On today’s episode, Jake interviews his good friend and former law professor, Dr. Scott Broyles. Professor Broyles eared his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Dallas in 2003 and his J.D. from Washington and Lee University in 1990. Professor Broyles worked for a decade as an Assistant United States Attorney in the WDNC initially specializing in organized crime and drugs. He ultimately served as the Anti-Terrorism Coordinator and prosecuted the first case under the Material Support of a Terrorist Organization Statute (U.S. v. Hammoud). Dr. Broyles was a law professor at the Charlotte School of Law and most recently taught political philosophy at Belmont Abbey College before retiring in December 2022.
Hear Dr. Broyles discuss the common traits he observed in the best criminal defense lawyers he went up against as a federal prosecutor.
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