Fort Shafter is a United States military base in Honolulu, Hawaii. Fort Shafter is the home base of the US Army Pacific Command, the Major Command of US Army Forces for the Pacific Region, and the Army Corps of Engineers Pacific Ocean Division. Fort Shafter is the oldest military base on the island of Oahu. Service members fondly refer to Fort Shafter as the “pineapple Pentagon.”
The military justice system can be brutal to all service members, even high-ranking ones. Nobody is immune from a judicial system that can sometimes find UCMJ misconduct where none actually exists. And even if you’re not convicted at a court martial, a mere accusation, no matter how incredibly weak it may be, can bring an end to even the most distinguished military career.
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Established in 1907, Fort Shafter has been a presence in Hawaii for well over 100 years. Today, there are approximately 8,000 active duty service members working at Fort Shafter.
As with every other military installation these days, Fort Shafter is not immune from UCMJ allegations that include rape, sexual assault and other sex crimes, drug crimes, and all other conduct that is punishable in the military justice system. Similarly, Article 15 hearings and other adverse administrative actions are frequently convened against Fort Shafter service members.
Noel Tipon has been fighting for the rights of active duty military members for decades. Our firm’s convenient location in Honolulu, Hawaii, combined with our extensive experience in all things related to military justice, makes us uniquely suited to handle any adverse military matter you are facing.
Yes. Our court martial defense attorneys can defend you against charges in both military courts and in Hawaii State courts. Noe Tipon has you covered either way.
If you are a Fort Shafter service member that is under investigation or facing a court martial, Article 15, or any adverse administrative action and you want to fight for the best possible outcome, contact Noel Tipon today to learn how we would aggressively investigate, prepare, and defend your case until the end.
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