J. ALAN BATY. Alan Baty is Of Counsel to the firm Frohsin & Barger, LLC. His work focuses on criminal defense, white collar cases, internal corporate investigations, and fraud victim assistance. Alan is an accomplished trial attorney who has handled over a thousand criminal cases ranging from drug possession to capital murder while serving more than eleven years as a Deputy District Attorney. Prior to his work as a prosecutor, Alan was in private practice with a Birmingham law firm. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Cumberland School of Law where he teaches basic trial advocacy skills, and has taught Legal Ethics at the Birmingham School of Law. Alan has been voted one of the top five state and federal prosecutors in Birmingham by fellow attorneys, and was a member of the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum, Class 6. He received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law.
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Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J. Everett is from Birmingham, Alabama. He currently serves as a Chief of Military Justice for III Corps and Fort Hood at Fort Hood, Texas, where he acts as the lead prosecutor for the busiest court-martial jurisdiction in the United States Army. His military assignments have focused primarily on litigation and criminal law. He has served as a prosecutor; a criminal defense counsel; Senior Defense Counsel; and as a litigation attorney with the U.S. Army. Prior to becoming a judge advocate, Lt. Col. Everett served several assignments as an Ordnance Officer. Lt. Col. Everett was the recipient of the Outstanding Young Lawyer for the U.S. Army from 2006-2007 by the American Bar Association's Young Lawyer Division, and has received many military awards during his career. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point as a Distinguished Cadet with a B.S. degree, received his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law, and received his L.L.M. in Military Law with a Criminal Law Specialty from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate Legal Center and School, graduating with Honors.
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Brandon Falls was appointed to serve as District Attorney, Tenth Judicial Circuit, Birmingham Division, on September 1, 2008; elected to this position in 2010; and re-elected in 2012. For nineteen years, prior to his appointment as District Attorney, Mr. Falls served as Assistant District Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit.
Mr. Falls has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Cumberland School of Law; faculty for the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina; and faculty for the National College of District Attorneys. Mr. Falls received his undergraduate degree and J.D. from the University of Alabama.
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Justin L. Jones is a Deputy District Attorney for the Tuscaloosa County District Attorney's Office. He received his undergraduate degree from Tuskegee University and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law. Justin was involved in trial advocacy activities while in law school, and continues today as an Adjunct Faculty Advisor at UA Law for the BLSA's Trial Advocacy and Moot Court Teams.
CASEY REYNOLDS. Casey Reynolds is an Assistant Criminal District Attorney in the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney's Office (Texas). She received her undergraduate degree from St. John's College and her J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law.
Bill Veitch is Chief Deputy District Attorney, Bessemer Division, Jefferson County, Alabama. Prior to joining the District Attorney?s office, Mr. Veitch maintained a criminal defense and general litigation practice. Prior to and throughout law school, Mr. Veitch served as a police officer with the city of Birmingham, Alabama.
D. PARKS WHITE. Parks White is the elected District Attorney of the Northern Judicial Circuit of Georgia. Mr. White's work includes the prosecution of felony and misdemeanor cases, supervising an office of Assistant District Attorneys dedicated to justice and victims' rights, as well as prior service as a Judge Advocate General in the United States Navy, including war time service in Iraq where he received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal for his service as a liaison between a Special Operations unit and Iraqi Judges. He was recently promoted to Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy Reserve. Mr. White was selected as one of Georgia's "Top 40 attorneys under 40" in 2014 by the Fulton Daily Report, and is an experienced litigator who has tried more than 60 felony jury trials, including multiple homicides, child molestations, and drug trafficking cases, and is also an accomplished appellate attorney in the State of Georgia. Mr. White received his undergraduate degree from Clemson University, and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law.