NAAG Roles

Faculty, Center for Legal Advocacy and Faculty Development

David has been an assistant attorney general with the Wisconsin Department of Justice since 2008 and currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Complex Criminal Litigation Unit. David is the head of Wisconsin’s Statewide Prosecutor Education and Training (SPET) program. SPET provides new prosecutor courses and trial skills courses to less experienced assistant district attorneys each year and hosts multiple webinars throughout the year. David specializes in Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) cases, and he teaches investigative and prosecution strategies in ICAC, Cyber Crime, and digital evidence to law enforcement and prosecutors locally, nationally, and internationally. David started his prosecution career as an assistant district attorney for nine years in Milwaukee County.

David has been a NAGTRI presenter on several topics including trial skills, litigation strategies, presentation techniques, and ethics. He served a similar role for the National District Attorneys Association prior to joining the Wisconsin DOJ.

David holds a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison, Wisconsin, and a B.A. in Economics from Rice University in Houston, Texas.