I entered law school late in life, entering Gonzaga School of Law at age 44. Because I brought years of experience to school, My attitude and outlook was a bit different from those of my classmates. Having encountered many legal situations first-hand, I studied with the goal of the relation of the law to real people.
In working six years for the Spokane County, Washington, prosecutor's office, I had the opportunity to apply what I had learned. I was generally known among the defense bar as a "