Faculty - Craig Denney
Craig Denney teaches undergraduate courses entitled "Organized Crime" and "Federal Prosecution" in UNR's Criminal Justice Department. Craig is a white collar defense attorney in private practice. He defends corporate and individual clients in federal and state law enforcement and regulatory investigations and prosecutions in Nevada and California. Craig previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) with the United States Attorney's Office in Reno and Las Vegas. He prosecuted federal criminal cases involving money laundering, mail & wire fraud, racketeering, drug trafficking, and firearms offenses. Craig has tried numerous jury trials in federal court. Craig is also a military attorney in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG). Education: Juris Doctorate, Case Western Reserve University School of Law (1993); Master's in Business Administration, Saint Martin's College (1999); Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Business, Ohio Dominican College (1990). Professional: National Board of Trial Advocacy; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL); American Bar Association.

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