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Fort Hood is a U.S. Army post in Texas with a current population of more than 33,000. One of the largest U.S. military installations in the world, Hood is home to such units as the 1st Cavalry Division, 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment, and III Corps.

Tully Rinckey PLLC is a multistate law firm founded by veterans who are devoted to defending the rights of Army soldiers, such as those at Fort Hood. Our attorneys have a combined 50 years of experience in the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps and our founding partner is the only known civilian attorney to currently serve in the Army Reserves as a lieutenant colonel.

We know first-hand the unique challenges service members face in their daily lives and in civilian and military courts. We can provide legal services for the following: AWOL/military deserter; positive urinalysis; court martial/USMJ representation; Article 15/nonjudicial punishment; Article 32 proceedings; correction of military records; military-related mesothelioma, general officer representation; ROTC and military academy enrollment; and security clearance representation.

Our military law attorneys, who have all held high-ranking officer positions, can consult with service members in person or via telephone or Skype. Tully Rinckey PLLC has represented service members based at military installations throughout North America, Europe and Asia. We are capable of representing clients via video teleconferencing, when applicable.

Don’t take a gamble with a military attorney, whose high experience level and availability is not guaranteed. Call one of Tully Rinckey PLLC’s military law attorneys today at 202-787-1900 or e-mail info@fedattorney.com.

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