Drug Distribution and Trafficking
At Bilecki Law Group, We believe every service member has earned their right to an aggressive defense on their day in court. We specialize in taking the fight to the prosecution and winning cases that others said were unwinnable.
Put a Court Martial Defense Attorney to Work for You
- Ignoring the situation allows the prosecution to build their case against you. If you think other service members won’t turn on you to save their own skins, you could be in for a terrible wake-up call.
- Hiring a defense attorney late—or worse, relying on an inexperienced free attorney from the JAG Corps—limits your options. You may be forced to take the plea deal or risk years and years behind bars.
- You’re left in complete limbo. How do you plan for your future when you aren’t sure you’ll be in the army in a year, let alone a free man or woman?
The charges against you will not go away on their own. Too much is at stake to leave these accusations to chance. If you’re at all uncertain about the charges made against you, Bilecki Law Group can help – call us at (813) 669-3500.
What to Expect From Drug Charges Involving Trafficking or Intent to Distribute
Expect the military to come at you hard and fast. Expect prosecutors to spare no expense in plotting their case against you. Expect to be hit with the harshest sentencing possible. Expect, in other words, to have the fight of your life on your hands. What begins as a military drug charge will not stop there. Your civilian future could be tainted by criminal drug charges:
- Future job prospects will dry up
- Promotions will go to others
- You will be left at the bottom, with no military benefits to keep your head above water
This future is entirely unacceptable for someone that has fought for their country and served with distinction and honor. Which is why your only response should be to fight back in kind against the very military that you swore to protect.
Bilecki Law Group aggressively defend military service members caught up in criminal drug charges involving distribution or trafficking. We are often the last line of defense that these service members have left. If you fear for your future or are at all uncertain about what the government could have against you, contact Bilecki Law Group TODAY.
I Was Caught By A Sting Operation. Now What?
- The sting operation itself may be illegal. If so, the evidence against you could be thrown out before ever setting foot in a trial.
- Our own investigations can root out inconsistencies in the stories of witnesses. A witness with no credibility is worthless to the prosecution.
- Drug evidence obtained may have been tampered with or picked up in an illegal search by law enforcement.
Never assume your case is hopeless. Bilecki Law Group aggressively defend our clients against a military that is all too happy to hang you out to dry.
Winning Your Case Should Be Your Only Priority. For That, There’s Bilecki Law Group, PLLC
- The prosecution wants you to believe your case is hopeless. That couldn’t be further from the truth. Bilecki Law Group fights and wins distribution and trafficking charges all the time. If you think your case is unwinnable, chances are we’ve fought—and won—cases that were even tougher!
I Was Buying Drugs on the Deep Web, I Thought They Couldn’t Track Me
This will only lead to harsher sentencing and more aggressive tactics by prosecutors. Which is why it’s more important than ever that you have a defense attorney with a proven record for winning drug cases in the military.
I May Have Sold a Small Amount. Why Are They Coming At Me Like I’m Some Drug Lord?
Depending on your circumstances, if convicted, it’s very possible that they could request sentencing that is unduly harsh for the sale of a minor amount of drugs. It’s imperative that you act as soon as possible to combat these charges against you. Just enlisting the services of trained court-martial lawyers and attorneys can be enough to put a stop to the military’s heavy-handed attempts at conviction.
What Is an Article 112a?
Any person subject to this chapter who wrongfully uses, possesses, manufactures, distributes, imports into the customs territory of the United States, exports from the United States, or introduces into an installation, vessel, vehicle, or aircraft used by or under the control of the armed forces a substance described in subsection (b) shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.