Court Martial Lawyer: High Profile Cases
Defense in Military & Court Martial Cases
If you are a member of the United States Army, Marines, Navy or Coast Guard facing a criminal offense, your case could become prominent in such a way that you are required to deal with reporters, newspapers and other media outlets. At The Bilecki Law Group, court martial lawyer Timothy Bilecki is extremely experienced in leveraging the media and working to help you avoid the spotlight, if necessary.
When you choose a military defense lawyer, your choice of attorney should always put your needs and the interests of your case first. Working with the media, making public statements, handling press releases and other necessary actions of a high profile case are included in a skill set that your legal representative must possess in order to effectively manage your defense. When your future depends upon the outcome of a case, you need to be able to count on your defense lawyer's ability to strategically work with the media in a way that furthers your best interests.
Defending Your Rights in High Profile Cases
No matter what court martial charges you are facing, you deserve to have excellent and dedicated representation who will work with you and your case to help maximize your chances of achieving the goals you have set for your case. An experienced military lawyer will be able to evaluate your case in order to help ensure that necessary steps are taken to either avoid television and media exposure or work with media to help protect your good name.
The firm handles cases involving sex crimes, child pornography,
AWOL and other types of offenses. Your rights and future are extremely important and must be protected. The sooner you are able to speak with a lawyer about your charges, the sooner you could be able to be working toward a positive outcome in your case. Our
court martial defense firm serves clients worldwide in Hawaii, Korea, Okinawa, Japan, Guam, Germany, Iraq and more!
Contact a military defense attorney
at The Bilecki Law Group, LLLC to discuss your legal options. You do not simply have to plead guilty - contact the firm to learn more.