Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
Mission
The Staff Judge Advocate will provide comprehensive, timely and responsive legal support to the Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Air Station New River, and all the Marines and other authorized personnel aboard the Air Station.  Commanders will be provided all legal support necessary to effectively and efficiently exercise command and control over their units.  Support to commanders will focus on administrative law, civil law, and ethics to ensure good order, discipline, and a high state of military readiness. 

 

Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
Maj Kevin L. Hoffman USMC
Staff Judge Advocate
COMM: (910) 449-7156
DSN: 752-7156
            
CURRENTLY VACANT
Deputy Staff Judge Advocate

COMM:  (910) 449-7167
DSN:  752-7167
Cpl Stephanie E. Grundmann USMC
Legal Chief

COMM: (910) 449-7157            
DSN: 752-7157                              
 
Mr. William Yables Jr.
Paralegal Specialist and 
Installation Victim Witness Liaison Officer

COMM: (910) 449-7159 
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
0730-1130 and 1300-1630

 

CLOSED ALL
FEDERAL HOLIDAYS:

  • New Years - January 1
  • M. L. Kings Jr. Birthday - Third Monday in January
  • Presidents Day - Third Monday in February
  • Memorial Day - Last Monday in May
  • Independence Day - 4 July
  • Labor Day - First Monday in September
  • Columbus Day - Second Monday in October
  • Veterans Day - 11 November
  • Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November
  • Christmas - 25 December

Direction to building AS-216
From the Main Gate:

  1. Head southeast (straight through the Air Station) on Curtis Rd. toward the Station Theater and Chapel.    
  2. Turn right onto Bancroft St. just past the Station Post Office.
  • If you see the Bowling Alley you have just passed the road.
  • The Staff Judge Advocate's Office is the second building from the end next to MAG-26.

 

Whistleblower Protection/Prohibited Personnel Practices

The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) is an independent agency that protects federal employees from prohibited personnel practices, including whistleblower retaliation and unlawful hiring practices.  OSC also provides an independent, secure channel for disclosing and resolving wrongdoing in federal agencies.

The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 and the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2012 provide the right for all covered federal employees to make whistleblower disclosures and to ensure that employees are protected from whistleblower retaliation.  The Dr. Chris Kirkpatrick Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017 and OSC’s Reauthorization Act of 2017 further enhanced and reinforced these rights and protections. 

Whistleblowing is defined as the disclosure of information that an employee reasonably believes evidences:  a violation of any law, rule or regulation; gross mismanagement; gross waste of funds; an abuse authority; a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety; or censorship related to scientific research or analysis.  Employees may make lawful disclosures to anyone, including, for example, management officials, the Inspector General of an agency, and/or OSC.

Encl 1 - Prohibited Personnel Practices
Encl 2 - Whistleblowing
Encl 3 - Your Rights as a Federal Employee
Encl 4 - Whistleblower Retaliation
Encl 5 - Know Your Rights When Reporting Wrongs
 

 

 

Contact Us

Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (OSJA)
Marine Corps Air Station New River
P.O. Box 21002
Jacksonville, NC 28545-1002
COMM: (910) 449-7158
DSN: 752
FAX: (910) 449-6096

Other section within OSJA building:
Legal Assistance:   (910) 449-6169                        

 

 

Services\Hours


Disclaimer: The information on this site is for informational purposes only and does not represent legal advice from an attorney or the Legal Assistance Office.

Normal Weekly Events:
(Subject to Change without Notice)

Marine Corps Air Station New River

Legal Assistance Office
910-449-6169

Hours of Operation
Open Wednesday - Friday
0730 - 1130 and 1300 - 1600

Client Walk-Ins
(Consumer Law, Landlord/Tenant Disputes, Military Rights and Benefits, Name Changes, Step-Parent Adoptions, Debt Collection, Crime Victim Assistance, Child Custody, Service Member Civil Relief Act)
 Friday only 0730-0930

 Notary Services
Open Wednesday through Friday
0730 - 1130 and 1300 - 1545

Wills / Power of Attorney Brief
Every Friday at 1000
[0945 Check In Time]

Unit Briefs available on Request

*-Subject to change without notice.  Please call to confirm.

Civil Processing: 0900-1000, Thurs.