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Military Lawyer Norfolk

I am military lawyer Peter Kageleiry, Jr. I have successfully defended court-martial cases and served as a military lawyer in Norfolk and worldwide. As a military lawyer in Norfolk, I have assisted service members in protecting their careers in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Fort Eustis, 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 on the Peninsula, Virginia Beach and Norfolk 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.

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The Law Office of Peter Kageleiry, Jr. is located in Virginia Beach and serves military clients in Norfolk, Southeast Virginia and Worldwide. Mr. Kageleiry is an experienced military lawyer.

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 in Norfolk who places your rights and your military career first. I have helped thousands of service members like you.

If you are an officer in Norfolk 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.

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

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Defending those who defend America

In this long legacy of service, service members put their lives on the line serving their country. But service members sometimes face challenges that are a threat to their careers and their freedom. When your future is at risk, you want to have the best criminal defense and legal representation possible in a military lawyer serving those stationed in the Norfolk and Hampton Roads area.

Service members, who need a military attorney in Norfolk, work hard to maintain their readiness to response to potential conflict and support the warfighter through their work at one of the several commands active in Southeastern Virginia. 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.

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. 

Military Attorney serving bases in Norfolk and Southeastern Virginia

Hampton Roads is an area in the Southeastern corner of the Commonwealth of Virginia that generally includes the Cities of Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Suffolk. Hampton Roads is populated by over 1 million people. Hampton Roads is home to several military installations.

Naval Station Norfolk

Norfolk is home to the largest naval base in the world. Naval Station Norfolk has the largest concentration of U.S. Navy Forces supporting 75 ships and 134 aircraft alongside 14 piers and 11 aircraft hangars. The base has on average 275 flights per day and is responsible for operations conducted in the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Naval Station Norfolk’s most important command is the Navy Warfare Development Command which develops and creates new solutions for the Navy. Naval Station Norfolk is geographically located in the Hampton Roads area in the Southeastern corner of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Naval Station Norfolk is located in Sewells Point, City of Norfolk, near the site of the American Civil War naval battle of the Monitor and Merrimac also known as the Battle of Hampton Roads.

Joint Expeditionary Base–Little Creek

This base is the major operating base for the Amphibious Forces in the United States Navy’s Atlantic Fleet. An important training site during World War II, Little Creek is known for developing the allies seashore invasion techniques used in both the European and Pacific theaters. The mission of the base to provide support to over 15,000 personnel, 27 home ported ships and other supported activities. Starting in 2009, after a two-year merge to turn Little Creek and Fort Story into one joint base, Little Creek was officially named Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek–Fort Story.

Naval Air Station Oceana

NAS Oceana is home to eighteen Hornet and Super Hornet squadrons and is considered the Navy’s East Coast Master Jet Base. Two fighter squadrons are permanently based at NAS Oceana, while sixteen other squadrons are carrier-deployed. The base also serves as the home of the The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit which trains maintenance technicians for these squadrons.  Located in Virginia Beach, VA, Oceana’s location provides service members with a wide variety of recreational activities to choose from. Oceana is the second largest employer in Virginia Beach with over 10,000 active Navy personnel and 4,500 civilian personnel.

Langley Air Force Base (Joint Base Eustis-Langley)

Langley Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base located adjacent to Hampton and Newport News, Virginia. It was one of thirty-two Air Service training camps established after the entry of the United States into World War I in April 1917. The Langley Air Force Base primary mission is to secure air superiority  in all conflicts for the United States and its allies by rapidly deploying air assets. It is the first line of air defense for the east coast of the country. Langley Air Force base is under the command of the Air Force Air Combat Command (ACC) and is a popular Air Force base among servicemen and women in the nation.

Fort Eustis is a United States Army installation in Newport News, Virginia. In 2010, it was combined with nearby Langley Air Force Base. The post is the home to the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, as well as the U.S. Army Aviation Logistics

School and 7th Transportation Brigade. Other significant tenants include the Army Center for Initial Military Training (USACIMT), Army Training Support Center (ATSC), the Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD) and Enterprise Multimedia Center (EMC). At Fort Eustis and Fort Story, officers and enlisted soldiers receive education and on-the-job training in all modes of transportation, aviation maintenance, logistics and deployment doctrine and research. The newly formed base is called Joint Base Langley–Eustis.

Fort A.P. Hill Army Base

Fort A.P. Hill is home to the US Army Ordnance Corps Explosive Ordnance Disposal training center and the Asymmetric Warfare Training Center. A.P. Hill is positioned to support contingency operations in the mid Atlantic and National Capitol region. The mission of the base is to provide innovative, flexible, and relevant training enablers in order to support Army, Joint and Interagency readiness.

Fort Myer Army Base

Fort Myer is home to the 3rd U.S. Infantry, the Army’s oldest infantry division. The “Old Guard” serves as a ceremonial unit for the Washington D.C. area. The U.S. Army Headquarters and The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” are also located at Fort Myer.

Fort Lee Army Base

Fort Lee, named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate forces during the American Civil war, is home to Army agencies such as the US Army Transportation School, US Defense Commissary Agency, Army Logistics University, United States Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM), US Army Ordnance School, United States Army Quartermaster School and the Sustainment Center Of Excellence.  Fort Lee provides logistics doctrine, organizations, training, leader development, and material solutions to sustain a campaign-quality Army with joint and expeditionary capabilities.

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