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March 2021
Tim Bilecki

Bilecki Negotiates Pre-Trial Agreement for Soldier Entangled in Multiple Charges

Violations of Articles 86 (AWOL), 90 (Disobeying a Superior Commissioned Officer), 112 (Drunk on Duty), and 115 (Malingering)
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
Army Private E-2
Chapter 10 approved.

An Army Private E-2 at Schofield Barracks faced court martial charges, including:

  • AWOL (UCMJ Article 86),
  • Disobeying an Officer (UCMJ Article 90),
  • Drunk on Duty (UCMJ Article 112), and
  • Malingering (UMCJ Article 115).

Complicating matters further were allegations of domestic violence by his wife.

The Soldier engaged a Hawaii court martial lawyer Timothy Bilecki to defend him. Through meticulous investigation and advocacy, the legal team was able to demonstrate that the accusations of malingering and domestic violence were unfounded. With these allegations discredited, the focus shifted to negotiating a pretrial agreement. The result was a Chapter 10 discharge, an administrative solution allowing for the withdrawal and dismissal of all charges in exchange for the Soldier’s separation from the Army.

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