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September 2018
Tim Bilecki

Marine Resolved Stalking and Assault Allegations by Wife Without Conviction

Article 120a (Stalking), Article 128 (Assault), Article 134 (Disorderly Conduct)
Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, Hawaii
Marine Corps Staff Sergeant – E-6
Military matters resolved without a criminal conviction.

A Marine Corps Staff Sergeant faced allegations of assault, stalking, and disorderly conduct, charges brought forth by his spouse. These accusations placed him under scrutiny in both military and state courts, the latter involving a violation of a temporary restraining order (TRO) in Honolulu, Hawaii. Court martial defense attorney Tim Bilecki took on the case and upon investigation, found that the complainant appeared to have motivations to falsify her claims, aiming to secure an upper hand in ongoing family court disputes against the Staff Sergeant.

In response to these findings, Bilecki engaged directly with the senior military prosecutor overseeing the case. Through negotiation, they reached a pre-preferral agreement, a type of plea deal made before formal charges are preferred. Such agreements can be beneficial, especially when secured early in the investigative process, allowing for the use of gathered intelligence to negotiate favorable terms with the prosecution. This strategic move aimed to prevent the preferral of charges, offering the Staff Sergeant an opportunity resolves the case without facing criminal charges, thereby avoiding a conviction.

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