Prosecutor for more than two years in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. Thrives in dynamic environments and quickly adapts to the ever-changing demands of the criminal law field.
Prosecuted misdemeanors and probation violations in U.S. District Court and negotiated plea agreements with defense attorneys and defendants.
Successfully prosecuted hundreds of offenses such as rape, sexual assault, assault with a deadly weapon, solicitation to commit murder, possession of child pornography, entitlement fraud, and drug distribution.
Lead counsel on a vehicular homicide jury trial. The case involved over 30 witnesses, including experts in forensic pathology, toxicology, accident reconstruction, and electrophysiology.
Screened all cases for potential for success at trial and served as a primary criminal law adviser for law enforcement agents and senior U.S. Army leaders.
Worked effectively with rape victims, child witnesses, DNA and digital forensic examination experts, medical doctors, psychologists, and toxicologists; cross-examined Defendants.
Adjudicated hundreds of traffic offenses committed on Fort Gordon as a Military Traffic Officer.
Represented hundreds of clients resolving issues in family law, estate planning, consumer law, landlord/tenant law, labor law, and military entitlements.
Rotated through the different misdemeanor courts shadowing attorneys and helping prepare cases for trial.
Argued on behalf of clients in bond hearings, probation revocation hearings, and guilty pleas and sat second chair in trials.
Member of the Wake Forest University School of Law Trial Team
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