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Bio: Law enforcement retired Chief, currently Professor of Law teaching constitutional criminal procedure. Attorney, active member of the State Bar of California and admitted to practice before the United States federal courts. Sworn as a Deputy District Attorney since 1993, handling a number of major homicide cases and murder trials over the years. Doctorate of Law (J.D.) Cal Northern School of Law (1993) I am currently also working part time on a death penalty murder case which is being appealed.  Hobbys in addition to amateur radio include traveling in the RV, Harley motorcycle, playing with the tractor and the quad, shooting, and sport cars (C-5 Corvette and Mazda Miata). I recently completed a three (3) day high performance (racing) driving school for ZR-1 and Z06 Corvettes at Spring Mountain road course in Nevada. ... GREAT FUN AT 135 MPH!!!

Amateur radio operator since 1976, tested at the good 'ol 555 Battery St., S.F offices. Active DX'er on the low bands, mostly long path to Europe during the winter season. I do not chase paper or QSL cards, but If you want a QSL card from me, please send SASE to me direct and I will QSL 100%

Station: Yaesu FTDX 5000D, Kenwood TS-950SDX; Mics are a Radiosport headset for the 500, and a Heil on the 950SDX. 4 Sq. vertical array for 40 / 80 meters, four (4) element monoband yagis at approx. 65' on 20 and 56' and a log periodic on 17 through 10 meters. Currently have two towers, 63' and 54', and the four square on five (5) acres. Amplifiers include a Tokyo Hy-Power HL-1.5 SKFX solid state, and a Commander 2500. I operate RV mobile frequently in the summer, and have a second radio in the shop connected to the attenna system. All antennas are remotely switched with the towers located about 300' from the shack. Located in Nr. California. As of June 2014, have worked 280 countries

Photo on the left taken on day of retirement in 2008

34 years in law enforcement

Photo on the right taken in 1977

40/80 meter 4 square. Hygain hightower sections with home-brew top elements. Free standing with the standard tilt over base. Radial system is buried and approximately 60 radials per antenna connected electrically in a grid. The array is fed with 75 ohm military hard line. Phase network by Comtek. The four square has worked 199 countries on 80 as of April 2014, mostly SSB

20 meter 4 element mono-band yagi on front tower. Back tower has a 4 element 15 meter yagi. Wire inverted V 's for 160,6, 40 and 75 (for local contacts)

Kenwood TS950SDX on left, Yaesu FTDX 5000D on right. The Yaesu FTDX 5000D has the best receiver and filtering I have ever heard.

C-5 Chevrolet Corvette. No room for radios, but who cares.

85 mph right hander at Spring Mountain Roadcourse in NV. Car is a race prepared 2013 Z06 Corvette. Great fun

Hot air balloon ride in New Mexico in 2011 which ended in a crash into a street light pole and a pick up truck

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