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April 2009
Tim Bilecki

Court Martial Charges Against Army CSM Dropped in Adultery Case

Adultery, Misuse of Government Property, Assault
Camp Casey, Korea
Army Command Sergeant Major - E-9
No Court-Martial charges preferred

Maximum Sentence:

  • Client never charged

An Army Command Sergeant Major stationed at Camp Casey, Korea was accused of adultery with a Filipina woman, misuse of government property and assault. The government threatened to charge the CSM with a court martial, jeopardizing his career and million-dollar retirement.

Tim Bilecki, a worldwide court martial attorney, investigated the matter and uncovered the nefarious motives of the Filipina woman. Mr. Bilecki then told prosecutors that court-martial charges would necessitate a fully contested jury trial exposing various foreign national witnesses.

The defense was prepared to travel to the Philippines to investigate the case when the government relented and decided against court-martialing the CSM.

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