What Has Your Experience Been In Handling Federal Criminal Cases?
About 20 years ago, I began my career clerking for a federal judge named Melinda Harmon. Much of my work involved observing trials, hearings, and sentencings, and working with Judge Harmon on her written judicial opinions. It was a great opportunity to observe and learn from some of the best lawyers then practicing.
After finishing my clerkship and working at a white-shoe law firm named Baker Botts, I joined the U.S. Attorney’s office where I worked as a federal prosecutor for four years. During that time, I handled all types of federal criminal prosecutions. I was a member of the organized crime task force. I was also prosecuted many financial crimes, like wire fraud, mail fraud, tax fraud, and bankruptcy fraud. I ran the gang unit, which means I worked on Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and Hobbs Act prosecutions.
In 2012, I decided to go to the private sector and focus exclusively on handling criminal cases, which I have done ever since. I’ve handled federal criminal cases in multiple states across the country, including California, New York, Kansas, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas. But the bulk of my work is still here in Houston, Texas, where very few former federal prosecutors are in private practice.
What Do You Want Readers To Gain from Reading This Book?
My hope is that regular people can get an overview of the federal criminal process. It would be impossible to thoroughly address the intricacies of a federal criminal case in a single book, but this should serve as a guide for those who are just embarking upon this process and can benefit from an overview or map of what to expect.
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