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- North Carolina
- Portuguese: Spoken
- Spanish: Spoken
- University of Georgia, School of Law
- Juris Doctorate
- Honors: Scholarship recipient; CLEO Scholar; Runner-up Best Brief-Moot Court;
- Activities: Research Assistant, Vice President for Class, Prosecutorial clinic, Legal Aid Clinic, Prisoner Legal Counseling project,
- University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
- B.A. (1980) | Criminal Justice/Psychology
- Criminal Justice represented my interest and included the study of our judicial system, political science, policy, psychology and sociology.
- Honors: Cum Laude/4.0 major area
- Activities: Research Assistant to Faculty, sports, Student Union, Residential Security guard, Student food services, and Criminal Justice Society,
- Georgia State Bar
- - Current
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