Military Drug Crime Lawyer
Court Martial Lawyer in Hawaii, Korea, Okinawa, Japan and Worldwide
The Bilecki Law Group defends service members accused of the full spectrum of drug offenses. From relatively minor positive urinalysis charges to international drug trafficking, we have the experience, street smarts and tenacity to take on drug offenses at all levels. Every
criminal defense attorney at our firm approaches each case with a dedication and a commitment to the protection of the client's rights. We are motivated by our past successes and strive for the best results every time; we are confident that our defense strategy can produce desired case outcomes.
Over a decade ago, Mr. Bilecki began his defense career in Miami, Florida, and was exposed to the rigors of defending serious international drug trafficking cases. This included being part of the defense team responsible for suppressing a DEA seizure of over 400,000 pills of ecstasy. Mr. Bilecki has also successfully fought numerous positive urinalysis cases in the military and has recently spearheaded the defense of "Spice" cases in the Pacific, including winning successful motion in Japan that declared the general order prohibiting "Spice" illegal, winning a motion declaring the Air Force AFI unlawful and obtaining a recent full acquittal in a "Spice" case.
In drug cases, the reality is that most members of military law enforcement could care less about the Constitution, the Bill of Right, or the UCMJ. CID, NCIS and OSI agents charged with eliminating drugs or contraband in the military tend to search first, and come up with a legal justification later. In a recent case, Mr. Bilecki was able to get one deceptive CID agent in Okinawa,
Japan to actually admit that he altered a Consent to Search form after the accused signed it. In that case, all charges were dismissed.
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Contact a Military Lawyer To Fight Your Drug Charges
The military law enforcement's quest to push all controlled substances out of the military has actually eroded the Constitutional rights that service members are sworn to uphold and protect; in particular, the right to be free from random, arbitrary, and harassing police interference. Because most free military defense attorneys systematically plead their clients guilty, law enforcement agents know that an illegal search followed by even the sloppiest of investigations will typically result in a guilty plea where their work, credibility and methods will not be tested under the crucible of cross-examination.
If you are suspected of or are currently facing drug-related charges, from a positive urinalysis to international drug trafficking, do not leave your future to an inexperienced lawyer looking to plead your case at the first opportunity. Call The Bilecki Law Group today and speak with a drug crimes defense attorney.
If you have been charged with a drug crime, contact a military drug crime defense lawyer at The Bilecki Law Group to discuss your options, not just a guilty plea.