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Fort Campbell Administrative Separation Attorney

An administrative separation board is an option for a service member to challenge an involuntary separation from service, thus avoiding a “dishonorable discharge” or an “other than honorable discharge.” The separation board will consist of three officers who will hear evidence and make a recommendation to a superior officer, usually an admiral or general, who will then make the final decision.

James Phillips is a military law attorney who is experienced in representing service members during an administrative separation board hearing. Having a skilled attorney on your side at your hearing will likely make all the difference in the outcome of your case and whether you are discharged or are allowed to return to service. It is our goal to help you avoid a separation from military service when that is not what you want.

Administrative Separation Boards in Kentucky & Tennessee

Military lawyer James Phillips is a former Army JAG with experience on both sides of military trials and hearings, as both defense and prosecution. He uses his knowledge and personal experience to his clients’ benefit and can defend soldiers in administrative separation board hearings locally at Fort Campbell, outside of Clarksville, Tennessee and throughout the rest of the US and the world. He has represented soldiers in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Illinois, Kuwait & Iraq.

You may be notified of separation due to any one of a number of serious offenses, including:

  • Drug abuse
  • Civilian criminal conviction
  • Pattern of misconduct
  • Commission of a serious offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
  • Homosexuality
  • Weight or health issues
  • Performance of duty below the standard

Administrative separation board hearing? Contact Ft. Campbell military law attorney James Phillips today!

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If you live in Oak Grove, Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, or Cadiz, Kentucky, don’t face your criminal charges on your own. Reach out to criminal defense attorney Michael J. Thompson and schedule a free consultation to discuss your criminal charges. You can reach Mr. Thompson at (270) 439-1175. You can also contact our law firm by filling out our online contact form.


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