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March 2012
Tim Bilecki

Army O-5 Charged with Oxycodone, Bilecki Intervenes, Gets Charges Dropped

Wrongfully acquiring Oxycodone by fraud (approximately 1000 pills), Wrongful possession of Oxycodone.
Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC), Hawaii
Army Lieutenant Colonel | Rank: O-5
All charges withdrawn and dismissed after Article 32 hearing

An Army Lieutenant Colonel at TAMC was accused of fraudulently obtaining approximately 1000 Oxycodone pills and wrongful possession of the same. The case presented complex and ambiguous circumstances, with the intersecting dynamics of professional medical practice and controlled substance regulation. Court martial attorney Tim Bilecki was brought in to handle the case. With a nuanced understanding of the legal and medical aspects involved, Bilecki effectively navigated the legal process. His intervention was pivotal in articulating the ambiguities and mitigating factors in the case. Ultimately, this led to a favorable outcome where all criminal charges were dropped following the Article 32 hearing, in exchange for the Officer’s resignation from service.

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