- Few military defense attorneys have the resources to travel halfway around the world to advocate for you, let alone perform a proper investigation. The amount of resources and connections required to do this right is immense.
- Committing a crime in a foreign country can explode in a very public fashion. Commanders may very well pressure everyone involved to sweep the case under the rug as quickly as possible. If that means sweeping you under the rug and into a prison cell, you can trust they’ll do it without giving it a second thought.
- You may face jurisdiction issues where both military law and the legal code of a foreign country are in play. If your defense attorney does not understand either of those with absolute precision, it could end your hopes of an acquittal.
Worldwide Service Areas
We Defend Service Members around the World from Charges under the UCMJ
We have a vast network of connections throughout the Pacific linking us to commands, law enforcement, and military personnel. This allows us to defend our clients better than any other law firm in the area. We are one of the few law firms that can go toe to toe with military prosecutors, and one of the very few with the resources necessary to put us on equal footing with the government.
We take on the toughest cases around. Whether you’re facing sexual assault charges, a drug crime, or simply need to protect yourself from an adverse administrative action, we know what it takes to secure the best possible outcome in your case.When you need heavy-hitting, aggressive advocacy, Bilecki & Tipon is the ONLY choice. Contact our law firm today to set up your confidential consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Locations
Why Is Bilecki & Tipon Based Out of Honolulu, Hawaii?
Are You Really Worldwide? You’ll Travel Anywhere?
Yes. Bilecki & Tipon takes clients from anywhere in the world, from Asia, Europe to the Americas beyond. The vast majority of our cases are in the Pacific, but that won’t stop us from traveling globally if it means defending your interests in court.