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Phillip Stackhouse, Attorney - San Diego, CA

401 B St.Suite 2030 San Diego, CA 92101

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Updated: 12/31/2020

San Diego Military Defense Law Firm

Overview

Military and Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

About Phillip Stackhouse

Prior to practicing law as a private citizen, military attorney Phillip Stackhouse served twenty-two years in the United States Marine Corps. He retired as a JAG officer from the Marines in 2006. During his stint in the Marines, Mr. Stackhouse earned an international reputation as an aggressive, thorough, and respected trial attorney, often representing military personnel in extremely high-profile cases.

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About Phillip Stackhouse, Attorney

Practice Areas

  • Military Defense

Honors

  • Recipient, Dean's Award
  • Who's Who of American Law Students
  • Outstanding Career Armed Services Attorney Award, Judge Advocate's Association

Classes and Seminars

  • Frequent Presenter, "Defending Complex Cases", Department of the Navy

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Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Office Information

Address

401 B St.Suite 2030 San Diego, CA 92101

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