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Joint Base, SC
Court Martial Defense

Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, stands as a pivotal hub for strategic airlift operations, mobility readiness training, and C-17 Globemaster III missions, fostering collaboration among diverse cultural and professional perspectives

Defending Soldiers' Rights

Joint Base Charleston Is a Military Melting Pot Of Military Court Martials

Charleston, SC, underwent significant transformation following the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRACC) orders, resulting in the establishment of Joint Base Charleston. This consolidation brought together military activity from various branches, primarily operated by the Air Force and Navy but accommodating personnel from every service branch. With its diverse population and extensive military operations, Joint Base Charleston has become a focal point for military court martials, addressing cases ranging from disciplinary infractions to more serious offenses across all branches of the armed forces.

One emblematic figure of wartime valor associated with the region is Wilson Watson, a distinguished Medal of Honor recipient from World War II. Serving in the Marine Corps, Watson demonstrated extraordinary bravery during the intense battle of Iwo Jima. His heroic actions, including single-handedly clearing a Japanese-occupied hill despite sustaining multiple injuries, earned him the nickname “The One Man Regiment.” Remarkably, after the war, Watson chose to continue his service, albeit in a less heralded role, as a mess hall cook in the Army until his retirement in 1966. His story exemplifies the selflessness and dedication that characterize military service beyond the battlefield, resonating with the ethos of Joint Base Charleston as a center for honorable service and sacrifice.

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Combatting UCMJ Misuse

What Types of UCMJ Charges Does Bilicki Defend?

The Bilecki Law Group is a boutique law firm that specializes in at-trial courtroom representation during a military court martial. Founder and namesake, Tim Bilecki, spent years inside the military justice system as a senior defense counsel and he will testify to you that the UCMJ shows no difference to any given uniform. When the comes for you, the only option you have is to stand up and fight back. Below you’ll find some of the more common charges we help you fight and we think you’ll quickly see that we don’t scare easily.

  1. Sex Offenses (UCMJ Article 120 & 134): Amidst the vibrant party scene, allegations of sex offenses can surge, affecting Airmen unjustly. True justice for victims doesn’t mean wrongfully ending innocent careers.
  2. Fraud and Larceny (UCMJ Article 121): We tackle cases from wrongful appropriation to BAH fraud, understanding that often, what’s missing isn’t stolen but misplaced, arguing that errors shouldn’t destroy careers.
  3. Assault and Violent Crime (UCMJ Article 128): Defending against serious accusations, we emphasize the right to contest charges in court, regardless of the situation’s gravity or the mistake made.
  4. Drug Crimes (UCMJ Article 112a): With marijuana legalization conflicting with military regulations, we challenge the justice system’s handling of drug-related cases, advocating for fair treatment.
  5. Military Specific Offenses (UCMJ Articles 77-134): Addressing charges from AWOL to conduct unbecoming, we fight for those who’ve erred, pushing against the military’s often unforgiving stance on mistakes.
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Protect Your Future: Fight UCMJ Charges

Regardless of Service Branch Or UCMJ Charge, You Must Stand Up and Fight

With years of experience in the military justice system, the Bilecki Law Group understands the reluctance of prosecutors to engage in a fight. However, we bring an aggressive defense to court martial cases, advocating for our clients because we know the stakes of giving up. While our office is based in Tampa, Florida, we are ready to fly anywhere to defend our clients, including Joint Base Charleston. If you’re facing an investigation or court martial, contact us for a free consultation. Regardless of your branch or rank, when your future is at risk due to UCMJ misuse, you deserve the opportunity to fight back. Joint Base Charleston may host a variety of court martials, but the solution remains the same: stand up and fight for your career, retirement, and freedom.

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