Stephen T Bowling Qualifications
What makes me qualified?A summary of my resume to the right skims over some major highlights of what qualifies me to serve as your defense attorney.
In addition to completing and reviewing hundreds of incident reports while in Law Enforcement; I am a member of the National College for DUI Defense, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and other organizations committed to defending the rights of anyone charged with a crime.
– 1997, Military Service
The decision to join the United States Navy at 17 would prove invaluable in building character and leading to a legal career dedicated to Criminal Defense.
The ten years I spent on active duty led to three deployments overseas, visits to over a dozen countries, serving in numerous combat areas in Europe and the Middle East, and being one of the first to New Orleans after hurricane Katrina in 2005.
– 2004, Law Enforcement Experience
In January 2004 I arrived in Ingleside, Texas for a three year assignment with a military police unit. I served as a Patrolman, Field Training Officer, Assistant Watch Commander, and Watch Commander.
Those three years not only led to massive amounts of training in Police Procedures, DWI detection, and administering Field Sobriety Test; but also, led me to see first hand the areas where law enforcement make mistakes that are beneficial to my law practice.
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