The Naval Legal Office is located at Bldg. 1180 aboard Port Hueneme and offers a wide range of free legal advice and services for active services, retirees and family members. Legal assistance is provided by appointment from Tuesday to Thursday (emergencies can be seen at any time). Notarial services are offered without appointment from Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. They can be reached by phone at 805-982-3124. The Office of Naval Legal Services (NLSO) offers the following services: If you have been notified of pending charges at Ventura County Naval Base, you have the right to choose your defense attorney. Attorney Patrick J. McLain is a retired Marine Corps attorney and judge who is ready to help you defend yourself against the charges against you.
Call today to schedule your free phone consultation. The Ventura County Naval Base provides the Pacific Fleet with an all-in-one mobilization site, including a deep-water port, railroads, and airfield. NBVC is the only deep-water port between Los Angeles and San Francisco. With nearly 100 tenant commandos, NVBC is a diverse facility that supports both maritime and air specializations. Three war centers are located at Ventura County Naval Base, the Arms Division of the Naval Air Warfare Center, the Port Hueneme Division of the Surface Naval Warfare Center, and the Naval and Expeditionary War Facility Engineering Center. NBVC is known as the home of the “Seabees”, the shipbuilding battalions. If you are convicted by court martial, you have another opportunity to challenge your conviction. You have the right to file a complaint and, in many cases, the appeal review is triggered automatically.
From trial to appeal, you have the right to a civil defense lawyer. Mon – Thu 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Fri 8:00 am – 12:30 pm Mon – Thu Lunch break 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Sat – Closed Sun – Closed Holidays – Closed The extrajudicial sanction (NJP) is an administrative procedure initiated by your commander. Although this is not a formal criminal trial, a conviction could have significant consequences. Also called captain`s mast or admiral`s mast in the navy, these trials are less formal than a court martial. There are fewer restrictions on the admissibility of evidence or testimony. If you are found guilty, you have the right to appeal in the chain of command. Legal Office – Services 1000 23rd Avenue Building 1180 Port Hueneme, CA 93042 Grey Law of Ventura County (805) 685-22663585 Maple Street Suite 126Ventura, CA 93003Elder Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) consists of three operational facilities – Point Mugu, Port Hueneme and San Nicolas Island. NBVC is strategically located in Southern California and was founded in 2000 when the Point Mugu and Port Hueneme commands were merged into a single command with three physical locations, including San Nicolas Island. Including San Nicholas Island, Ventura County Naval Base covers more than 19,400 acres in Ventura County, California.
Point Mugu and Port Hueneme are about 10 miles apart. Both facilities are accessible via SR-1/Pacific Coast Highway. San Nicholas Island is located about 60 miles offshore and is only accessible by authorized personnel. NBVC supports a population of approximately 19,000 employees.