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July 2012
Tim Bilecki

Bilecki Negotiates Pre-Trial Agreement for Army E-4 Charged with Cocaine

Wrongful use of Cocaine
Torii Station, Okinawa, Japan
Army Corporal – E-4
No court martial charges, no federal felony drug conviction.

An Army Corporal’s urinalysis tested positive for cocaine, and he was subsequently charged with wrongful use of a controlled substance. Mr. Bilecki, a noted Article 112a UCMJ military drug defense lawyer in Okinawa, worked with the Command and SJA to negotiate a pre-trial agreement in which the charges would be handled at the Article 15 level as opposed to a court martial.

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