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September 2011
Tim Bilecki

Accusations Against Army Captain for Beating His Wife Deemed Not Credible

Aggravated Assault, Communicating a Threat of Murder
Camp Casey, Korea
Army Captain - O-3
No court martial charges preferred.

An Army Captain stationed in Korea was investigated for allegedly hitting his spouse multiple times in the face, legs, and hips with both his hands and a belt, failing to provide his spouse with adequate support, and threatening to kill her if she reported the alleged violence to authorities.

While under investigation, the Army Captain retained Korea court martial defense attorney Tim Bilecki to represent him.  After being brought on the case, we investigated and aggressively fought this case, showing that our client’s wife fabricated and grossly exaggerated the majority of the allegations in order to leverage her husband into providing additional financial support for her.  Upon discovering this information, much of which was in the form of text messages and other electronic communications, we began discussing an alternative resolution of the case that did not involve a criminal court martial.    

While this process was lengthy, after several months of investigation and negotiations, the command and prosecution realized that these allegations were mostly false and their complainant lacked credulity.  Ultimately, no criminal charges were ever preferred against our client.

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