Timothy M. Domek

Timothy M. Domek photoIn 2010, Tim Domek retired in the grade of Colonel (O-6) from the United States Air Force after nearly 23 years of distinguished service to the United States of America. For the majority of that time Mr. Domek worked extensively with the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) as a both a prosecutor and Area Defense Counsel (ADC), Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), Chief, Circuit Defense Counsel (CCDC) and Numbered Air Force Staff Judge Advocate (NAF/SJA). Mr. Domek began his career at Mather AFB in Rancho Cordova, California and prosecuted 22 courts-martial his first year on active duty. Other noteworthy assignments include his 2 ½ year tenure as the Area Defense Counsel (ADC) at Malmstrom AFB in Great Falls Montana where he defended many, many clients charged with UCMJ offenses as varied as larceny to child sexual offenses . It was in this position that Mr. Domek experienced first - hand the inequities and injustices that can sometimes occur in military law and the shortcomings of military representation. In 2005 Mr. Domek was assigned as the Chief, Circuit Defense Counsel for the Air Force Central Circuit, and the largest judicial circuit in the Air Force with 23 bases in the geographic center of the Continental United States. In this role then Lt Col Domek supervised all defense work of over 35 ADCs, Circuit Defense Counsels and reserve Circuit Defense Counsels. Seeing such a large number of disciplinary actions over many different Air Force commands gave him a keen insight into the motivations and constraints felt by commanders taking disciplinary actions.
Timothy M. Domek
76 Sunflower Ln Great Falls, Montana 59404
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