Kevin O'Grady

Kevin O'Grady

Law Office of Kevin O'Grady, LLC

1136 Union Mall
Suite 808
Honolulu, HI 98813

Phone: 808-521-3367


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About Kevin O'Grady

Kevin O’Grady is licensed in Arizona and Hawaii, both in state and federal courts, as well as the United States Northern District Federal court of Texas and the Ninth U.S. Court of Appeals. He has been a United States Army Officer and Judge Advocate since 2002 and is currently in the Army Reserves. He represents clients primarily in traffic, excessive speeding, DUI/ OVUII, misdemeanor, felony, appellate, and military matters, including crimes committed on military installations, for civilians, and for servicemembers, he is the U.S. Legal Shield attorney for the state of Hawaii and he also participates in Second Amendment Litigation (right to keep and bear arms). 2012 Summer Session Graduate; 2013 Summer Session Graduate; 2014 Summer Session Graduate; 2015 Summer Session Graduate; 2016 Summer Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate; 2018 Summer Session Graduate; 2019 Summer Session Graduate

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