Wrongful Use of MDMA (Molly), Wrongful Use of Cocaine Charges | Case Results

Case Results

  • Retrial agreement for 89 days confinement
  • No punitive discharge

Location

  • Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam, Hawaii

Branch of Military and Rank 

  • Air Force
  • E-4

Charges:

An Air Force E-4 had been charged with the wrongful use of MDMA and cocaine after testing positive on a urinalysis.

The government approached him with a plea deal of 12 month’s confinement and a punitive discharge. He refused, opting instead to hire Bilecki & Tipon LLLC.

Mr. Bilecki immediately began work on the case, leveraging his extensive experience to work out a more favorable pre-trial agreement. Our client had his confinement time reduced from a year to 89 days and did not receive a punitive discharge for use and possession charges.

Results:

  • Pretrial agreement for 89 days confinement
  • No punitive discharge
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