Episode 81: Teaching the Law To Law Enforcement View Podcast Episode

In this episode we welcome a fellow attorney and friend Brad Marshall.  Brad is an attorney in Manassas, VA.  He was a prosecutor for years and then switched over to being a defense attorney. He still serves as a local prosecutor for a smaller part of the County and he gets to help educate law enforcement during their trainings which is something Brad did a lot of when he was a full time prosecutor. As we asked in the episode, what can’t Brad do?  Check out this episode as he gives us insight into how law enforcement views criminal justice and their training.


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