We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
I attended the University of Cincinnati from 1969-1973 and graduated with a dual major in both mathematics and economics. After graduation, I moved to Houston to work in the oil business. I began as a computer programmer trainee and later worked as a systems programmer, systems analyst, and network systems specialist.
In 1989, I gave up working with computers to enroll at the University of Texas School of Law. There, I served as editor of the American Journal of Criminal Law and appeared in court representing criminal defendants as a student attorney in the Criminal Defense Clinic.
I also represented Texas in the national criminal mock trial competition at the University of Chicago School of Law. These experiences confirmed my decision to represent those accused of crimes, which I have done since graduation in 1992.
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