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  • Author: Behan, Christopher Hansen, Victor
  • Promulgation date: 2008-00-00
  • Language: English
  • Price: 1,665 HKD
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Behan, Christopher Hansen, Victor

Behan, Christopher

Assistant Professor Christopher W. Behan joined the faculty at Southern Illinois University School of Law in 2006 after serving for more than ten years on active duty as a judge advocate in the United States Army. During his time as a judge advocate, he gained extensive experience with the military justice system, serving as a military prosecutor, a defense attorney, a part-time military magistrate, an Article 32 investigating officer, and a legal advisor to Army commanders on military justice matters. His final assignment in the Army was as a criminal law professor at the Judge Advocate General?s School in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he taught evidence, military criminal procedure, and trial advocacy. He received his L.L.M. from the Judge Advocate General?s School and his J.D. from Brigham Young University?s J. Reuben Clark Law School. He currently teaches criminal law, white collar crime, military law, and trial advocacy at Southern Illinois University School of Law.
David A. Schlueter

David A. Schlueter is the Hardy Professor of Law and Director of Advocacy Programs at St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. Professor Schlueter teaches evidence, trial advocacy, and constitutional law, and has served as both criminal trial and appellate counsel. He has authored, co-authored, or edited 12 books on procedure and evidence, including the two volume work, FEDERAL EVIDENCE TACTICS (with Imwinkelried). His writings have been cited frequently by state and federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States, and legal commentators. Before joining the faculty at St. Mary's in 1983, he served on active duty as an Army JAGC and for two years as legal counsel for the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a fellow in the American Law Institute and a Life Fellow in the American Bar Foundation. From 1988 until 2005, he served as the Reporter for the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Advisory Committee.
Rose III, Charles H.

Assistant Professor Charles H. Rose III is the Director of Stetson?s Center for Excellence in Advocacy. He joined the Stetson faculty in 2004 upon his retirement from active duty service in the United States Army. While on active duty he served as a linguist, intelligence analyst, intelligence officer, and judge advocate general. As a judge advocate Professor Rose prosecuted and defended criminal cases for over 5 years, also serving as a criminal law professor at the Judge Advocate General?s School U.S. Army in Charlottesville, Virginia. Professor Rose received his L.L.M. from the Judge Advocate General?s School, United States Army and his J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School. He currently teaches evidence, trial advocacy, professional responsibility and federal criminal procedure. He is a noted legal analyst, appearing on local and national news media, to include Court TV, NPR, and the O?Reilly factor. He also provides legal commentary both nationally and internationally on issues as diverse as the legal impact of the war on terror, criminal justice in America and the skill, science and art of advocacy. His primary areas of scholarly interest are focused on the effective development of advocacy persuasion techniques during pre-trial, trial and appellate presentations, the federal rules of evidence, and the intersection of criminal law and the law of war as it relates to the war on terror.
Hansen, Victor

Victor Hansen serves as an Associate Professor of Law at the New England School of Law, where he teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, and Professional Responsibility. Before joining the New England faculty in 2005, Professor Hansen finished 20 years of service in the Army as a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army JAG Corps. He previously served as a regional defense counsel for the United States Army Trial Defense Service. He also worked as a military prosecutor and supervising prosecutor and has been involved in military capital litigation as a prosecutor and as a defense attorney. Professor Hansen was an associate professor of law at The Judge Advocate General's School in Charlottesville, Virginia where he taught evidence, advocacy, and military law. Professor Hansen is a frequent commentator in local and national media on legal subjects related to the war on terror, detention and interrogation operations, and military tribunals. Professor Hansen is the author of several articles on criminal law, expert evidence, military law and law of war issues. His areas of scholarly interest include constitutional law related to criminal procedure, military criminal law, the law of war, and death penalty issues. Professor Hansen earned his Juris Doctorate from Lewis & Clark School of Law and an L.L.M. from the United States Army Judge Advocate General's School.
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