After serving in the U.S. Navy I completed my bachelors degree and went on to get my law degree at the Univ. of Denver. After graduation I briefly worked in Europe in a couple of law firms before moving back to the U.S. and working in the U.S. Congress, in Wash., D.C. After Wash., D.C. I moved back to Colorado where I worked for a small firm and then worked as an Assistant Attorney General where I represented a number of state agencies prosecuting malpractice claims for the Medical, Dental and Nursing Boards, the Real Estate and Racing Commissions, and some smaller Boards. From there I went to the Prosecutor's Office in Hawaii prosecuting criminal cases and arguing a couple of appeals. After 4 plus years I returned to Colorado where I opened up my own law practice. For about the last ten years I have been helping victims of motor vehicle and work related accidents, defended people in criminal and traffic cases, drafted Estate Planning documents and defended professionals charged with committing malpractice by their regulatory agency.