For more than 20 years, I have devoted my career to criminal law. I have a degree in Criminal Justice from LSU, and worked for some of the best Louisiana criminal defense attorneys throughout law school. Upon graduation in 1995, I served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Michael R. Erwin, a judge in the 19th Judicial District Criminal Court. I then served as a staff attorney for the East Baton Rouge Parish Office of Public Defender for 7 years, where I tried many felony jury trials (including death penalty) and handled thousands of cases.

Since 2002, I have headed the criminal division for Keogh Cox and Wilson, APLC., where I now serve of counsel. In 2005, the Louisiana Supreme Court appointed me to serve as Judge Ad Hoc in the Baton Rouge City Court, an honor I continue to fulfill when requested by the City Court Judges. I am a lifetime member of the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (LACDL), present member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA), and Past President of the Baton Rouge Bar of Criminal Justice.