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This website and all links have been produced for the general informational purposes only and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Is should be used as a substitute for specific legal advice from an attorney. Any links provided are only for the convenience of the user and are not endorsed by the Army.
Administrative Law / 520.533.5712 or 520.533.5945
Services include providing legal reviews of Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL), Line of Duty investigations, AR 15-6 investigations and Administrative Separation Actions. The office advises AR 15-6 investigating officers, Summary Courts-Martial officers and Article 32 officers. The office also provides legal advice to staff personnel regarding all issues affecting installation command policies.
Claims / 520.533.2212
Pursuant to AR 27-20, services include processing, investigating, adjudicating and negotiating the settlement of non-contractual claims on behalf of and against the Army filed at Fort Huachuca. These claims include personnel claims, tort claims, affirmative claims and Article 139 claims. The office provides professional resolution of claims filed against the U.S. government and assert claims on behalf of the U.S. government against responsible parties.
Military Justice / 520.454.1220
Supervises installation-wide Uniformed Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) matters by advising commanders in determining the disposition of pending or possible disciplinary actions (letters of reprimand to courts-martial) including administrative separations under AR 635-200 and AR 600-8-24, and conducts educational classes on military justice-related topics. The office also serves as the Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney. All civilian misdemeanors are processed through the Magistrate Court. For questions regarding tickets or fines assessed on Fort Huachuca, call 520.533.0508.
Legal Assistance / 520.533.2009
Services include estate planning, family law, responding to adverse military actions, powers of attorney, notarizations and assisting self-represented patrons with their court cases. The office also offers advice on a range of legal areas, including landlord/tenant, consumer finance, special education and guardianships. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
walk-in hours resume
Effective Tuesday, Nov. 15, the Fort Huachuca Legal Assistance Office is pleased to resume walk-in lobby hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday except for Federal and TRADOC holidays. Walk-in hours are for powers of attorney and notarizations. Office personnel will continue to be available via telephone and email from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, please call 520.533.2009 or email us at email@example.com. We look forward to serving you.
National Security Law / 520.533.5524
Provides legal advice to commanders and staff on domestic, foreign and international laws that influence and affect military operations. Provides instruction on a myriad of intelligence law subjects to students and cadre of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, the Human Intelligence Training Joint Center of Excellence, and other Fort Huachuca tenant units. Coordinates for and provides legal guidance to the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command in the execution of DOD Information Network operations.
Trial Defense Services / 520.533.5370
Defending those who defend America. Trained and licensed attorneys ready to provide criminal defense to active duty Soldiers at Fort Huachuca and in the State of Arizona. (visit Trial Defense Services for more info)