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A lifelong Kentuckian, I was born and raised in Morehead. I graduated from Morehead State University with a degree in journalism and legal studies before pursuing a career in television news. Prior to law school, I spent more than seven years working as a reporter and anchor at WYMT-TV in Hazard and WKYT-TV in Lexington. I was blessed to win the Associated Press award for Best Enterprise Reporting and first place by the AP for best sports play-by-play. When I’m not in the courtroom, I continue to call games for TV and radio at the high school and college levels.

I graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law before passing the bar exam a few months later and being admitted to the Kentucky Bar Association. I am also admitted to federal practice in the Eastern District of Kentucky. As a young attorney, my first trial victory occurred in Hazard, the same town where I started my media career. Hearing the jury return the “not guilty” verdict was a fantastic feeling. My practice areas include criminal law, DUI, personal injury, appeals, civil litigation, and expungements.

I have written numerous appellate briefs, most notably a petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court. I also authored the paper “Wrong on Time: How Ignoring Plain Meaning and Legislative History Led Courts to Misinterpret ‘Immediately’ in Social Security Fraud Cases,” in which I argued that thousands of vulnerable Eastern Kentuckians were being victimized by the federal government’s handling of a social security scam. That topic was covered in the Apple TV documentary “The Big Conn,” in which I make a few appearances. When not representing a client in the courtroom or behind the microphone at a sporting event, I love spending time with my niece and nephew and my beloved dog, Mugsy the Legal Beagle.

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