James Martin Davis, J.D.
- “Our Vietnam Veterans’ Voices: A Town Hall Meeting”
- Thursday, October 27
James Martin Davis is a Nebraska native and an Omaha-based criminal defense and trial attorney who has been in practice for over 35 years.
Davis enlisted in the Army in 1968 after having completed one year of law school at Indiana University School of Law; he served in the 4th Infantry Division until 1970. As a result of his service in Vietnam, he received a battlefield commission as a Second Lieutenant. Directly after his time in the service, Davis worked for the Secret Service. He finally returned to law school, receiving his Juris Doctorate from Indiana.
An active member of the community, Mr. Davis is a member of the Nebraska State (Member, House of Delegates), Indiana State, The Colorado and American (Member, Criminal Justice Section) Bar Associations; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association (Past President). He is also a member of Phi Alpha Theta and Delta Theta Phi.
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