Our Legal Services at USCG Sector Puget Sound in the Seattle, WA Area

On July 30, 2010, the merger of USCG Group Port Angeles and USCG Sector Seattle gave rise to USCG Sector Puget Sound. This consolidation centralized operational command for all Coast Guard resources within the Port Puget Sound area of responsibility under a unified leadership.

At Mangan Law, our military legal expertise covers criminal investigations, administrative matters, and UCMJ actions, with a special focus on representing individuals at USCG Sector Puget Sound and in the Seattle, WA Area.

Why Choose Sean Mangan?

When your career is under attack, don’t settle for average representation. This is your life and your future. Opt for the best—choose Sean Mangan. He’s not your typical ex-JAG military law attorney; he’s a renowned expert in the field. With an illustrious 24-year active-duty Army career and over 30 years in law and criminal justice, Sean brings unparalleled experience. Having navigated the military and criminal justice systems at all levels, from street to courtroom, local to federal courts, Sean has a comprehensive perspective. He’s not just a trial attorney; he’s been on both sides, handling appeals, and presiding as a Military Judge and Magistrate.

Beyond the courtroom, Sean’s background as a former law enforcement officer and Professor of Military Criminal Law at the ABA-Certified JAG School sets him apart. He has also served as a Senior Criminal Law Policy Attorney, advising Pentagon leaders. Sean Mangan’s expertise is truly unmatched.

USCG Sector Puget Sound Military Defense Lawyer

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Mangan Law is your go-to for more than just a military defense attorney; it’s the choice for a committed ally, an experienced strategist, and a passionate advocate. Need legal help in USCG Sector Puget Sound or the Seattle, WA Area? Call our military defense law firm at (360) 908-2203.

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USCG Puget Sound Facts

U.S. Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound
Description Coast Guard sector responsible for the Puget Sound area
Formation Formed in 2010 by combining USCG Group Port Angeles and USCG Sector Seattle
Area of Responsibility Covers 3,500 square miles of waterways including the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound, and inland waters extending into Idaho and Montana
Major Ports Overseen Seattle, Everett, and Tacoma, forming the 3rd largest shipping port in the U.S.
Ferry System Manages the largest ferry system in the U.S., the Washington State Ferries, with 23 ferries transporting nearly 25 million passengers annually
Vessel Traffic Service Largest in the U.S., part of the cooperative U.S.-Canada vessel traffic system, monitoring over 218,000 annual vessel transits
Personnel Over 780 active duty, reserve, and civilian personnel, and over 600 Coast Guard Auxiliary volunteers
Annual Operating Budget Approximately $4.1 million

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