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Law Offices of Scot Sikes - Hinesville, GA

106 East Mills Street Hinesville, GA 31313

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Updated: 10/25/2017

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Welcome to Law Offices of Scot Sikes!

In one capacity or another, Attorney Scot Sikes has proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces for over 25 years. He continues to serve as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserve.

As a former MP Company Commander, former Military Prosecutor, and seasoned Senior Military Defense Counsel, Mr. Sikes knows Military Justice.

His record is replete with significant outcomes for his clients, including high-profile cases...

Welcome to Law Offices of Scot Sikes!

In one capacity or another, Attorney Scot Sikes has proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces for over 25 years. He continues to serve as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserve.

As a former MP Company Commander, former Military Prosecutor, and seasoned Senior Military Defense Counsel, Mr. Sikes knows Military Justice.

His record is replete with significant outcomes for his clients, including high-profile cases.

Above all, Mr. Sikes understands and appreciates the daily sacrifices of all Service Members, and he passionately seeks to insure their Constitutional and other legal rights are protected when facing courts-martial and other adverse actions.

Call us today for a free initial consult regarding your matter.

OFFICE: (706) 494-6900

TOLL FREE: 1-866-494-6908

Or, click here to email Mr. Sikes directly at scot@scotsikes.com .

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106 East Mills Street Hinesville, GA 31313

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  • (706) 494-6901

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Law Offices of Scot Sikes (Main Office) 5 Bradley Park Court Suite 101 Columbus, GA 31904 (866) 494-6908

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