Craig W. Drummond is an attorney and former Captain in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. He is originally from the historic town of St. Joseph, Missouri, and received his undergraduate and law degrees from Drake University.
In 2007, Captain Drummond was deployed to Iraq where he defended U.S. Army Sniper Specialist Jorge G. Sandoval, Jr. who was being court-martialed for two murders and other related charges. The case made international headlines with the New York Times, the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and the Associated Press all having reporters cover the trial. Captain Drummond was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his service in Iraq. While on active duty, Captain Drummond served in various assignments, including as a Military Prosecutor for the 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Airborne), Trial Defense Counsel, and Brigade Judge Advocate. In 2010 Captain Drummond was honorably discharged from the Army.
The author currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he practices law, defending citizens charged with crimes and those injured by the negligence of others. He is actively involved with the Nevada Veterans community and when not in trial, he spends every spare second with his amazing wife and two sons.