Court Martial Case Results

We win military jury trials! Over 250 Successful Court Martial Cases.


The following are the results of the recent cases that Bilecki Law Group has defended.

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Court Martial lawyer Timothy Bilecki has been practicing law since 2002. He was a defense attorney in Miami, FL, a Trial Defense Services attorney in the United States Army, a Senior Defense Counsel in the Army, and has been a civilian defense counsel since 2010. He has tried over 250 court-martial cases all over the world with a simply unmatched record.

We share all our case results – the wins and the losses – to show you the type of cases we take on, how we prepare and try cases, and our record. We invite you to compare it against anyone.

DISCLAIMER: It is important to remember that while some cases may appear similar to others, all cases are unique. Success in one case does not guarantee success in another. We do not guarantee a certain outcome. To do so violates the Rules of Professional Responsibility. In addition, the results of a case are determined by a variety of factors, including facts and evidence presented, whether the client follows counsel recommendations and the stage in the proceedings at which our services are retained.

Case results are only posted with the informed consent of the client. Please call us at (813) 669-3500 if you have any questions, need clarification, or would like additional case results and/or referrals.

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Sexual Offense | Drug Cases | Larceny & Financial Fraud | Violent Crimes | Desertion & AWOL | Court Martial Cases

Sexual Assault | Case Result

October 2020 Location: Osan Air Force Base, Korea Rank: Air Force E-6 Charges: Sexual Assault . Result: Sexual Assault Charges withdrawn and dismissed prior to trial. An Air Force Technical Sergeant retained Military Attorney Tim Bilecki after he was accused of sexual assault.  After a night of drinking with his peers and a female friend,

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Sexual Assault | Case Result

October 2020 Location: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Rank: Army E-6 Charges: Sexual Assault. Result: :  No Court Martial Charges. An Army Staff Sergeant stationed at Schofield Barracks retained civilian defense counsel Tim Bilecki to represent him during a sexual assault investigation.  Our office conducted an independent investigation, ensured that our client did not make any statements

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Adultery and Fraternization | Case Result

October 2020 Location: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Rank: Army E-7 Charges: Adultery and Fraternization. Result: No Court Martial Charges Preferred. An Army Sergeant First Class was caught by his wife having sex with a Second Lieutenant in his chain of command.  His wife recorded the situation and turned it into his command.  Military attorney Tim Bilecki

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BAH Fraud | Case Result

October 2020 Location: Fort Shafter, Hawaii Rank: Army 0-3 Charges: BAH Fraud. Result: BAH Charges Not Preferred. Our client was previously under investigation for theft of government funds.  He was not formally charged.  The titling decision was submitted to a law enforcement database and our office assisted in the petition to remove the negative titling

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Introduction of a Methamphetamine onto a Military Installation , Possession of a Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute , Distribution of Methamphetamine | Case Result

September 2020 Location: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii Rank: Navy E-6 Charges: Introduction of a Methamphetamine onto a Military Installation. Possession of a Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute. Distribution of Methamphetamine. Result: No Court Martial Charges in Meth importation and distribution case. A Navy Petty Officer Second Class was investigated by both NCIS and the

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Abusive Sexual Contact | Case Result

September 2020 Location: Lester Naval Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Rank: Navy E-7 Charges: Abusive Sexual Contact. Result: Retained at Board of Inquiry. A Navy Chief Petty Officer hosted a dinner at his home, inviting over a co-worker and her boyfriend.  The female co-worker accused the Chief of slapping her on the butt while cleaning up after

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