I can answer questions about military law practice and procedure, as well as federal civilian criminal law. I can also answer questions about the military Judge Advocate Generals` Corps (JAG, like the TV show).
I am a former federal prosecutor and retired military attorney. I have worked in civilian and military courts in the criminal law arena, and successfully prosecuted the first DNA case in the Middle District of Georgia. I am currently in the tort arena, handling cases against the federal government arising worldwide and our NATO partners arising in the US. I hold an LL.M. in military criminal law from the Judge Advocate General's School, Army, and have written about military law issues.
The Military Law Review
The Army Lawyer
The University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review
LL.M (military criminal law); JD (with distinction); M.E.A (civil engineering), B.S (civil engineering and applied mathematics
Awards and Honors
Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Superior Performance Award as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney (Department of Justice)