Marine Corps Base
Hawaii Kaneohe Bay
- You could be stripped of your honors, your rank and your title. Your reputation in the Marine Corps will be destroyed overnight if you are convicted of a crime.
- A conviction will almost certainly bring a dishonorable or bad-conduct discharge, which could put your retirement and your healthcare at grave risk. Depending on your years of service, you may lose tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Marines have been targeted by dozens of sting operations around the globe, and Hawaii is no different. These questionably legal sting operations could land in prison for decades.
Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay History and Court-Martial Activity
- Established: 1918 (formerly Ft. Hase)
- Location: Oahu, HI
- Garrison: 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Radio Battalion, Combat Logistics Battalion 3 and Marine Aircraft Group 24
- Population: 10,000+
U.S. Marines at Kaneohe Bay Trust Bilecki & Tipon to Defend Their Interests in Court
- Speed is of the essence. The longer you wait to secure legal counsel, the more likely it is that evidence will dry up, witnesses will disappear, and prosecutors will have time to prepare.
- We are no lone-wolf law firm. We employ support staff, a full-time private investigator, and multiple defense attorneys. We can direct an immense amount of firepower at the government’s case.
- Our connections to Hawaii’s state judiciary and law enforcement are unequaled. We have similar connections to law enforcement branches in the military—CID and NCIS. Chances are we know exactly who to call to find out exactly what the government has against you, which helps us execute a stronger strategy.
Frequently Asked Questions About Marine Corps Base
Hawaii Kaneohe Bay
What Are the Most Common Criminal Offenses in Hawaii and Marine Corps Base Hawaii?
Do You Defend Against Both Court-Martial Charges and State Felonies?
Yes. If you’re accused of a felony in Hawaii and the charges stay in the Hawaii state court, we can assist you. If it’s the military that prosecutes you, we can represent you in a military court as opposed to state court. It’s important to understand that we have connections and experience in both military and state law.