FORT HOOD MILITARY LAWYER COLBY VOKEY
SOLDIERS STATIONED AT FORT HOOD
Our military members stationed at Fort Hood are part of a 218,823 acre complex located in Bell County and Coryell County. Fort Hood is located between Waco and Austin but is served by the adjacent Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood Centroplex, which has a total population of over 405,000. As of 2015, Fort Hood provides support to over 370,000 people, including more than 76,000 military members.
The major units at Fort Hood include III Corps, 1st Cavalry Division, First Army Division West, 13th Sustainment Command, 3rd Air Support Operations Group, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, 21st Cavalry Brigade, 36th Engineer Brigade, 48th Chemical Brigade, 69th Air Defense Artillery, 89th Military Police Brigade, 407th Army Field Support Brigade, 504th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, Garrison Command, U.S. Army Operational Test Command, Carl R. Darnall Medical Center, Warrior Transition Brigade, 47th EOD, and many other tenant organizations and commands. These units are positioned on the three main sections of Fort Hood: the main cantonment, West Fort Hood, and North Fort Hood.
With the large number of personnel stationed on Fort Hood, servicemembers can find the post legal system a difficult and problematic environment. With over 20 years on active duty, Military Lawyer Colby Vokey understands the challenges faced by our military personnel on Fort Hood. He has extensive military legal experience, including 18 years of military criminal law. Retired LtCol Colby Vokey is a true Trial Lawyer, with the focus of his law career on how to fight and win, no matter how small or large the case. He has handled every type of military case including war crimes, murder, sexual assault, drug and alcohol offenses, orders violations, chapter separations and Article 15.
At the present, some of the biggest legal threats facing those in uniform are accusations of sexual assault and sexual harassment. You need competent civilian military counsel on your side. You need a lawyer to take on the command structure without hesitation. You need someone who is not worried about their promotion board and their next duty assignment. If you are stationed in Texas at Fort Hood and are facing legal charges which threaten your future liberty and livelihood, please call Fort Hood Military Lawyer Colby Vokey for a free consultation. He will provide his honest opinion about your case, and if he can’t help you, then he will point you in the right direction.