advocate and former paratrooper. In my military career, I earned a reputation as a tenacious fighter for the rights of service members. You need an aggressive military law attorney with the experience to know when and how to fight against the vast resources the government brings against you. You need a court-martial specialist at Camp Lejeune who places your rights and your military career first. I have helped thousands of service members like you.
If you are an officer at Camp Lejeune facing a Board of Inquiry or “Show Cause” board or an enlisted service member facing an adverse administrative discharge or “AdSep“, or you are under investigation or facing court-martial, don’t wait to get the experience you deserve. Contact my office at (757) 504-2815 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. See his rating on AVVO.
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is a 246-square-mile United States military training facility in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Its 14 miles of beaches make the base a major area for amphibious assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports (Wilmington and Morehead City) allows for fast deployments. The main base is supplemented by six satellite facilities: Marine Corps Air Station New River, Camp Geiger, Stone Bay, Courthouse Bay, Camp Johnson, and the Greater Sandy Run Training Area. The Marine Corps port facility is in Beaufort, at the southern tip of Radio Island. It is military property but is only occupied during military port operations.