VIOLENT CRIME Defense in Korea
Aggravated assault, manslaughter, and murder charges demand aggressive
It’s easy to convince yourself—or let someone else convince
you—that you should take the first plea deal you’re offered
by the prosecution. It’s easy to think that the evidence and testimony
is stacked too high against you; that the prosecution has the resources
prepared to decimate any defense that your military defense law can come
up with. It’s easy in the face of such charges to simply accept
them and move on as best you can.
What you don’t realize is that years from now, you’ll still
wonder whether you could’ve fought the charges against you. If the
right defense team had come together, if a piece of evidence had been
found, if a witness had come forward—you may still have your old
Years from now, it will be too late. But we’re not talking about
the future. We’re talking about today. And until you’re proven
guilty, you’re still innocent in the eyes of the court.
Bilecki & Tipon doesn’t ask you to plead guilty. We ask you to
Pleading guilty has and always will be a last resort for Bilecki &
Tipon. Over the years we’ve made a name for ourselves for fighting
tough cases and beating the odds. And in cases involving aggravated assault,
manslaughter and murder charges, it becomes critical to have that fighter’s
mentality when preparing for a case.
As with any trial, organizing a strong strategy beforehand is critical
to success. Depending on what you’ve been charged with, Bilecki
& Tipon will focus our resources and knowledge on strengthening that
strategy through private defense investigations and forensic testing.
We’ll assess your particular situation once we hear from you, but
for reference, we’ve achieved successful results for our clients
under Article 128, 119, and 118 of the UCMJ.
Article 128 of the UCMJ involves all assault and aggravated assault charges. Anything from a bar fight to self-defense could land you a charge under
article 128. These charges often come with a loss of rank, punitive discharge,
and even incarceration.
Article 119 of the UCMJ concerns manslaughter charges. Manslaughter may not carry as heavy a sentence as murder, but if convicted,
you could still face a dishonorable discharge and years behind bars.
Article 118 of the UCMJ relates to all forms of premeditated murder that
was planned in advance. What service members may not understand is that killing another individual
unintentionally while in the middle of another crime could still count
as a murder (not manslaughter) charge. If convicted, a service member
could easily face life in prison.
With bilecki & Tipon, you have a shot at getting your life back
Even if you plead guilty in court, you could still lose everything in the
process. Your freedom, your finances, and even your family could disappear
in the blink of an eye. Trust us, this isn’t the time to be gambling
on an inexperienced defense attorney with only a handful of provable victories in court.
The law firm you hire to defend you in your assault, manslaughter or murder
charge could be the single most important decision you’ll make in
your life. Bilecki & Tipon has over 30 plus years of combined experience
in court and has taken hundreds of cases to verdict. When your court date
arrives, do you want to be sitting next to defense lawyers with proven
results, or a pre-prepared plea deal ready to go?
Don’t hesitate a minute longer. Contact the law firm of Bilecki &
Tipon TODAY at (800) 996-9747 and together we’ll take the fight to the prosecution.