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Protecting Your Future In Adverse Administrative Actions

As a military member, a simple allegation can result in an investigation that puts your future at risk. If you face adverse administrative actions, Hawaii attorney Noel Tipon can fight for your best interests. Whether you are a member of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard, he understands the concerns and consequences you face.

Before founding Tipon Law Firm, LLLC, he served in the Marine Corps and as a Marine Judge Advocate for 10 years. Just like you, he has dedicated his life to service. Noel knows what it takes to fight back against military investigations. He will help you take an active step in your defense.

Work With An Attorney Who Understands What You Are Going Through

Every service branch has adverse administrative actions that can negatively impact your career. Adverse administrative actions happen when a commander alleges underperformance on the job or other minor misconduct that does not rise to the level of a criminal offense.

Noel Tipon can represent you in a variety of adverse actions, including:

  • Reprimand
  • Nonjudicial punishment
  • Revocation or denial of a promotion
  • Nonjudicial punishment
  • Removal from special status

Even though an adverse administrative action may be a minor offense, it can still have a great impact on your career and future. To best protect yourself, you need to work with an experienced military defense attorney. At Tipon Law Firm, LLLC, attorney Noel Tipon will provide the aggressive representation you need at every step of your case. At your first meeting, he will thoroughly investigate the facts to gain a full understanding of your story. He will work tirelessly to build a strong argument on your behalf.

Discuss Your Case Today

If you are under investigation by the military, you need to contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to help protect your rights. To schedule a consultation with a Hawaii adverse administrative actions attorney, call 808-727-1289 or complete an online contact form.