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Top Kaaawa Military Lawyers - Hawaii

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive set of miltary law resources ; however, no online guide can replace the services of an experienced military lawyer . If you have a specific question regarding military law, including Court-Martial and Administrative Separations, we strongly urge you to contact military lawyer Stephen Karns or another attorney experienced in military law. Your Rights Under...

The Law Office of Kevin O'Grady, LLC is a criminal defense firm in Honolulu, Hawaii concentrating in criminal law, military law, civil rights and federal indian law.  Criminal and military defense attorney Kevin O'Grady has been a Deputy City Prosecutor, Special Assistant United States Attorney, Chief Prosecutor, Trial Counsel, Senior Trial Counsel, Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy, Arizona...

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    The Law Office of Kevin O'Grady, LLC is a criminal defense firm in Honolulu, Hawaii concentrating in criminal law, military law, civil rights and federal indian law.  Criminal and military defense attorney Kevin O'Grady has been a Deputy City Prosecutor, Special Assistant United States Attorney, Chief Prosecutor, Trial Counsel, Senior Trial Counsel, Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy, Arizona...

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    Going through a divorce or other family law issue may be one of the most upsetting times of your life. Christopher D. Thomas understands your concerns. He advocates for clients in Honolulu, Hawaii, through cases that involve matters such as child custody and support. Additionally, his law office provides representation for criminal law and military law issues. No matter what your case entails, you...

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