May 2019 Location: Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Rank: Navy E-3 Charges: False Official Statement Solicitation Result: Unanimous Verdict – No Basis for Misconduct at ADSEP. Retained. Military defense attorney Tim Bilecki was retained to represent a Navy Petty Officer at an administrative separation board after the Sailor was accused of violating article 107, UCMJ
Court Martial Case Results
We win military jury trials! Over 250 Successful Court Martial Cases.
The following are the results of the recent cases that Bilecki Law Group has defended.
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Court Martial lawyer Timothy Bilecki has been practicing law since 2002. He was a defense attorney in Miami, FL, a Trial Defense Services attorney in the United States Army, a Senior Defense Counsel in the Army, and has been a civilian defense counsel since 2010. He has tried over 250 court-martial cases all over the world with a simply unmatched record.
We share all our case results – the wins and the losses – to show you the type of cases we take on, how we prepare and try cases, and our record. We invite you to compare it against anyone.
DISCLAIMER: It is important to remember that while some cases may appear similar to others, all cases are unique. Success in one case does not guarantee success in another. We do not guarantee a certain outcome. To do so violates the Rules of Professional Responsibility. In addition, the results of a case are determined by a variety of factors, including facts and evidence presented, whether the client follows counsel recommendations and the stage in the proceedings at which our services are retained.
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Major Clarence Anderson III was living what many would consider the American dream. He was a squadron commander stationed at Holloman Air Force base, was married to a special education teacher, and raising a daughter. In 2013, everything changed. The trouble began for Anderson when he discovered his wife, Kendra, was having an affair. Anderson
Soldiers and their families stationed at Fort Hood, TX should be concerned over recent finding of an investigation into the Criminal Investigation Command (CID) detachment at the base that has shown serious problems surrounding the Army’s management of CID units and personnel. The fact-finding investigation looked at resourcing, policies and procedures of the 6th Military
March 2021 Location: Marine Core Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Rank: Marine E-4 Charges: Possession, Importation and Distribution of a Controlled Substance. Result: Special Court Martial. 30 days confinement No punitive discharge. Our client was accused of being a main distributor and seller of controlled substance analogues which were being purchased off-base, brought onto the military installation,
February 2021 Location: Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia Rank: Navy E-5 Charges: Larceny. Result: No Confinement, No Punitive Discharge. Our client was a Navy Submariner who was responsible for processing the administrative paperwork for payments to Sailors who were required to evacuate for Hurricane Irma. In order to receive reimbursement, service members are required to fill
February 2021 Location: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Rank: Army 0-5 Charges: Sexual Assault. Result: Sexual Assault Charges Dismissed. No confinement. No Felony Conviction. Full Retirement. . A retirement eligible Army Field Grade officer was charged at a general court martial with two specifications of wrongful sexual contact, three specifications of assault, two specifications of obstruction of