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.
Court Martial Lawyer For Domestic and Intimate Partner Crimes – Article 128b
Domestic violence allegations are about as messy as you get. Jealousy, anger, rage. Emotions boil over and arguments can unfortunately turn physical on both sides. The military takes domestic violence and intimate partner crimes incredibly seriously, and rightfully so. Unfortunately, there are a high number of false allegations that get made during unhealthy and toxic relationships. Allegation are made, investigations begin, charges are preferred, and careers are ruined. No matter if you committed the crime or not. Once the spotlight turns on you, it’s difficult to win without serious representation that understands domestic violence and intimate partner offenses in the military and how to win them.
Domestic Violence Under Article 128b, UCMJ
Offenses With Intent To Threaten or Intimidate Under Article 128b, UCMJ
Violation of Protection Order With Intent to Threaten or Intimidate Under Article 128b, UCMJ
Violation of Protection Order With Intent to Commit a Violent Offense Under Article 128b, UCMJ
Under Article 128b of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, a person commits a violation of the UCMJ when there existed a protection order applicable to that person; they violate the protection order; they do so with an intent to commit a violent offense against the alleged victim; and at that time, the alleged victim was a spouse, intimate partner, or immediate family member.