Jason Slothouber is a senior prosecutor for the Colorado Attorney General and is cross appointed as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. He has spent the last seven years handling complex white collar crime cases including securities fraud, insurance fraud, organized crime, and wire/mail fraud cases. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s office Jason spent three years as a district attorney in and around Aspen and completed a two-year federal clerkship. Jason is a recognized leader in trial strategy and execution: he has successfully litigated dozens of jury trials, won a national championship in mock trial, and regularly teaches legal education courses on trial strategy and execution around the country. Jason is the author of a book chapter on identification evidence put out by the Colorado Bar Association, and another chapter on opening and closing statements for the Colorado District Attorney’s Council. Jason also moonlights as a professor, teaching the White Collar Crime course at the University of Colorado Law School.