I am a retired Lieutenant Colonel and I served as both a line officer and a JAG. I began my military career as a platoon leader in the 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) and 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In 1998, I became a Judge Advocate and since then I have focused on court-martial law. As a result of this experience, I know the military and I know the court-martial process. I have spent well over a decade perfecting the courtroom skills and legal knowledge required to win tough court-martial cases. I have successfully defended court-martial cases all over the world. As a former Platoon leader and military JAG, I got to know my Soldiers and understand their dedication to their families and their brothers in arms. The economic hardship and emotional toll that comes with being accused of misconduct is immense. I just want to get Soldiers back to the service they love, protect their futures, and mitigate those obstacles that could prevent them from taking care of their families.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.