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David Maas is an assistant attorney general in the complex criminal litigation unit at the Wisconsin Department of Justice. David joined the office in 2008, having previously served as an assistant district attorney in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, for nine years. David is currently the chief cyber crime and internet crimes against children prosecutor. He continues to also handle a diverse caseload including fraud, public corruption, drug, homicide, and sexually violent persons cases. David is a frequent instructor at statewide basic and advanced trial skills courses and has taught several trial skills courses for the National District Attorneys Association and NAGTRI. Drawing on a background of performing improvisational comedy and theater, David has developed trial skills courses on using theater techniques to enhance courtroom presentation, staging, and communication. When not working, David enjoys playing ice hockey, golf, and hold ‘em, and he can’t wait for the Packers’ season to start.