1969, Louisiana; 1972, Florida
Loyola University of the South, J.D., 1969
Law School Graduation Year
Loyola University of the South, B.S.S., 1963
Slidell (President, 1974-1975), St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana State and American (Chairman, Committee on Parental Education, 1977-1982) Bar Associations; The Florida Bar; American Judicature Society; Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel.
Member, Board of Editors, Loyola Law Review, 1968-1969. Author: Casenote, Constitutional Law—Right to Counsel—Special Court Martial, 14 Loyola Law Review 205. City Prosecutor, City of Slidell, 1972-1977. City Attorney, City of Slidell, 1975-1979, 1982-1983. Assistant District Attorney, 22nd Judicial District, 1973-1976. Special Prosecutor, 22nd Judicial District, 1985-1994. Resident Managing Partner, Deutsch, Kerrigan & Stiles, 1981-1994.
With U.S.A., 1964-1966; Capt., USAR, 1972