Court Martial Defense Attorney
Serving Military Members Who Are Charged with Criminal Offenses
Here at The Bilecki Law Group, LLC, military justice and courts-martial are our only areas of practice and we will not accept any other type of case. Our founding attorney, Timothy J. Bilecki, is passionately dedicated to providing US Service members with the highest quality of heavy-hitting criminal defense representation, and our firm accepts court martial and military law clients from around the world. If you have been charged with a military offense, do not hesitate to call the law firm who you can count on for focused and committed legal defense.
Our legal team aggressively defends Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who are suspected of crimes or under investigation before they are charged with the intent of avoiding charges, and we will do everything in our power to help you avoid the penalties of a criminal conviction. We have the experience and firepower that is needed to level the playing field between you and the government, and we can handle the following cases and more.
High Profile Cases
If you have been accused of a crime while serving as a member of the United States Army, Military, Coast Guard or Navy, there is a good chance that you will be required to deal with reporters, newspapers and other media outlets. Our firm is highly experienced at defending the rights of military members in high-profile cases and will work with the media to protect your good name.
Being accused of a sex crime can put your career, your freedom and your future at risk. You can't afford to be without a skilled military defense lawyer at this time, and The Bilecki Law Group, LLC can fight your charges with hard-hitting defense.
Article 120 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice defines "rape and carnal knowledge" and outlines the penalties for each of these crimes. If you are suspected of sexual assault or rape in the military, you will need an aggressive defense attorney who can take on the government and defend your rights.
Have you been accused of violating Article 134 by possessing, distributing or transporting child pornography? A child pornography conviction will stay with you for the rest of your life, and you must take swift action if you are facing accusations involving a child pornography crime.
Have you "confessed" to a crime? Many court martial attorneys use a confession as an excuse to beg the prosecutor for a guilty plea, but our firm has tools and strategies to help you expose these "confessions" for what they really are. We fight hard to give you the best chance at winning your trial, and we know what tactics the prosecution will use against you.
If you have been accused of a violent crime, you must be aware that military prosecutors go to great lengths to convict service members who are charged with crimes of this nature. The government will call in expert witnesses to try and put you in prison, and you must have a skilled court martial attorney who has a detailed understanding of the evidence that may be used against you in trial.
Mr. Bilecki started his defense career in Miami where he was exposed to the rigors of defending serious international drug trafficking cases. If you have been charged with a drug crime as a military member, you must secure the help of a military defense attorney who will work hard to protect your rights. Many military attorneys systematically plead guilty for their clients, but we will fight for a favorable outcome.
Larceny & Financial Fraud
Our firm aggressively defends service members who are facing larceny and financial fraud charges such as barracks larceny and BAH/OHA fraud. If you have been accused of fraud, theft, mail fraud, or theft of government property, do not hesitate to call a court martial lawyer at our firm.
Desertion & AWOL
When a service member is absent without leave from military service, the situation can become complicated and may result in imprisonment and punitive discharge. If you are currently AWOL, we highly recommend that you take action to protect your rights by consulting a military defense lawyer at our firm.
Non-judicial punishment (NJP) may be applied to service members who have committed minor violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. If you have been offered an Article 15 or a NJP, you have the right to turn it down and demand a court martial. This can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case, so call a court martial lawyer at our firm today.
Call a court martial defense attorney who will fight for you!
The Bilecki Law Group, LLC has experience defending cases worldwide on the behalf of service members who are accused of a crime or violation. We have the resources and legal intelligence to aggressively defend your rights and we believe that you deserve the highest quality of legal representation available.
Contact a court martial attorney at our firm today to discuss all of your options and how you can successfully defeat your charges.