Court Martial Defense Blog

  • Fraternization: What are the Penalties?

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 12-Mar-2015

    When you are employed in the military, there are many additional rules and regulations that you must follow that civilians are not privy to. One of the most important things in the Armed Forces is the chain of command between superior officers and their subordinates. This regulated chain of command ensures that each person does their job and is aware of who they answer to during the course of ...
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  • Why Hire a Civilian Attorney?

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

    When you are facing court martial, it means that you have been accused of a crime by either civilian or military standards. In such a stressful time, you must remember that there are severe implications that can be found on your criminal and military. That is why you need to make sure that you have the best possible legal representation by your side. While the government may provide you with a ...
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  • Military Law: What is Insubordination?

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 12-Feb-2015

    The military has a strict sense of organization that allows everyone to recognize who their subordinates and superiors are. This chain of command allows the military to perform duties in a succinct and effective manner while being clear about overall responsibilities. When this chain of command is broken, the servicemember that is accused of assaulting, disobeying, or disrespecting a superior is ...
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  • The Court Martial Process: What You Need To Know

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 30-Jan-2015

    Court martial is the equivalent of a criminal trial for members of the military facing charges such as conspiracy, espionage, manslaughter, or robbery, as outlined in the "Punitive Articles" section of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Some crimes are similar to those that civilians can be charged with, while others are specific to the military. The military has three kinds of courts ...
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  • Attorney Bilecki Achieves Lead Counsel Rating for Military Law

    Posted By Bilecki & Tipon, LLLC || 3-Dec-2014

    Bilecki & Tipton, LLLC is happy to announce the continued achievement of the Lead Counsel Rating in Military Law by Attorney Timothy Bilecki. The Lead Counsel Rating provides an objective and comprehensive review of attorneys across a variety of practice areas. This establishes Attorney Bilecki as an legal professional who is dedicated to his clients and his craft who provides skilled service ...
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