BAH, DTS and OHA Larceny Offenses in Okinawa and Mainland Japan
Fight Back Against Fraud and Larceny Allegations with Bilecki & Tipon LLC
Accusations of fraud and larceny in the military, especially when they’re
connected with Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH), Overseas Housing Allowance
(OHA), and Defense Travel System (DTS), are dealt with quickly and harshly
by the U.S. Government. If you’re found guilty, the sentencing that
you’ll face will haunt you for the rest of your life. We don’t
know about you, but having to deal with the repercussions of what amounts
to a grandiose theft charge until the day you die isn’t our idea
of how you envisioned your military career.
The military is desperate to keep this kind of criminal activity from escalating,
and one of the most effective ways to do so is to throw the book at the
service members who get caught. You simply
cannot risk being held accountable for BAH, DTS and OHA fraud in today’s
Your first step toward securing a not-guilty verdict is to seek out the
most experienced attorneys in the civilian world; the ones that know exactly
how to deal with such charges; the ones that have successfully won cases
for other service members in exactly your position.
No Matter How It May Seem or What You’ve Been Told, No Fraud Case
Your interrogators could’ve easily scared you into thinking that
your case is hopeless, and that you may as well save everyone the time
by confessing. They’ll claim that they have a pile of evidence in
their favor, and damning testimony that will put you behind bars.
Do NOT believe them. An experienced defense attorney may be able to suppress
certain evidence from the jury, and explain away additional pieces of
evidence that don’t fit your narrative of what happened. Furthermore,
witnesses that face off with Bilecki & Tipon have to contend with
some of the best cross-examiners in the country. There’s no such
thing as a hopeless case. If anyone knows this, it’s Bilecki & Tipon.
Those accused of BAH, DTS, and OHA fraud aren’t always guilty to
begin with. The military is well-known for throwing out wide nets to secure
as many suspects as possible. It’s easy to get caught up in such
a net without even realizing it. And if you misinterpreted housing allowance
rules or JFTR regulations, you’ll be in the same boat as the real
criminals. Convincing a jury that your actions weren’t intentional
can be an effective method of securing your innocence, especially if the
amount specified in the supposed fraudulent charges is negligible.
Never Take Fraud Charges Lying Down. Call the Law Offices of Bilecki & Tipon
A charge of larceny or fraud could mean a dishonorable discharge from the
military, tens of thousands of dollars in fines, and a possible prison
sentence. But far worse may be the irreparable harm to your reputation
and your opportunities in the civilian world once all the smoke has cleared.
You simply cannot risk being found guilty of a fraud or larceny charge
during your court martial hearing.
Fighting back is your only recourse, and that makes Bilecki & Tipon
your greatest asset. Don’t risk charges that could irreparably damage
Contact the law offices of Bilecki & Tipon TODAY, and together we’ll take the fight to the prosecution. (800) 996-9747.