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Bilecki Law Group
A global boutique law firm defending military service members
The Bilecki Law Group is a boutique law firm that specializes in at-trial court martial representation and giving the military justice system the fight it wasn’t expecting. This is how you preserve your career, retirement, and freedom. This is how you win.
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UCMJ Investigation or Court Martial, What Happens Next?
You’re not here for leisurely reading, so let’s get right to it. You’re here because yourself or someone you love is facing an investigation or eventual court martial. Your Command or JAG has likely told you that you are innocent until proven guilty, but that is not the truth. There is a presumption of guilt building against you within the military justice system as we speak. The court martial process is daunting as it is complex, and commands use this to their advantage. They want to scare you away from the one path that will lead you to exoneration. That is, they want to make you stand down when you should stand up and fight. We provide no-nonsense information that can help you understand what you are facing.
You’ll know what you are up against, and you’ll know how to fight back. So, let’s take a look at what you could be facing:
We Win Military Court Martial Trials
defense so aggressive that it’s almost wrong not to call it an offense.
They don’t control the courtroom, we do.
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A Winning Mindset
What You’re Up Against
Why going it alone with JAG representation doesn’t work
The military justice system is not a neutral battlefield. Make no mistake about it, this turf belongs to the military justice system and there is no such thing as blind justice. If the military wanted to ensure justice and provide for a fair trial, it would give both the prosecution and the defense equal resources. This is not the case. The military justice system wins trials the same way the military wins battles. They overwhelm their enemy (you) with more problems than any one service member can solve at once. Here’s how they stack the deck against you.
The Cost Of Your Defense
The military justice system is a bully and the answer for bullies has always been the same. A punch to the mouth is all they understand and it’s a shock to the system when you fight back.
Competence, Experience, and The Results You Are Looking For
Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia 2021: A Navy submariner was processing administrative paperwork to wire funds into the accounts of sailors evacuated for hurricane Irma. The Sailor made the poor decision to wire some of those funds to his own account. This included the Commanding Officer’s funds! NCIS investigated, and the sailor made a full confession. Yes, he admitted he was guilty and he was indeed guilty. The original plea was for reduction in rank to E-1, confinement, and a punitive discharge. With so much to lose, he called Tim Bilecki. Bilecki flew to Norfolk and the end results after a masterful argument was only a reduction of one pay grade, NO CONFINEMENT, NO PUNITIVE DISCHARGE. The young man is still serving in the Navy today.
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 2021: An Army field grade officer who was eligible for retirement was indicted for wrongful sexual conduct, three specifications of assault, two specifications of obstruction, one specification of sexual harassment, and one specification of conduct unbecoming an officer. The officer smartly called Tim Bilecki while the case was still under investigation. Tim got involved early and it’s a good thing he did. The Army was seeking a felony conviction, sex offender registration, prison time, and a dismissal from the Army with no retirement. After months of aggressive negotiations, Tim got all sexual assault charges dropped, the client would not receive a felony conviction, and was able to retire from the Army with all benefits intact.
Okinawa, Japan 2019: A Marine Corporal was catfished by a 15-year-old girl who was posing as an adult online. When he found out her age, he broke off the relationship. Due to her claims, the case was investigated and charges were never preferred. Then, with one month left in the Marine’s enlistment, the military informed him that they were administratively separating him for child pornography and sexual assault of a minor. The Marine could have exited the military in shame, but thankfully, Marines know how to fight. He called the Bilecki Law Group and Tim Bilecki flew to Okinawa. The result: the separation board UNANIMOUSLY found no basis for misconduct.
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