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June 2016
Tim Bilecki

Airman Faces Charges for MDMA and Cocaine, Bilecki Secures Pretrial Agreement

Wrongful Use of MDMA (Molly), wrongful Use of Cocaine
Hickam AFB, Hawaii
Air Force Senior Airman – E-4
Pretrial agreement for 89 days confinement. No punitive discharge.

An Air Force Senior Airman based at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, was charged with the wrongful use of MDMA (Molly) and cocaine. The Airman, understanding the gravity of these drug charges, retained Tim Bilecki, a defense attorney with experience in UCMJ drug cases.

Bilecki’s defense focused on negotiating a pretrial agreement. He analyzed the evidence, scrutinized the circumstances of the Airman’s drug use, and highlighted factors that could mitigate the severity of the punishment. The defense aimed to show the Airman’s potential for rehabilitation and any positive aspects of their service record.

Through negotiations with the prosecution, Bilecki secured a pretrial agreement for the Airman. This agreement involved 89 days of confinement, significantly less severe than the potential maximum sentence. Crucially, the agreement also meant the Airman avoided a punitive discharge, which could have had long-lasting repercussions on their future.

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