About The Speakers

Amanda Naish

Amanda Naish is from Versailles, Kentucky. She graduated from Transylvania University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She earned her law degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law. She worked as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney from 1998-2003 and returned to the office as an Assistant in 2012. In October, 2022, she was appointed First Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney. She tried the first labor human trafficking case in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and was awarded the Bakita Liberation Award for her work in that case. She co-chairs the Lexington Human Trafficking Taskforce. She is a member of the office’s Special Victim’s Unit where she specializes in the prosecution of human trafficking, child sexual abuse and child strangulation cases.

Amy Smith

Amy Smith has nearly 15 years of experience in Forensic DNA analysis. After earning a Master of Science degree in Biology from the University of Kentucky, she began her forensic DNA career at the KSP Lab in 2006. She soon moved to the west coast and performed DNA casework for the Washington State Patrol Seattle Crime Laboratory. She later returned to Kentucky and the KSP Central Lab. She has been the DNA Technical Leader since 2018 and oversees training, validation, protocols and quality control in the Biology section.

Critt Cunningham

Critt Cunningham is a Native Louisvillian and second-generation attorney. He an Eagle Scout. His education includes Waggener High School (1996), Vanderbilt University cum laude (2000), and the University Of Kentucky College Of Law (2003). In law school, Mr. Cunningham was on the Trial Advocacy Board and had the good fortune to be a Student Clerk for the late, Hon. Justice James Keller of the Kentucky Supreme Court.

In his decade of private legal practice, Mr. Cunningham primarily handled probate and elder law issues.

In his years in government service, Mr. Cunningham has been an Assistant Jefferson County Attorney, where he served on the criminal staff as a Juvenile Prosecutor and was a designee to the LCJC (Louisville Criminal Justice Commission). On the civil staff, he was general counsel for various government entities including the Office of the County Clerk, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Legal Records Department, and the Jefferson County Board of Elections.

He was commissioned by the Governor to work in the Public Protection Cabinet as an attorney for the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions. In this civil and administrative role, he was the primary attorney for compliance, investigation, and enforcement of the state’s mortgage loan and consumer loan industry.

Mr. Cunningham is happy to be at the Jefferson County Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney as Deputy Division Chief of the Violent Crimes Unit and serves as the Juvenile Crime Liaison. He was very fortunate to have also been sworn-in as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. Finally, he has benefited greatly from the Louisville Bar Association where he graduated from the Leadership Academy, and has served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Criminal Law Section.

James Lowry

James Lowry IV James Lowry, IV has practiced criminal law for over 40 years. He was a four-year varsity basketball player for Davidson College. Upon his graduation from Davidson in 1975, Jim played professional basketball in Europe. He graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1979, where he focused his studies and clerkships on criminal practice.

Over his many decades of practice, Jim has built a reputation as a thoughtful, trusted force in Kentucky’s criminal justice system. He has handled thousands of cases in state and federal court running the gamut from death penalty murders, sex offenses, vehicular homicides, major property crimes and frauds, and drug trafficking all the way down to DUI’s and sundry misdemeanors. Whatever the criminal concern, Mr. Lowry has always zealously and faithfully served his clients’ interests.

He has also developed a passion for representing undergraduate and graduate students in their times of need. Whether it is defending a student in a Title IX sexual assault hearing, providing advice about NCAA compliance concerns to high-profile student-athletes, or helping a student with academic affairs or code of conduct issues, Jim has never shied away from taking care of a student during tough times.

As part of his role as a longtime student advocate, Jim has been an instrumental advisor to university officials who, with his help, identified the need to revamp protocols and student procedural rights during adversarial hearings. Those efforts resulted in major shifts in how Title IX allegations are investigated and resolved in significant portions of Kentucky. Thanks in no small part to Mr. Lowry’s efforts, students who were once not permitted to have active counsel at all now enjoy robust protections, including the right to attorney representation and confrontation of witnesses at important stages of Title IX investigations.

Jim has given advice to numerous NCAA student-athletes about compliance and has been a recurrent lecturer at ethics-focused CLE programs sponsored by the Kentucky Bar Association and the Fayette County Bar Association. He has served on several committees, both formal and informal, geared toward local practice issues in Central Kentucky.

He has notable experience in the areas of State Criminal Defense, Federal Criminal Defense, White-Collar Defense, Defense of Professionals, Defense of Public Officials, Title IX Investigations, and Expungements.

Jim is admitted to practice before all Kentucky courts, including the Kentucky Supreme Court, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. He serves as Of Counsel for Nash Marshall, PLLC.

Julia Adams

Judge Julia Hylton Adams serves as a senior judge with the Kentucky Court of Justice. She previously served as circuit judge (1993-2008) and district judge (1984-1993) in the 25th Judicial Circuit/District, Clark and Madison Counties.

The Kentucky Bar Association named her Outstanding Judge in 2001. In 2002, the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys (now the Kentucky Justice Association) awarded her the Pennington Outstanding Trial Judge honor. Judge Adams received the Distinguished Jurist Alumnus Award from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2009 and was inducted into the UK College of Law’s Hall of Fame in 2010. In 2012, Judge Adams received the Justice Thomas Spain Kentucky Bar Association CLE Award for her efforts to the improve the legal profession through continuing legal education.

Judge Adams began participating in the felony mediation program in 2008. Since that time, she has mediated cases from Ashland to Madisonville. As of December 2023, she has completed approximately 515 felony mediations.

Justice Nickell

Justice Shea Nickell was elected to the Supreme Court of Kentucky in November 2019 to fill the unexpired term of his predecessor and was unopposed for re-election to a full 8-year term in November 2022. He represents the 23-county First Supreme Court District and serves as chairperson of the Appellate Rules Committee and the Continuing Judicial Education Commission.

Justice Nickell previously served as a Judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, having been elected in November 2006 and being unopposed for re-election in November 2014. During his 13-year tenure, he served as Chief Judge Pro Tempore, chairperson of the Personnel Committee, and a member of the Judicial Compensation Commission.

Prior to becoming an appellate judge, Justice Nickell practice law 22 years. Licensed to practice law before all Kentucky state and federal trial and appellate courts and the United States Supreme Court, he served as a Kentucky trial attorney, an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney (21st Judicial Circuit), an Assistant McCracken County Attorney, and a Public Advocate. He also served as an instructor at Murray State University (Insurance and Risk Management) and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Jurisprudence). In 1995, the Kentucky Bar Association named him the “Outstanding Kentucky Young Attorney.” He is a Life Fellow of the Kentucky Bar Foundation.

A native of McCracken County, Justice Nickell graduated from Paducah Tilghman High School in 1977. He earned a bachelor’s degree from DePauw University in 1981, with a double major in communications and political science. At DePauw, he served as Student Body President, Editor of a campus newspaper, and received the “Walker Cup Award,” presented annually by the faculty to the graduating senior who has contributed most to the campus community. He subsequently served on the University’s Board of Trustees. In 1984, he earned his juris doctor degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law, where fellow students elected him President of the Student Bar Association.

Justice Nickell is married to Dr. Carolyn S. Watson, a Paducah pathologist, Vice Chair of the Kentucky Medical Association Board of Trustees, and Music Director of Paducah’s Highland Baptist Church. His first wife, Lana Jean King Nickell, an educator, died in 2001.

The First Supreme Court District is comprised of the twenty-three westernmost Kentucky counties, including Ballard, Calloway, Caldwell, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Davies, Fulton, Graves, Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Todd, Trigg, Union, and Webster.

John Sims

John Sims is a Detective for the Electronic Crime Branch of the Kentucky State Police, with over 21 years of Law Enforcement experience and 16 of those years being spent in Investigations.

Sims began his Law Enforcement career with the Paducah Police Department in February of 2001. He was a graduate from DOCJT Class #304 and spent two years of Patrol before applying with the Kentucky State Police. Sims graduated from Class #81 with the Kentucky State Police in October of 2003. Sims was assigned to Post 1, Mayfield. While working as a Road Trooper, Sims was assigned to Graves and McCracken Counties. In March of 2006, Sims transferred to Investigations. During his tenure as a Post 1 Detective, Sims took various trainings and became specialized in working Financial Investigations and ICAC Investigations. He also became proficient in crime scene photography. While working in Investigations at Post 1, Sims was named Detective of the Year at Post Level in 2012, and was named Detective of the Year for the Kentucky State Police in 2015.

In January 2017, the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch (ECB) expanded to include detectives that covered different parts of the state. The primary function of the ECB is to work investigations regarding the exploitation of children via electronic means. Detective Sims was assigned to the ECB and worked investigations in the Western part of state covering multiple counties over multiple Post Districts in 2017. Since his start at the ECB, Detective Sims has become proficient in Peer to Peer (P2P) Investigations including BitTorrent, Emule, CPS, and Freenet.

In August of 2022, Detective Sims became the second Electronic Storage Device Detection (ESDD) K9 handler with the state, with his partner Cam. Cam is an English lab who is trained to detect electronic storage devices, and assists the Electronic Crime Branch on search warrants regarding the exploitation of children. In 2021, Detective John Sims was named the Detective of the Year for the Electronic Crime Branch.

Lloyd Ray

Lloyd Ray is a Detective for the Electronic Crime Branch of the Kentucky State Police, with over 21 years of Law Enforcement experience and 12 of those years being spent in Investigations.

Ray was born and raised in Muhlenberg County and a 1997 graduate from Muhlenberg North high School he is a 2001 graduate from Campbellsville University where he earned a bachelor’s degree.

Ray was married to his wife Sarah in 2003 and the two have to teenage boys (16 & 17).

Ray began his Law Enforcement career with the Owensboro Police Department in November of 2001. He was Owensboro Police Department for five minutes before being hired by the Kentucky State Police. Ray graduated from Class #79 with the Kentucky State Police in August of 2002. Ray was assigned to Post 2, Madisonville. While working as a Road Trooper, Ray was assigned to Muhlenberg and Todd Counties. In April of 2010, Ray transferred to Investigations. During his tenure as a Post 2 Detective, Ray took various trainings and became specialized in working crime scene/evidence processing and ICAC Investigations. He also became proficient in crime scene photography. While working in Investigations at Post 2, Ray was named Detective of the Year at Post Level in 2016 and 2018.

In January 2017, the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch (ECB) expanded to include detectives that covered different parts of the state. The primary function of the ECB is to work investigations regarding the exploitation of children via electronic means. In April 2018, Detective Ray was transferred to the ECB and was tasked with investigating child exploitation complaints, issued by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in the Central/Western part of Kentucky. Since his start at the ECB, Detective Ray has become proficient in Peer to Peer (P2P) Investigations including BitTorrent and CPS.

Dorislee Gilbert

Dorislee Gilbert is a Kentucky attorney who has spent most of her career serving victims of crime. She is the former Executive Director of the Mary Byron Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing justice to end intimate partner violence. Before that, she was a felony prosecutor for fifteen years. Dorislee has taught judges, lawyers, and law enforcement officers. In 2019, she received a prosecutor of the year award and in 2022, she received an award from National Justice and Hope for Crime Victims for her career of service to victims of crime.

Doughlas George

Doughlas M. "Dodie" George served as District Judge and Circuit Judge for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Washington, Marion, Taylor and Green Counties) from 1984 to 2009. Judge George served as a Senior Circuit Judge from 2009 through 2012 and was the Chief Regional Circuit Judge for the Cumberland region from 2008 to 2009. He has been doing criminal felony mediation since 2010 all across the Commonwealth.

Emily Arnzen

Emily Arnzen is an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in the 16th Judicial Circuit, (Kenton County, KY), and she will proudly tell you she went to law school because she grew up watching too much Law and Order. On her office’s pink walls, Emily displays framed posters of Detective Olivia Benson from Law and Order: SVU, AnnMarie Vito from My Cousin Vinny, and Elle Woods from Legally Blonde. Since 2014, she’s been prosecuting almost all of Kenton County’s child pornography offenses and cases of internet crimes against children.

Emily graduated from Miami University in 2010 with a Psychology degree but dedicated much of her time to the school’s competitive mock trial program. Emily moved to Northern Kentucky to attend University of Cincinnati College of Law. After graduation, she was hired by Commonwealth’s Attorney Rob Sanders and has been working as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney since November 2013. Emily began her career with a “general prosecution” caseload, but her focus has shifted over time. She currently prosecutes victim-centered, major cases including murder, robbery, assault, and sex crimes.

Emily developed passion and expertise prosecuting child pornography and internet crimes against children. In 2022 she founded Kenton County’s “E-Crimes Task Force” creating a group of police and prosecutors specially trained in internet crime and digital evidence. In 2022, Emily was also honored by the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association with the “Outstanding Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney” award.

Outside the office, Emily has returned to her alma mater, Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she coaches the mock trial team and teaches trial practice courses associated with the mock trial program. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the NKY Children’s Advocacy Center.

Emily lives in Kenton County, KY, with her husband, a local police officer, and their rescue animals. To deal with the stress of their professions, the two enjoy spending time at Walt Disney World.

Dr. Emily Bonistall Postel

Dr. Emily Bonistall Postel State Director of Marsy’s Law for Kentucky, is an educator and activist who has demonstrated a deep commitment to crime victims over the course of her career. She brings nearly two decades of experience teaching, researching, and advocating on behalf of crime victims, and she led the 2020 effort to secure constitutionally protected rights for crime victims in Kentucky. Dr. Bonistall Postel is a subject matter expert who presents workshops and trainings across the country, and works with organizations to develop and implement victim-centered and trauma-informed approaches. Dr. Bonistall Postel has given more than fifty conference and invited presentations, and has taught five university courses (including Victimology & Family Violence).

G.L. Ovey

Glycon Lee (G.L.) Ovey Jr. is the former Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 56th Judicial Circuit (Lyon, Livingston, Caldwell & Trigg Counties), serving 27 years from January 4, 1988 to December 31, 2014. Presently he serves as a part-time Assistant for the Circuit and he is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, Kentucky and 56th Judicial Circuit Bar Associations. He is a member of the Character and Fitness Committee of the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions, May 2020 – present.

He is the past president of the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association and former Secretary and member of the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association Board of Directors. He served as a member of the Prosecutor’s Advisory Council from July 1993 - January 1996 and was re-appointed in April 2008, serving until his retirement. He is the former Chairman of the Kentucky Corrections Commission and a former member of the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force Board of Directors. He served as a faculty member of the Kentucky Prosecutors Institute in 2011 and 2015.

G.L. was named Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney in 1991 & 2010. He received the President’s Award from the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association in 2004. He was the recipient of the Trial Advocacy Award from the Association of Government Attorneys in Capital Litigation in 2011. The Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association awarded him the Sword of Justice Award in 2012, and the Carroll M. Redford Award in 2014. The Distinguished Service Citation was presented to him by Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway in 2014. In September 2015, he was awarded the Lucille Hurt Robuck “Commitment to Corrections Award” by the Kentucky Department of Corrections.

He is a 1970 graduate of Lyon County High School, a 1974 graduate of the University of Kentucky and a 1978 graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law. He and his wife Kathy reside in Lyon County.

Kimberly Baird

Kimberly Baird began her career as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney to Ray Larson in 1996, and as Lou Anna Red Corn’s First Assistant in 2016. When Lou Anna announced her retirement, Kimberly was appointed by Governor Beshear to fill the remainder of Lou Anna’s term beginning October 1, 2022. Kimberly became the first African American female in Kentucky to serve in the role of Fayette Commonwealth’s AttorneyShe was born and raised in Lexington; graduating from the University of Kentucky in 1993 and the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1996. She has tried over 115 cases before juries – including approximately 26 homicides cases. For decades, she has trained new prosecutors across the state at the Kentucky Prosecutor’s Conference, as well as instructing officers with the Lexington Police Department and the Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT) in Richmond.

She is also a strong advocate for crime victims, especially the most vulnerable in our community – children. She is a member of the office’s Special Victim’s Unit which focuses on prosecuting crimes committed against children. She also facilitates the multi-disciplinary team meetings held at the Children’s Advocacy Center. This team investigates and prosecutes child sexual abuse cases in Fayette County.

She understands the issues facing our community and is committed to finding solutions. In 2020, she was asked to serve on the Mayor’s Commission for Racial Justice and Equality – Law Enforcement, Justice and Accountability. That committee discussed concerns community members had with law enforcement and the justice system and ways to address those concerns. She co-chairs the Legal Committee of the Fayette County Juvenile Treatment Court Steering Committee working to create best practices for juveniles charged with crimes. And on a national level, she is an associate member of the National District Attorney’s Association, serving on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. She was also recently inducted as a Fellow into the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers and have been asked to serve on its Kentucky State Committee. She will also serve on the 2023 Kentucky Bar Association Convention planning committee.

She is also very active in her community. She has served as the chair of Lexington’s Annual Roots and Heritage Festival for the past 17 years. She is the Board Treasurer for the Community Action Council. She is also a member of Jack and Jill of America Inc. and the Lexington Junior League. She currently serves as the Usher Board president at Historic Pleasant Green Missionary Baptist Church, where she has been a member for over 40 years.

Louis D. Kelly

Louis D. Kelly is the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Kentucky’s 54th Judicial Circuit consisting of Boone and Gallatin Counties. In this role, he is the Chief felony prosecutor in Kentucky’s 4th largest judicial circuit containing more than 140,000 people and handling approximately 1,100 cases each year.

Prior to taking office he was a partner at Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing, PLLC where he practiced in the firm’s Civil Litigation and Government practice groups representing numerous public and private entities in a variety of legal actions in both State and Federal Court on issues ranging from Civil Rights, Whistleblower Actions, Workers’ Compensation, Harassment, and Discrimination claims.

Louis has given presentations to several regional and national groups including: the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, the Kentucky Public Library Association, the Kentucky League of Cities, the Kentucky Association of Counties, and the Kentucky Public Human Resources Association. He has been appointed to serve on numerous boards and commissions including the Kentucky Corrections Commission, Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force, the Northern Kentucky Area Development District, the City of Florence Board of Adjustment, and the Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Nominating Committee where he served as Chair.

Admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2007, Louis is a member of the Kentucky and the Northern Kentucky Bar Associations. He received his B.B.A. from the Carol Martin Gatton School of Business at the University of Kentucky in 2001 and his J.D. from NKU Chase College of Law in 2007.

Rob Sanders

Rob Sanders has served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 16th Judicial Circuit of Kentucky (Kenton County) since 2007. Rob oversees a staff of eleven assistant prosecutors while personally maintaining an active caseload. He previously served as Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in the same office from 1999-2000. Prior to election, Rob was a partner with his father, wife, and brother, in The Sanders Law Firm, PSC in Covington, Kentucky where he practiced personal injury, small business, domestic relations, and criminal defense law. From 2004-2006, Rob served as Vice-Mayor in the City of Covington after finishing first in a field of eight candidates for City Commission.

In 2023 Rob was elected by his fellow Commonwealth’s Attorneys to serve on the Prosecutors Advisory Council (PAC). Rob previously served on PAC, twice, pursuant to appointments from both Republican and Democrat Governors. Rob also serves on the Kentucky Supreme Court’s Judicial Workload Assessment Committee, the Kentucky Supreme Court’s Criminal Rules Committee, and the Kentucky Attorney General’s Search Warrant Task Force. Rob has served in every elected office in the KY Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association, including President in 2015-2016. He is now the co-legislative chairman for the Association. Rob has achieved the Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating of AV-Preeminent, the pinnacle of professional excellence for legal ability and ethics, every year since 2003.

Outside the practice of law, Rob served for twenty years as a volunteer firefighter on the Ft. Mitchell Fire Department where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant before retiring. Rob and his wife live in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky with their daughter. When away from the office, Rob enjoys Cross-fit, hunting, fishing, cooking, and being a girl-dad. He is also an avid fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals.

Sierra Merida

Sierra Merida is an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 54th Judicial Circuit. Sierra handles a variety of cases. She also serves as the Rocket Docket Coordinator for Boone and Gallatin Counties. In that role, she coordinates quick and treatment-centered resolutions for drug possession cases.

Prior to joining the Commonwealth’s Office, Sierra had spent five years as a trial attorney for the Department of Public Advocacy where she represented clients from Boone and Owen Counties in juvenile, district, and felony proceedings.

Admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2014, Sierra is a member of the Kentucky and the Northern Kentucky Bar Associations. She received her B.A. from Berea College and her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati.

Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson retired as Circuit Judge for the 8th Judicial Circuit in Warren County, Kentucky in January 2023 and is now serving as a Senior Judge. Prior to taking the bench in 2003 he served as the Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney for 13 years. He was selected “Outstanding Young Lawyer” by the Kentucky Bar Association in 1992 and “Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney” by the Kentucky Attorney General in 1995. In 2000, the Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association awarded him the Carroll M. Redford Award as “Outstanding Kentucky Prosecutor. He served as President of the Commonwealth Attorney’s Association in 1996-1997 and was a member of the Prosecutor’s Advisory Council from 2002-2003.

Judge Wilson has lectured for the Kentucky Bar Association on ethics and criminal law issues for over five years and has served on the Kentucky Supreme Court Criminal Rules Committee. He served as co-chair of the Governor’s Task Force on Sexual Assault and was a member of the faculty and the advisory committee for the Kentucky Prosecutor’s Institute until his judicial appointment in 2004. Steve is a 1983 graduate of Chase School of Law and has appeared on Prime Time and Larry King Live.

Tom Lockridge

Tom Lockridge is the Violent Crime Resource Prosecutor based in the Office of the Attorney General of Kentucky. Prior to that, for four years he served as the Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor at the Unified Prosecutorial System in Kentucky. Tom served as the Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit in Kentucky from 1990 until he retired in August 2016. Prior to that and beginning in 1986, he served as Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney. He served as President of the Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association and has received the Carroll M. Redford Award as “Outstanding Kentucky Prosecutor”.

The Kentucky Attorney General honored Tom as the “Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney” in 1997 and in 1996 he was named “Outstanding Young Lawyer” by the Kentucky Bar Association. He has served as a member of the Prosecutors Advisory Council, The Governor’s Task Force on Sexual Assault, and served as chair of the Kentucky Multidisciplinary Commission on Child Sexual Abuse for seven consecutive years. Tom has served as a member of the faculty at the National Advocacy Center, the Kentucky Prosecutors Institute, at forensic interview clinics for APSAC, at NDAA National Prosecutor Trainings, at the National Lifesavers Conference, and has presented on Prosecutorial Ethics in over thirty states with the innovative program, Ethics: The Movie. In 2020, Tom was one of the co-authors of the NDAA/NTLC Monograph on Constitutional Law Issues in Impaired Driving Cases and is one of the creators and producers of the “TSRP Tips of the Week” video trainings. In 2021, Tom served as a writer and producer on the Roadside to Record CDL video training series for the National Traffic Law Center. Over the past twelve years Tom has written and produced three feature films including the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel Original, Midway to Love.

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