Military Lawyer Fort Bragg
I am military lawyer Peter Kageleiry, Jr. I have successfully defended court-martial cases and served as a military lawyer at Fort Bragg and worldwide. As a military lawyer serving clients at Fort Bragg, I have assisted service members in protecting their careers near Fayetteville, North Carolina, 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.
Service members at Fort Bragg 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 Fort Bragg who places your rights and your military career first. I have helped thousands of service members like you.
If you are an officer at Fort Bragg or Pope Air Force Base facing a Board of Inquiry or an enlisted service member facing an adverse administrative discharge, 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.
Are you being investigated or are you accused of a crime such as sexual assault, adultery, or fraternization? Or you are facing an administrative separation board, letter or reprimand or GOMAR, or facing an Article 15? Don’t wait, contact the Law Office of Peter Kageleiry, Jr. right away.
Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr., focuses his legal practice exclusively on military court-martial law and related adverse administrative actions. See his rating on AVVO.
Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is a military installation of the United States Army in North Carolina. Fort Bragg is one of the largest military installations in the world, with about 54,000 military personnel. Located within Cumberland, Hoke, Harnett, and Moore counties, it borders the towns of Fayetteville, Spring Lake, and Southern Pines. Fort Bragg maintains two airfields: Pope Field and Simmons Army Airfield. The United States Air Force stations global airlift and special operations assets as well as the Air Force Combat Control School. Army aviation units support the needs of airborne and special operations forces on post from Simmons Army Airfield.
Fort Bragg covers over 250 square miles and is the home of the Army’s XVIII Airborne Corps and is the headquarters of the United States Army Special Operations Command. Fort Bragg is also home to the U.S. Army Forces Command, U.S. Army Reserve Command, and Womack Army Medical Center.
Similar to other Army installations in the southeastern U.S., the installation is named for Confederate General Braxton Bragg, who had previously served in the United States Army in the Mexican-American War. The Commission on the Naming of Items of the Department of Defense that Commemorate the Confederate States of America or Any Person Who Served Voluntarily with the Confederate States of America U.S. Army installations named for Confederate soldiers will rename Fort Bragg as one of several installations named for former confederates.
Nearby Fayetteville is also the home of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum which honors those paratroopers and special operators, past and present, who have called Fort Bragg home.
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No matter where you are stationed in the world, 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.