Alabama General Practice: Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Labor and Employment, Personal Affairs, Wills and Estates
Attorney Everett Urech served as a U.S. Army aviator in the Vietnam War and later served as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) officer. Mr. Urech also served as the chief legal officer at Fort Rucker and was a former military judge. He is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court and all federal and state courts in Alabama. He serves as a federal criminal law panel attorney for Alabama’s Middle District.
Before studying law, Attorney Alfred Livaudais served as an army aviator for 21 years, flying helicopters in the U.S., Europe and Northern Iraq during the 1991 Gulf War. After retirement from the military in 1994, Mr. Livaudais attended and graduated from Tulane University School of Law and is now licensed to practice in Alabama and Louisiana.
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