Robert G. (Bob) Teeter, Eagle Scout, US Army Veteran, Detroit Police Officer, attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in... more
Robert G. (Bob) Teeter, Eagle Scout, US Army Veteran, Detroit Police Officer, attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Police Administration in 1972, followed by his Juris Doctor degree cum laude in 1976. While in law school he was also awarded the Outstanding Oral Advocacy Award for First Year Moot Court, two American Jurisprudence... view profile
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