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Fort Shafter, HI
Court Martial Defense

Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, stands as a pivotal stronghold for U.S. Army Pacific Command, fostering diverse cultural and professional exchanges. It facilitates essential functions such as command operations, strategic initiatives, and logistical services, bolstering defense capabilities and operational readiness across the Pacific theater.

Defending Soldiers' Rights

What Happens When The Military Justice System At Schofield Barracks Gets The UCMJ Wrong

At Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, soldiers uphold the ethos of obedience, yet the machinery of military justice isn’t impervious to error. The story of Daniel Inouye, a decorated war hero whose Medal of Honor arrived decades late, serves as a poignant testament to the system’s fallibility. While soldiers may follow orders without question, they must also be prepared to challenge injustices when they arise, safeguarding their careers and freedoms with resolve.

Patriotism and critique are not mutually exclusive; one can ardently support the military while holding it accountable for equitable treatment of its personnel. Bilecki Law Group, under the leadership of Tim Bilecki, a seasoned Army veteran, embodies this ethos, advocating tirelessly for soldiers’ rights. Just as Inouye fought bravely on the battlefield, we confront the military justice system, ensuring that justice is swift and fair, sparing soldiers from enduring prolonged waits for recognition and vindication.

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Combatting UCMJ Misuse

What Kind of Charges Under the UCMJ Can I Fight?

During his Army tenure, Tim Bilecki, a former senior defense counsel, witnessed the system’s propensity to prevail despite being wrong. Contrary to belief, fighting back is always viable. Like Inouye’s defiance proved, daunting challenges under the UCMJ don’t deter us, echoing his fearless resolve against formidable odds.

  1. UCMJ Article 120 or Article 134 (Sex offenses): Allegations, often treated as fact, ensnare innocent service members amid the military’s reckoning with sexual assault. Fight back to uphold justice.
  2. UCMJ Article 121 (Fraud and Larceny): Defend against charges like BAH fraud, driven by Hawaii’s high cost of living. Don’t accept overzealous investigators’ conclusions; fight for the full truth.
  3. UCMJ Article 128 (Assault and Violent Crime): Representing against serious charges, including those stemming from military dynamics. Disproportionate punishments shouldn’t derail a career; fight back against unjust outcomes.
  4. UCMJ Article 112a (Drug Crimes): Shield soldiers from civilian-driven drug entanglements. Fight back against unjust penalties for actions outside their control.
  5. Punitive Articles of the UCMJ 77-134 (Military Specific Offenses): Challenge charges, including those based on outdated military prejudices. Even seemingly minor charges warrant resistance for the principle they uphold.
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Protect Your Future: Fight UCMJ Charges

Does Bilecki Law Group Still Defend Court Martial Trials in Hawaii?

Tim Bilecki, now based in Tampa, Florida, has always been a global defense counsel, serving Soldiers in Korea, Japan, and Europe. Despite his relocation, Hawaii remains a second home where he’s established a reputation for winning court martial cases over a decade. If facing charges at Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Airfield, Fort Shafter, or Tripler Army Medical Center, reach out. We offer honest assessments and stand ready to fight alongside you against UCMJ misuse or military justice errors. Daniel Inouye’s legacy of gallantry paved the way for others. Your fight for justice echoes his bravery and ensures fairness for future Soldiers. In court martials, it’s time to fight. A salute to the 442nd and all serving to uphold freedom.

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