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October 2010
Tim Bilecki

Airman Found in Possession of Narcotics in Her Dorm Room Avoids Court Martial

Introduction of Controlled Substance onto Military Installation, Possession of a Controlled Substance
Osan AFB, Korea
Air Force Staff Sergeant - E-5
No court martial charges preferred. Adjudicated at Article 15.

Maximum Sentence:

  • Dishonorable Discharge
  • 20 years and 6 months in confinement
  • Total forfeiture
  • Reduction to E-1
  • Federal felony drug conviction

An Air Force Staff Sergeant was apprehended by Military Police  at the Osan Air Force Base main gate and was found to be in possession of controlled substances, allegedly attempting to bring narcotics onto the Airbase. After the arrest, her dorm room was  searched, which turned up more narcotics that law enforcement claimed were packaged for distribution.

Tim Bilecki, military defense attorney for Article 112a UCMJ cases, was retained, we worked with the prosecutor and kept all charges from being preferred against our client, resolving the matter at the Article 15.

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