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Marine Air Station Futenma  Court Martial Defense

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.

Marine Corps Air Station Futenma History and Court-Martial Activity

Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, a long-standing Marine installation in Okinawa, Japan, has served as a vital training and support site for over 3,000 Marines in the Pacific. Despite its honorable history, aggressive court-martial tactics and questionable law enforcement sting operations persist in the area, often targeting Marines for various offenses including drug possession, financial fraud, and sex crimes. Conviction of any such offense could result in imprisonment, dishonorable discharge, and the loss of essential benefits like salary, healthcare, and pension. If accused of a criminal offense or Captain’s Mast at Air Station Futenma, seek immediate legal counsel from Bilecki Law Group to mount a robust defense.

Established after World War II, Marine Corps Air Station Futenma holds a significant place in Okinawa’s military landscape, supporting Marine Corps Forces Pacific and contributing to regional security. However, relocation efforts to Henoko Bay face opposition from Okinawa residents advocating for a reduced U.S. presence on the island. Meanwhile, Marines stationed here have faced numerous sting operations by military law enforcement, resulting in convictions for offenses like online enticement of minors and assault. For comprehensive legal support in navigating these challenges, contact Bilecki Law Group for a confidential case evaluation/

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Combatting UCMJ Misuse

Marines trust Bilecki Law Group for court defense

As Marines stationed in Japan, you face a unique challenge of being accused of a military offense far from home, with limited support and presumed guilt. Bilecki Law Group has stood by Marines in Okinawa since our firm’s beginning, offering both empathy and expertise to navigate these daunting circumstances. With our tailored resources and extensive experience, we’re dedicated to helping you overcome allegations and achieving the best possible outcome in court.

  1. UCMJ Article 120 or Article 134 (Sex Offenses): We tackle challenging cases from sexual assault to indecent exposure, fighting against a culture of conviction without evidence, protecting careers and reputations of those unjustly accused.
  2. UCMJ Article 121 (Fraud and Larceny): From BAH fraud to wrongful appropriation, we understand the nuances that lead to financial misconduct charges and provide a robust defense against oversimplified prosecutorial narratives.
  3. UCMJ Article 128 (Assault and Violent Crime): Recognizing the reality of conflicts that escalate into charges, we defend against accusations from simple brawls to more severe confrontations, ensuring a single moment doesn’t define your future.
  4. UCMJ Article 112a (Drug Crimes): In a country where drug prevalence mirrors that of the U.S., we defend service members caught in drug-related charges, often stemming from being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people.
  5. Punitive Articles of the UCMJ 77-134 (Military Specific Offenses): Facing minor infractions can lead to major consequences on foreign soil; we challenge disproportionate penalties for actions that would be minor stateside.
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FAQs About Military Court Martial Defense In Japan

Air Station Futenma may not be nearly as large as other U.S. Military installations on Okinawa, but courts-martial still occur on a regular basis. The most common criminal offenses at Air Station Futenma include drug crimes, BAH and OHA fraud, and sexual assault. Assault and larceny are also somewhat common.

Yes. Our investigator can travel to review the crime scene, examine government evidence and speak with witnesses. We also have the ability to conduct digital forensic examinations of evidence at your location.

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- Timothy J. Bilecki

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