As a professor at the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL), I teach courses related to criminal law, technology, and the jury. I also direct the UDSL Criminal Law Clinic where my students represent indigent clients charged with criminal offenses.
When not in the classroom I lecture around the country, work as an acting Magistrate Judge, and serve as a Judge Advocate General in the National Guard. In addition, I have been a jury consultant on several high-profile cases including U.S. v. Barry Bonds.
I am also an elected member of the Wyoming, Ohio city council and serve on the Board of Trustees for Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA).
Prior to joining UDSL, I worked on Capitol Hill, served in the military on Active Duty, and clerked for the Honorable Anne E. Thompson, U.S. District Judge for the District of New Jersey. I am admitted to practice law in California (inactive), Indiana (inactive), Ohio, and Washington, D.C (inactive).