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Morris D. Davis Edit Profile

Lawyer , Military officer

Morris D. Davis was American military officer, lawyer. Bar: United States Supreme Court, Court Appeals Armed Forces, Air Force Court Criminal Appeals, District of Columbia, North Carolina. Decorated Air Force meritorious Service medal with 4 oak leaf clusters, Air Force commendation medal with 2 oak leaf clusters, Air Force achievement medal with 1 oak leaf cluster, Southwest Asia service medal.

Background

Davis, Morris D. was born on July 31, 1958 in Shelby, North Carolina, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Appalachian State University, North Carolina, 1980. Juris Doctor, North Carolina Central University School Law, 1983. Master of Laws, Army Judge Advocate General School, 1992.

Master of Laws, George Washington University National Law Center, 1992.

Career

Advanced through ranks to colonel United States Air Force, 2001. Chief military justice Eastern Space & Missile Center, Patrick, Florida, 1983—1985. Area defense counsel, 1985—1988.

Circuit trial counsel, eastern circuit Bolling, District of Columbia, 1988—1989. Appellate government counsel, 1989—1991. Civil law division instructor United States Air Force Judge Advocate General School, Maxwell, Arizona, 1992—1995, deputy commandant, 2000—2003.

Staff judge advisory 14th Flying Training Wing, Columbus, Mississippi, 1995—1997, 7th Bomb Wing, Dyess, Texas, 1997—2000. Director Air Force Legal Information Services Air Force Legal Services Agency, Maxwell, Arizona, 2003—2005. Staff judge advisory 20th Air Force, Forest Engineer Warren, Wyoming, 2005.

Chief prosecutor Office Military Commissions United States Department Defense, Washington, 2005—2007. Retired, 2007.

Achievements

  • Bar: United States Supreme Court, Court Appeals Armed Forces, Air Force Court Criminal Appeals, District of Columbia, North Carolina.