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Episode #128 (FINAL): July 26, 2009
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Bill Cahill
Political Consultant, Cahill Public Affairs
Show appearance: May 6, 2007

Bill Cahill is a management and public affairs professional with over 30 years of experience working in both the public and private sectors. He is currently President of Cahill Public Affairs, LLC, a government relations, advocacy and communications consultancy. He was previously Managing Director of Pierce Atwood Consulting. He founded Cahill Communications in 1991 and has been a principal in a number of companies in both the manufacturing and service sectors, including J.D. Cahill Co., Inc. and Cahill International Corporation.

Martin Capodice
with NH Employment Security
Show appearance: Nov. 11, 2007

No description given.

Richard Carmona
Former Surgeon General of the US
Show appearance: Sep. 30, 2007

No description given.


Dave Carney
Republican Consultant
Show appearances: Mar. 4, 2007, May 20, 2007, Sep. 16, 2007, Nov. 11, 2007, Dec. 23, 2007, Mar. 23, 2008, Feb. 08, 2009

David M. Carney is a principal in Norway Hill Associates. Since 1980, he has been involved in Republican politics. He has served as general political consultant to Texas Governor Rick Perry since his first campaign for Lt. Governor in 1998. He has since helped guide him through two successful elections as Governor. During the past decade Mr. Carney has helped dozens of campaigns at both the statewide and congressional levels including Congressman Vito Fossella (NY), Congresswoman Jean Schmidt (OH) and Texas Supreme Court Justices Paul Green and Don Willett.

During the 1996 presidential campaign Mr. Carney served various roles for the Dole for President and Dole/Kemp organization. He served as Senior Adviser traveling with Vice Presidential nominee Jack Kemp. Before that he was a Senior Adviser to the Dole for President primary campaign. Prior to his work for Senator Dole, he held the position of Deputy Executive Director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, where he was responsible for overseeing the committee's political operations.

Rep. Kim Casey
NH State Representative (D)
House Education Committee
Show appearance: Apr. 8, 2007

Kim Casey has lived in NH for 22 years. She is married to Jack Casey, and has three children.

A member of the Exeter Region Cooperative School Board for 8-1/2 years, she also is serving in her third term in the NH House, (Rockingham District 11, East Kingston and Newton) where she presently sits on the Education Committee, the Joint Legislative Committee on Rules, the Right to Know Commission, and was a member of the Task Force on Education Adequacy, and the Education Subcommittee on the Adequacy definition.

Michael Castaldo
Member of ONE
Show appearance: Sept. 14, 2008

Born Sep. 5, 1965 Bronx NY. Moved to Mahopac, NY 1966. Graduated Mahopac High 1983, enrolled Pratt Institute Brooklyn, NY Fine Arts Major. Finished Communication Design Major 1988. Concurrently in 1984 he joined the United States Marine Corp. Fall 1984 posted to his reserve unit at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn NY. Received many letters of merit, honorably discharged 1990.

Married to Christine Castaldo 1991. Moved to San Francisco CA. He worked as a stockbroker for the first eight years we were there, had three sons then in 2000 when my youngest son was diagnosed with autism he quit to become a stay-at-home dad and caregiver.

In 2005 they moved to Dover NH. As this was also his fortieth trip around the sun he was prone to melancholy. While watching one of his favorite Britcoms "the Vicar of Dibly" the vicar in an episode titled "The Anniversary" was also turning forty. As is typical to the plot of the show the rest of the cast tease her, this time over her request to join her in asking the G8 leaders (then meeting at Glenn Eagles) to Make Poverty History. At the end of the show they consent to watching a video on the MPH website that shows a interview of two young boys. They had just lost their mother to AIDS and were soon to loose their father. The cast is silent, all wearing a white band, and the only sound that could be heard is him weeping. He rose from his chair, and announced to his wife I must do something - that it would not do to have this continue.

After a little googling he found that "MPH" was "ONE" here in the states. He bought some ONE bands, made his own ONE "t" shirts and started handing them out at the local brewpub. That was good, but then the chance to meet the candidates for president came to town (literally). After a speech on poverty and a brief photo-op with former Sen. Edwards, he had the good fortune to meet Sen. John McCain at a private house party right here in Dover. It was the first of many meetings between them. In those days Sen. Obama was traveling without the Secret Service so access was just as easy; and he was just as gracious and magnanimous. In fact all the candidates who would eventually become "front runners" gave him and ONE the same level of respect as those who were early to leave the contest.

In the months that followed he made many good friends on the 'trail'. Encouragement has come from both sides of the aisle, and at every event he felt as if he made a connection with a few of his neighbors and that was all he needed to consider it a successful day.

Now he spends his days as a cook at the brand new Dover "Margaritas" trying to work harder than the kids half his age.

Taylor Caswell
NE Regional Director HUD
Show appearance: Apr. 6, 2008

Taylor Caswell is the New England Regional Director for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Appointed to the post in 2005 by the Bush Administration, Taylor serves as the chief federal housing official in the six-state New England region (Region 1). Taylor has also served as Chairman of the U.S. Interagency Regional Council on Homelessness and the Greater Boston Federal Executive Board.  

New England is among the most expensive real estate markets in the country, making the issues of housing and development vital to the continued success of the region. HUD Region 1 consists of nearly 350 employees in six offices in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. In fiscal year 2006, HUD distributed over $5 billion in the region and subsidized over 330,000 units of housing in the region.  

For the last 15 years, Taylor has developed experience in both the public and private sectors both in Washington and in New England. He served five years in the United States Congress as senior staff to Congressman Bill Zeliff (NH), including the 1994 transition in the House of Representatives. In addition, Taylor represented the financial services industry in the Congress and with federal departments of the Clinton and Bush administrations, and most recently worked in the New England energy sector, managing region-wide government and public relations projects. Taylor has also worked in various capacities in presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial campaigns since 1988.  

Throughout his professional career, Taylor has maintained a strong dedication to community issues. While living in the Washington, D.C. area, Taylor held positions in local planning issues including his appointment to a local planning committee by the Arlington County (VA) Board dealing with neighborhood conservation, traffic planning, and preservation.  

In 2006, Taylor was recognized by Gettysburg College, receiving the College’s “Young Alumni Achievement Award.” In 2004, he was named one of New Hampshire’s statewide “40 under Forty” young leaders. He serves as a board member of The Nature Conservancy’s New Hampshire chapter, is active in the state’s YMCA Youth & Government program, and is a former board member of the Audubon Society of New Hampshire, the Greater Nashua (NH) Chamber of Commerce, and the New Hampshire State Society of Washington, D.C. He remains active in northern New Hampshire charitable activities including an endowment fund for the benefit of low-income children in Grafton, Carroll, and Coos counties.  

Taylor grew up in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire. He now lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife, Dr. Susan Ide Caswell, and their two children.

Sam A. Cataldo
Former NH State Representative
Show appearance: Mar. 02, 2008, Jun. 29, 2008

The Hon. “Sam” A. Cataldo, moved to NH in 1972, as owner of a full service restaurant in Seabrook, NH, and is presently residing in Farmington NH. “Sam” was elected to the NH House of Representatives in 2002 and 2004. As a member of the Science, Technology and Energy committee served as chairman of the Radio Frequency Identification commission. Chairman of the study committee; Uses of Biodiesel for Home Heating and Vehicular Transportation, and Chairman of the study committee; Maximizing Incentives for Voluntary Renewable Energy in NH.

A few Bills that were signed into law during his 4 year term: Prime Sponsor: HB 1758, Classifying Bio-oil, Bio Synthetic Gas, and Biodiesel as a renewable energy source and relative to taxation of renewable generation facilities; Prime Sponsor; HB 47, Regulating the use of computer spyware, and Co-sponsor HB 1609 FN, Requiring a pilot project to estimate future water needs and availability, and HB 1696 FN, Relative to the Cremation of Human Remains.

Prime author of HB 415-FN, establishing a geothermal assessment project to assess the current state of technology relating to harvesting geothermal energy in New Hampshire to generate electricity.

Mr. Cataldo has an extensive and diversified background and education. Six (6) years in the USAF, as a rated pilot. A commercial pilot with Instrument, Multi-engine and instructor ratings. An Environmental Test Technician; Engineering Reports Writer; Cemetery Superintendent; Nuclear Health Physics Shift Supervisor; Nuclear instructor/Consultant, Decontamination Project Manager, and Nuclear Site Superintendent. Presently volunteered as an observer for the NH Health and Human Services nuclear plant(s) assessment team first responders.

An associate degree program from Lowell Technology in Electronic Engineering, the BS program from Northeastern in Industrial Management and the Masters program from LaSalle University. Completed and certified training in Novell Netware computers as a Novell. Engineer.


Michael Caulfield
Show appearance: July 22, 2007 , Dec. 23, 2007

Mike Caulfield is an expert in net-enabled education and a political novice. He was a senior developer on projects as various as Columbia University Online, Harvard Business School Publishing Online, and Earobics, a suite of early literacy tools since bought by Houghton Mifflin. In addition to building academic projects, he has built and designed educational webware for Fortune 500 companies and was the lead developer on an interactive Cable and Wireless simulation which won a Brandon Hall Gold Medal for use of media.

In 2004, enraged about the Iraq War, Mike did his first canvassing, knocking on doors for Kerry for the general election. In 2006, he merged his interest in activism and knowledge of social technology to launch a blog aimed at removing Charlie Bass from office, a blog that came to national prominence when it was discovered Charlie Bass's Policy Director was posting on the site as a "concerned Democrat". Since the election he has been a managing editor at Blue Hampshire, an online political community for New Hampshire progressives.

You can visit his site at or go to Blue Hampshire at to discuss the latest in New Hampshire politics.

Fmr. Gov. Paul Cellucci
Fmr. Governor of Massachusetts (R)
Fmr. US Ambassador to Canada
Show appearance: Mar. 11, 2007

Mr. Cellucci offers more than 35 years of public service experience, including, as US Ambassador to Canada, Governor of Massachusetts, and Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts. As Special Counsel to the Public Strategy Group, Mr. Cellucci will focus on the areas of life sciences, energy and technology.

Mr. Cellucci was named Ambassador after serving as Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1997 to 2001 and Lieutenant Governor from 1991 to 1997. He has been a leader in education reform, increased access to health care, the fight against domestic violence, and cutting taxes.

Ambassador Cellucci received his law degree from Boston College Law School in 1973. In 1970, he graduated from the Boston College School of Management, where he served in the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). He also served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 1970 until 1978, when he was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain.

Gregory Chase
Hedge Fund Manager, New Political Investor
Show appearance: Nov. 4, 2007

Gregory grew up in Lexington MA and earned a BA and MA in physics from Harvard in '03. He worked at Morgan Stanley in New York trading oil for two years and then worked at Bank of America in London trading currencies for one year. Chase returned to the US to start a currency trading hedge fund with his brother in 2006

Anne Chay
Military Families Speak Out (
Show appearance: Apr. 15, 2007

Anne Chay is a member of Military Families Speak Out from Andover, Massachusetts. Her son, a private first class with the 23rd Infantry Regiment of the Army's 2nd Infantry Division, has been stationed in Baghdad since July, 2006. He is a gunner in mortar unit, and was due to come home this summer. His tour of duty, along with all other soldiers in the Army serving in Iraq, was just extended by 3 months. Anne teaches math at Lawrence High School in Massachusetts and had not been a political activist -- until recently. "This is the first time I've ever gotten publicly involved in anything...This is not my regular MO," she stated in an interview with a reporter from the Lawrence Eagle-Tribune. At one time Anne considered the war in Iraq to be a necessary response to the September 11th attacks, and felt that she should give the benefit of the doubt to her elected leaders. However, the more she learned about the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq, the more she questioned the war. Two weeks after her son turned 18, just after high school graduation, he joined the Army. She attended his graduation from boot camp, and then sent him off to a war she did not believe in. She joined Mililtary Families Speak Out in September, 2006. She first spoke out at a rally on New Year's Day, 2007 in Boston to commemorate and mourn the 3,000th U.S. troop death in Iraq, telling the assembled crowd, "We weep with each passing day, as three or more U.S. troops and countless Iraqi children, women and men lose their lives in a war based on lies." She was quoted in a USA Today story about the 3,000th troop death. She and her daughter traveled to Washington, D.C. later in January, 2007 to join a contingent of 150 member families of Military Families Speak Out from across the country as they participated in a large demonstration, march and rally opposing the war in Iraq and calling for the the troops to be brought home now and taken care of when they get home.

Dean Christon
Executive Director
NH Housing Finance Authority
Show appearance: Apr. 6, 2008

Dean J. Christon was appointed Executive Director of New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority in July 2007. He has been with New Hampshire Housing for more than 20 years, having served as Deputy Executive Director, Operations/Chief Operating Officer and Assistant Executive Director. Prior to joining the Authority, Christon was staff Director for the Joint Committee on Review of Agencies and Programs for New Hampshire General Court. He has an extensive background in program and performance evaluation, policy analysis and planning.

Christon was appointed by the Board of Mayor and Alderman in 2004 to serve on the Manchester Community Resource Center Board of Directors, and he is Vice Chair of the New Hampshire Housing and Conservation Planning Program Advisory Committee. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for NeighborWorks of Greater Manchester, the Heritage United Way Community Impact Committee, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s Community Technical Assistance Program Steering Committee, the New Hampshire Emergency Shelter and Homeless Coordination Commission, and the Community Development Finance Authority/Housing Futures Fund Advisory Committee.

Christon holds a Bachelor of Art degree in Political Science from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH, and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Christon is past Chair for the City of Manchester’s Enterprise Community Advisory Board. He has also served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Advisory Council, the Fannie Mae Northern New England Advisory Board, the New Hampshire State Government Operations Task Force, the New Hampshire Charitable Fund’s Building Communities Program Advisory Committee and the City of Manchester Housing Council.

Sen. Jackie Cilley
NH State Senator (D)
Show appearances: Mar. 18, 2007, July 1, 2007, Oct. 28, 2007, May 25, 2008, Aug. 17, 2008, Oct. 12, 2008, Nov. 23, 2008

She is a NH native from a working-class family of Berlin, NH. In her late 20's she put herself through college while working and raising one son, receiving her BA in 1983. During the latter part of that time, she remarried, had another child and went on to earn her Master's degree in Business Administration, receiving that degree in 1985. Following the receipt of her MBA she began to teach for the University of NH where she continued to teach on first a part-time and later a full-time basis for the next 20 years.

She has owned and operated her own research consulting service, Cilley & Associates for approximately 15 years. She is also a partner in her husband's company, Horseshoes Plus, Inc., located in Barrington, NH, at which they will be celebrating their fifteenth year in business on November 2, 2006.

She is married, has five sons and 11 grandchildren, all of whom are an integral part of her life. In 2004, she ran for and won election to the NH Legislature. During her first year in office, she continued to teach a full course load at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics. By the end of that year, it was evident to her that she could not do the quality of work on both that is her orientation.

Consequently, after 20 years of teaching, she left the classroom. She now serves full time and dedicates herself to understanding the issues facing the people of her district and of the state.

Kelly Clark
NH AARP State Director
Show appearance: June 24, 2007

No description given.

Major Gen. Kenneth R. Clark
The Adjutant General of New Hampshire
Show appearance: Jan. 20, 2008

Major General Kenneth R. Clark assumed duties as the Adjutant General, New Hampshire National Guard on December 12, 2004. General Clark serves as Military Chief of Staff to the Governor and is the Executive Head of the Adjutant General’s Department. As Adjutant General, he oversees all aspects of the Adjutant General’s Department, which includes Army and Air National Guard and the New Hampshire Veteran’s Cemetery. It is the duty of the Adjutant General to direct and plan the deployment of the forces of the New Hampshire National Guard in carrying out state military missions; establishing unified command of state forces when jointly engaged and to perform such military duties under the Governor’s direction. Should the Governor and those who would act in succession to the Governor under the constitution and laws of the State of New Hampshire not be able to perform duties of commander-in-chief, the Adjutant General would command the militia. As the Adjutant General for the State of New Hampshire, his duties and responsibilities also include interaction with various state, federal and military officials.

He was graduated from Laconia High School, Laconia, New Hampshire in 1964. In 1968, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire.
General Clark is married to the former Deborah J. Farr of Arlington, Virginia. She retired as a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve Nursing Corps in 1995. They have a son, Brian and a daughter, Jodi.

Laura Clawson
Editor of Blue Hampshire
Show appearance: Feb. 3, 2008

Laura Clawson is a postdoctoral fellow in sociology at Dartmouth College; she completed her PhD at Princeton University in 2007. She is a founding editor of Blue Hampshire (, where she writes under her own name, and a contributing editor at Daily Kos, where she writes as MissLaura.

Sen. Robert Clegg
NH State Senator
Show appearances: Sep. 2, 2007, Nov. 4, 2007, Mar. 09, 2008

Born in Massachusetts. His family moved to New Hampshire. After graduating High School in Nashua and being unable to afford higher education, Bob went to work in the construction industry taking work wherever he could find it and building himself up to eventually own his own construction company, as well as other small businesses.

Bob has always felt it was important to be a good member of the community and that in order to be such you have to give back what you have been given...and a little bit more. He began volunteering his time and talents to various organizations and causes in his hometown of Hudson where he has served as: town councilor, selectman, member of the Budget Committee, Building Board of Appeals, Economic Development Committee, and Charter Study Committee. In 1993, the Hudson Chamber of Commerce recognized Bob as its Citizen of the Year. He also has been recognized by Hudson Post #48 for his work on behalf of veterans.

During his four terms in the New Hampshire House of Representatives Bob served in several leadership positions including Speaker Pro Tempore, Assistant Majority Leader and Majority Caucus Whip. He has been named Legislator of the Year by the National Republican Legislators Association, and Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Hampshire.

In 2002, Bob was elected to represent District 14 in the New Hampshire State Senate. He has served as Majority Leader of the New Hampshire Senate.

Bob is a member of the United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) and a Board member of the USPCA Foundation. He is past President of the Hudson Taxpayers Association, Chairman of the State Building Code Review Board and a member of the Masons.

Lynn Clowes
Director of Cultural Competency
NH Minority Health Coalition
Show appearance: May 11, 2008

Lynn Clowes, MA is the Director of the Cultural Competency Group at the NH Minority Health Coalition, an organization that has addressed NH cultural competency needs since 1993.  In this position, she conducts and facilitates cultural competency workshops and forums for health, mental health, and human service providers as well as educators and business employees that serve culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse populations.  Beyond workshops, Clowes and her associates provide long and short-term consulting with agencies on organizational culture, culturally competent policies and procedures, and managing workplace diversity among employees or between providers and clients.  Clowes speaks French, Spanish, Finnish, and English, has served as an interpreter in Central America Solidarity work, and draws on over fifteen years of experience in cultural exchange and international development to inform her work.  Clowes worked as Director of Training at the Mississippi Consortium for International Development at Jackson State University, and received a BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania and a MA in International and Intercultural Management from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont.  She is passionate about educating and learning about the issues of race, culture, and justice.

Richard Cohen
Director, Disabilities Rights Center
Show appearance: Aug. 19, 2007

Richard Cohen has been DRC's Executive Director since 2002. In addition to his director duties, he performs a policy role by working with consumers, families, legislators, other government officials, and disability and advocacy groups in seeking systemic solutions to problems faced by individuals with disabilities. Dick received a B.A. in government from Boston University and a law degree from Boston College Law School.

Dick began his legal career in legal services, spending 11 years in the Keene and Concord offices of New Hampshire Legal Assistance. Among the cases he litigated at NHLA were Laaman vs. Helgemoe and Garrity vs. Gallen. Laaman resulted in a sweeping order by the late Judge Hugh Bownes requiring major improvements in conditions, educational, vocational medical, mental health and other services and programs at the New Hampshire State Prison as well as the abolishment of solitary confinement. Garrity, or the Laconia State School suit, was recently given the distinction by New Hampshire Magazine as one of the two most important class action law suits in New Hampshire's history. Dick was lead trial counsel in a nearly 3 month trial which led to a sweeping order by the late Judge Shane Devine requiring, among other things, that the state establish the Area Agency-community service system and ensure that local school districts assume educational responsibility for children placed at Laconia. The case ultimately led to the closure of the state school, making New Hampshire the first state in the union to run a virtually institution free system of services for persons with developmental disabilities.

Atty. Brad Cook
NHBR Columnist
Show appearance: June 10, 2007 , Dec. 02, 2007, Feb. 18, 2008, Dec. 14, 2008

Brad Cook is a partner in the firm of Sheehan Phinney Bass and Green. He is the head of the firm's Estate Planning and Probate and Government Relations Practice Groups. He represents many colleges and private secondary schools, religious organizations throughout New England, and hospital, nursing home and other charitable clients. He also represents both for-profit and not-for-profit clients before the New Hampshire Legislature on a regular basis, and practices general corporate law. He writes a regular column, " Cook on Concord," which appears in the New Hampshire Business Review.

In 2001, Brad was recognized by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce as its Citizen of the Year. That same year, he received the Eugene M. Van Loan III Leadership Award from Easter Seals New Hampshire. In 1980, his contributions to the University of New Hampshire were acknowledged with the UNH Alumni Meritorious Service Award. He also has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America 2005-2006 in the Trusts and Estates Section.

Garth Corriveau
President & Chair of NH Young Democrats
Show appearance: Jan. 13, 2008

Garth was born and raised in “Our Town” Peterborough, New Hampshire. He is a 2000 graduate of Middlebury College with BA’s in Political Science and American Civilization. Garth worked as a staffer for Jeanne Shaheen’s 2000 reelection campaign and then received his Juris Doctor and Master of Intellectual Property Law degrees in 2004 from Franklin Pierce Law Center. After working in government affairs in the Washington, D.C. area, Garth returned to N.H. to practice law. He now works in Nashua as an attorney for Gottesman and Hollis, P.A. and resides in Manchester.

Fergus Cullen
NH Republican Party Chairman
Show appearances: Feb. 18, 2007, Apr. 29, 2007, Sep. 2, 2007, Feb. 24, 2008, Jul. 27, 2008, Nov. 02, 2008

Fergus Cullen, 34, is a small business owner, high school coach, and newspaper columnist. He was recently elected as the Chair of the NH Republican Party. An editorial page columnist with the New Hampshire Union Leader, Fergus has written more than 50 pieces on NH politics and other subjects since 2004. He has also been published in the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Hartford Courant , New Haven Register, and Runner's World magazine. For a complete bio see

Art Cunningham
Attorney, NH Sierra Club
Show appearances: Feb. 1, 2009

No description given.

Renny Cushing
Exec. Director, Murder Victims' Families For Human Rights
Show appearance: Aug. 19, 2007

Renny Cushing is the founder and Executive Director of Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights. His father's murder in 1988 has shaped his work as an advocate for crime victims and as an opponent of capital punishment.

As a victim-abolitionist Renny has been a pioneer in the effort to bridge death penalty abolition groups and the victims' rights movement. He travels throughout the U.S. and the world speaking with and on behalf of victims who oppose capital punishment.

He serves on the board of directors of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, where he is vice-chair, the board of the American Society of Victimology, and the steering committee of the World Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. He is a member of National Organization for Victim Assistance, the U..S Human Rights Network, Amnesty International, Fight Crime Invest In Kids, Parents of Murdered Children, and the National Writers Union/UAW Local 1981.

Michael Cutler
Mass Bar Assoc. Drug Policy Task Force
Show appearance: Nov. 23, 2008

Michael Cutler has practiced law in Massachusetts for more than thirty years as a criminal and civil litigator at trial and on appeal, and as a legislative educator and advocate. His current practice focuses on appeals and new trial litigation for murder prisoners; he also helps train and supervise private bar attorneys newly approved to receive appointments to indigent patients in mental health commitment and coercive medication proceedings. He currently volunteers with the Massachusetts Bar Association as vice-chair of its multidisciplinary drug policy task force.
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