Tim Bilecki

Report Finds Changes to Article 32 Hearing During Obama Years Worse Than Realized

The Article 32 preliminary hearing once served as a protection against frivolous court-martial cases and a discovery tool for service members accused of a crime. Today, those protections have all but disappeared under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 (FY14 NDAA), a set of changes which have twisted the time-honored Article 32 into a shadow of …

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Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy to Retire in July

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced last Wednesday his resignation from the U.S. Supreme Court, leaving behind a politically charged vacancy that is sure to generate news headlines for months to come. Justice Kennedy, who turns 83 next month, arrived at the White House yesterday to hand-deliver his letter of resignation to President Donald Trump. Mr. …

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Texas Mom Shoots Carjacker as He Tries to Drive Off with Her Kids In the Backseat

A Texas mother of two who was paying for gas at a local Dallas Shell station did not hesitate to shoot a carjacker who was attempting to steal her vehicle with her children in the back seat. The incident occurred around 10:00 PM along Interstate 35. Michelle Booker-Hicks was paying her gas bill when she …

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Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Reckless Driving & More Charges | Case Results

ALL CHARGES WITHDRAWN AND DISMISSED June 2018 Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Army E-6 Charges: Attempted Murder Aggravated Assault Reckless Driving Destruction of Government Property Result: All Charges Withdrawn and Dismissed the morning of trial. A Soldier was arrested for attempted murder by the Honolulu Police Department after hitting another Soldier with his car in a Waikiki …

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Marine E-5 – Fraternization, Drinking on Duty and More | Case Result

June 2018 Rank: Marine E-5 Location:  Camp Hansen, Okinawa Charges: False Official Statement Fraternization Drinking on Duty Unauthorized Absence Result:   Matter disposed of at NJP A female Marine was charged at a Special Court-Martial after allegedly drinking with a Marine E-8 while in uniform during duty hours at that Terra Restaurant on Camp Foster, …

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Soldier (Army E-4) with Dropped Charges of Sexual Assault and Violence

SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS DROPPED, DV MATTER DISPOSED OF AT NJP May 2018 Location: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Rank: Army E-4 Charges: Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Result: Sexual Assault Allegations Dropped, DV Matter disposed of at NJP An Army E-4 was accused of sexual assault and domestic violence by his wife while the two were going through …

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Attempted Sexual Assault and Lewd Act on a Child, Possession of Child Pornography

May 2018 Location: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Rank: Army E-5 Charges: Attempted Sexual Assault on a Child Attempted Lewd Act on a Child Possession of Child Pornography Result: Pre-Trial Agreement, NG Attempted Sexual Assault of a Child, G Attempted Lewd Act of Child, NG Possession of Child Pornography. 12-month confinement cap. Our client, an Army E-5, …

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BAH Fraud of Over $300,000 | Case Results

April 2018 Location Yongsan, South Korea Branch of Service Army – O-3 Charges BAH Fraud of over $300,000. Result Client Not Criminally Charged, resolved with GOMOR. No Federal Conviction. An Army O-3 was under investigation for defrauding the government of over $300,000 of BAH funds. Timothy Bilecki was retained on the case during the initial …

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