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June 2019
Girish K

False Statement and Solicitation to Commit Offense Charges Resolved at ADSEP

Violation of Article 107 (Making a False Official Statement) and Article 134 (Solicitation to Commit an Offense)
Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Hawaii
Navy Petty Officer Second Class – E-5
No basis for misconduct, Petty Officer retained in the Navy.

In June 2019, a Navy Petty Officer Second Class stationed at Marine Corps Base Hawaii faced charges under Article 107 for making a false official statement and soliciting another to commit an offense.

In response to these allegations, the Petty Officer retained court martial attorney Tim Bilecki. Bilecki’s legal expertise was instrumental in preventing the charges from escalating to criminal proceedings. Instead, the case was addressed through an Administrative Separation Board.

At the board, Bilecki represented the Petty Office and challenged the basis of the allegations. The defense strategy included a comprehensive examination of the evidence and testimony of government witnesses aimed at disproving the charges and demonstrating the Petty Officer’s compliance with Navy regulations.

The ADSEP Board found no basis for separation, allowing the Petty Officer to continue his service in the Navy. This outcome highlighted the effectiveness of the legal representation in successfully defending against the allegations.

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