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November 2019
Tim Bilecki

Bilecki Gets SILT for Marine PFC Facing Cocaine and Sexual Assault Charges

Failed Urinalysis for Cocaine, Sexual Assault, Breaking Restriction
Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, Hawaii
Marine Private First Class – E-2
SILT approved.

A Marine Private First Class at Marine Corps Base Hawaii found himself under investigation for several serious offenses: a failed urinalysis test indicating cocaine use, an allegation of sexual assault, and breaking restrictions.

The convergence of these allegations posed a significant threat to his military career and freedom. In response to these challenges, the Private First Class retained a Hawaii court martial attorney Tim Bilecki.

Bilecki’s team undertook negotiations to address the multiple allegations in a comprehensive manner. The defense strategy involved arranging a Separation in Lieu of Trial (SILT), a course of action aimed at resolving the various charges in a way that circumvented the potential for more severe punitive outcomes.

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