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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