Douglas Cody graduated from Villanova University in 1992, and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corp. He served on active duty in a variety of assignments as a Marine Infantry Officer until 1995, when he was selected for the Marine Corps Funded Law Education Program. Mr. Cody attended Rutgers School of Law and graduated with honors in 1998.
Mr. Cody served as a Federal prosecutor and trial defense counsel in all types of major felony criminal cases. Additionally, while serving in the military law branch in the Pentagon, he was responsible for providing legal advice to Commandant of the Marine Corps, Department of Defense Office of General Counsel, and Office of the Secretary of Defense in matters of military law pertaining to the conduct of the Global War on Terror.
Douglas Cody and his wife, Kerri, reside in Hammonton, New Jersey.