BAH and OHA Larceny Offenses in Hawaii
Don’t Allow Fraud Charges to Ruin Your Life and Your Future
Fraudulent activities that involve Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA), Defense
Travel System (DTS), and Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) are taken very
seriously by the military. Suspects caught up in these charges face massive
fines, a dishonorable discharge, and possibly years of imprisonment. It
goes without saying that being found guilty of BAH, OHA, or DTS fraud is
not an option if you wish keep the lifestyle that you currently have and avoid
extreme jail sentencing.
Anyone could find themselves a suspect of a larceny case. The U.S. Government
has no qualms about randomly auditing and investigating service members,
whether they have any previous evidence to support larceny fraud against
them or not. The same could be said of the government’s extensive
use of sting operations, which often end up “capturing” completely
innocent service members that have nothing to do with any criminal act.
DTS, OHA, and BAH Fraud Can Happen to Anyone
The military’s recent push to identify and stop DTS, BAH, and OHA
fraud has landed them plenty of suspected criminals. Some of these service
members are being charged for fraudulent activities ranging from the hundreds
to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Unfortunately for most service members,
the government is intent upon maxing out criminal charges for everyone
even remotely involved in these crimes. This leaves individuals that may
not have even
known that they were committing a crime as scapegoats in the government’s
crackdown on financial fraud.
It may sound far-fetched that a service member didn’t realize he
or she was committing a crime, but when you look at how convoluted and
frustrating the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) is regarding DTS,
OHA and BAH, it’s easy to see how someone could make a mistake.
Of course, that isn’t stopping the government from going after these
individuals. In fact, a simple mistake can land you in a jail cell just
as fast as someone that’s suspected of fraud charges as high as
$100,000 or more.
Fighting back against larceny charges is what Bilecki & Tipon LLLC
is all about.
Even with a highly effective legal team with a record of winning fraud
cases fighting alongside you, you’ll still be facing a stiff uphill
battle. But while it may not be an
easy fight, it’s absolutely a fight worth having.
A decision to take on the government’s legal experts will eventually
lead you here, to the law firm of Bilecki & Tipon. That’s because
we’re one of a handful of civilian defense counsels in Hawaii and
around the world that can confront the prosecution and come out on top.
Few defense teams can even gather the resources together to make your
fight a fair one. Fewer still can level the playing field and then secure
a victory through sheer tenacity and legal know-how.
If you’re embattled in fraud charges involving DTS, OHA and BAH,
don’t give up. Call Bilecki & Tipon LLLC TODAY at (800) 996-9747
and together we’ll take the fight to the prosecution.