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Admitted to the bar 1991 Arizona; 1993 California;
U.S. District Court of Arizona; Education: Arizona State University (B.A. in Psychology, 1987) McGeorge School of Law (J.D. 1991);
Board Certified Worker’s Compensation Specialist, AZ, 1997-2002;
Adjunct Professor McGeorge School of Law 2001,
California Applicants’ Attorneys Association 2000, 2001;
Sacramento County Bar Workers’ Compensation Section;
Sacramento Consumer Attorneys; Member ;
The State Bar of Arizona;
The State Bar of California.
yes: Twenty-FIVE years of extensive legal experience in the Courtroom, Boardroom, Contracts, and dealing with clients ranging from Corporate entities to individuals. Licensed to Practice Law in the all Federal and State Courts of Texas & Arkansas. Appearances in Federal Court cases in Louisiana, Tennessee and Nevada.
JUDICIAL AND MUNICIPAL EXPERIENCE as Former Special District Judge presiding over 100s of Civil and 1000s of criminal cases. Former City Attorney for local Municipalities in the Ark-La-Tex. Duties included advising City Board members of compliance with State and Federal Regulations, drafting and adoption of City Ordinances in...
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