I grew up in Central Florida, attending St. Paul's Catholic School, Father Lopez High School, the University of Central Florida, and ultimately passed up offers from out of town schools to study law in Orlando at Barry University School of Law. I then chose to serve the country that took me and my family in as a child. During my eleven years in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps, I prosecuted and defended Airmen at trial and on appeal, and represented Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in his death penalty military commission in Guantanamo Bay. After experiencing every aspect of a criminal case, it was time to return home to my community. But though I hung up my boots, my duty to serve my community continues.
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