Court Martial Defense Blog

  • Anna Mulrine Has Picked the Wrong Cause

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 2-Jul-2015

    In a report that claims female privates in the military are so underpaid that they must resort to prostitution to survive, an unsettling discovery if it’s true, journalist Anna Mulrine has decided to focus on going after the men that solicited them rather than calling out the true issue. If women in the military really are struggling this much, then they would be much better served by their ...
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  • Two Year Prison Sentence for Prostitution in the Military

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 29-Jun-2015

    SFC Gregory McQueen was recently sentenced to two years in prison and demoted for allegedly soliciting female privates for prostitution. Yet this apparently was not enough for his prosecutors, who are in disbelief that McQueen did not receive the five year sentence they were fighting for. In a civilian court, however, soliciting a prostitute would have resulted in a penalty of far less than even a ...
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  • Soldier Turns to Prostitution to Feed Family

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 26-Jun-2015

    According to the media, large numbers of female Soldiers active in the military are claim to be so poor that they must resort to prostitution in order to feed their infant children. That’s ridiculous. Their proposed solution? — Five years of prison for the officer who allegedly solicited these female Soldiers and a public outcry when he received two years in prison. Instead of going ...
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  • Using a flawed survey with an incredibly small pool of soldiers to begin with and grossly misused statistics, the GAO, the investigative arm of congress, is now trying to convince the population as well as officials within the military that male on male sexual assault is a rampant problem among the ranks. While hazing may indeed be somewhat of an issue, blanketing it all under the term of sexual ...
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  • After conducting a logically faulty survey based on hypothetical scenarios and hearsay, the GAO has come to the conclusion that male on male sexual assault in the military is a prevalent problem. They state that so few male Soldiers come forward about being sexually assaulted because of a sense of shame. Perhaps, however, since the GAO has no real evidence to suggest otherwise, almost no male ...
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