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Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (OSJA)
Building 29718
419 B Street
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Tel: 706-791-7812/7813
DSN: 780-7812/7813
Fax: 706-791-8398
 

 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE
OFFICE HOURS
*

MON. 0800-1600
  Estate Planning Consultation by Appointment Only
   
TUE. 0800-1600
   
WED. 0800-1600
  Divorce Briefing: 1300
   
THU. Closed:
0800-1200
  Open:
1200-1600
  Will Executions:
1300
   
FRI. 0800-1500
 
Notary & POA - Walk-In During Normal Operating Hours
Appointments can be made in person or by calling 706-791-7812/7813.
 

PREVENTATIVE LAW PROGRAM

Legal Assistance Handbook
 

ARTICLES AND INFO PAPERS

Wills and Estate Planning
Family Law
Military Administrative Law
Consumer Law
Landlord / Tenant
Taxes
Notaries and Powers of Attorney
 

RESOURCES

JAGCNET
Army Legal Services
Internal Revenue Service
Fort Gordon Regulations and Forms
 

DOWNLOADS

Separation Agreement Worksheet
Will Worksheet
 

Fort Gordon Office of the Staff Judge Advocate

The Federal Litigation Division serves as the mechanism for the criminal prosecution of civilians (non-military members) on the Fort Gordon Military Reservation. This division is manned by a Judge Advocate who is appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice to serve as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney (SAUSA) for the Southern District of Georgia. The Federal Litigation Division prosecutes both felony and misdemeanor offenses in the U.S. Federal District Court. Offenses routinely prosecuted consist of minor traffic violations, DUI, shoplifting, drug possession and distribution, assaults, trespassing and burglary.


Federal Litigation

OSJA Litigation

A controversy before a court or a "lawsuit" is commonly referred to as “litigation”. If it is not settled by agreement between the parties it would eventually be heard and decided by a judge or jury in a court. Litigation is one way that people and companies resolve disputes arising out of an infinite variety of factual circumstances.

The term "litigation" is sometimes to distinguish lawsuits from “alternate dispute resolution” methods such as "arbitration" in which a private arbitrator would make the decision, or “mediation” which is a type of structured meeting with the parties and an independent third party who works to help them fashion an agreement among themselves.


 

 


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