Arizona Military Lawyers
In 1984, I embarked on a 28 year career with United States Army in the infantry -PVT E1 - rising to the rank of SSG before selection for Officer Candidate School and a "butter-bar" commission. I attended law school 1988-91 and reentered active duty as a Judge Advocate. As an active duty lawyer, the Army Reserves, and the private sector, I was privileged to work with the best in some of the most interesting, challenging, and...
Thirty-seven days after 9/11, I raised my hand and swore to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States when I joined the United States Air Force JAG Corps. As a civilian military attorney, I continue to uphold that oath and defend my clients by using the Constitution to fight for justice. There are no sides to justice. There is only justice.
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