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Winston McDonald Haythe

Winston McDonald Haythe, American lawyer, real estate investor, educator. Bar: Virginia 1967, District of Columbia 1969.


  • Haythe, Winston McDonald was born on October 10, 1940 in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. Son of McDonald Swann and Henrietta Elizabeth (East) Haythe.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Missouri State University, 1963. Juris Doctor, College William and Mary, 1967. Postgraduate, University Virginia, 1968—1969.

      Graduate, Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1982. Graduate, United States Defense University, 1984. Master of Laws, United States Army Judge Advocate General School, 1976.


    • Associate Rhyne & Rhyne, Washington, 1969-1972. Senior trial attorney Atomic Energy Commission, 1972-1973. Assistant general counsel, senior attorney Consumer Produce Safety Commission, 1973-1982.

      Staff director legal office Environmental Protection Agency, 1982-1983, senior attorney for enforcement policy, 1985-1991, senior attorney National Enforcement Training Institute, 1991-1994, assistant director, 1994-1996, senior legal counsel, 1996-2001. Senior counsel Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training, 2001—2005. Chief counsel National Enforcement Training Institute, since 2005.

      Legislation fellow United States Senate, Washington, 1983-1985. Advisory council paralegal studies University Maryland, 1980-1995, chairman, 1992-1995, adjunct professor law, 1978-1994. Law faculty United States Army Judge Advisory General's School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1969-1994, National Advocacy Center United States Department Justice, Columbia, South Carolina, since 1999.

      Consultant Barrister Ent., Washington, since 1978. Elected member undergraduate programs advisory council University Maryland, 1993-1995. Guest lecturer George Washington University School Law, 1999-2002, adjunct professor law, since 2002.

      Member Strayer University Business Administrator Program Advisory Council, since 2003, Federal Dispute Resolution Conference Advisory Board, since 2004.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Virginia 1967, District of Columbia 1969.


    Denomination: Presbyterian


    Trustee Georgetown Presbyterian Church, 1995-1998, vice president trustees, 1996, president trustees, 1997-1998, elder, member session, 2000-2003, clerk of session, 2003-2007. Colonel Judge Advocate General Corps, United States Army Reserve, 1967-1994, retired. Fellow: Foundation Federal Bar Association (life).

    Member: St. Andrews Society Washington, Federal Bar Association (federal career services division 1974-1990, national council since 1998, council member foundation since 2003), District of Columbia Bar Association, Virginia State Bar Association, College William and Mary Law School Association (board directors 1988-1995), Social List Washington, English Speaking Union, Cosmos Club, Knights Templar, Kappa Mu Epsilon.



    Playing organ, piano, theater, concerts, reading.


    • Married Glenann Leigh Rogers, August 17, 1963 (divorced 1977). Children: Sheila Elaine, Kevin McDonald(deceased), Rhonda Leigh.
    • father: McDonald Swann Haythe
    • mother: Henrietta Elizabeth (East) Haythe
    • spouse: Glenann Leigh Rogers
    • children: Sheila Elaine Haythe
    • Kevin McDonald Haythe (deceased)
    • Rhonda Leigh Haythe
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    • 1963
      Missouri State University
    • 1967
      College William and Mary
    • 1982
      Command and General Staff School
    • 1984
      United States Defense University
    • 1976
      United States Army Judge Advocate General School
    • 1969 - 1972
      Associate, Rhyne & Rhyne
      Washington, United States
    • 1972 - 1973
      senior, trial attorney Atomic Energy Commission
    • 1973 - 1982
      assistant, attorney Consumer Produce Safety Commission
    • 1973 - 1982
      senior, attorney Consumer Produce Safety Commission
    • 2001 - 2005
      senior, counsel Office of Criminal Enforcement
    • 2005
      chief counsel, National Enforcement Training Institute
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