AELE Expert Witness/Litigation
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Name: T. Michael Nault
Nault and Associates, LLC
526 1st Ave. South #524
Seattle, WA. 98104
Internet website: http://www.jurispro.com/TMichaelNault
(1) Relevant prior and part-time employment, with dates:
King County Sheriff/Police, Seattle, WA. (1966-1994)
All ranks up to Major; Interim Chief of Detectives
and Patrol Division Commander Interim Chief of the King County Jail System
Consultant and Trainer in Criminal Justice:
FBI National Academy: (1987-1993): Major Crimes/Serial
U.S. Department of Homeland Security: (1998-2003) DEA: Drug Task Force Managemen[T] Major Crimes
U.S. Department of Justice/State: (1998-2005): International Criminal Investigations Training Assistance Program (ICITAP): Uzbekistan and Indonesia
Seattle University: Adjunct Professo[R] (1975-1977): 400 level Police Administration courses
University of Washington: President's Advisory Committee: Criminal Justice Department
Owner Nault & Associates LLC: Litigation
Consultant Police and Corrections Practices (2005- Present)
(2) Degrees and relevant special training:
Master's Degree: Public Administration: (1974): University of Puget
Sound, Tacoma, WA.
Bachelor's Degree: Police Science and Administration: (1976) Seattle University, Seattle, WA.
Bachelors' Degrees: Speech and Sociology: University of Washington (1968) Seattle, WA.
Associate's Degree: Arts and Sciences: Shoreline Community College (1967), Seattle, WA.
Advanced Crime Scene Investigation Training
False Allegations of Rape: FBI Behavioral Sciences Training Threat Assessment Training: Dept. of Homeland Security
Corrections Directors and Managers Seminar (1981)
IBM Executive Planning Seminar
U.S. Secret Service Dignitary Protection Seminar
Boeing Co. Management Excellence Seminar
Constitutional Law: 500 level MPA Graduate School
(3) Other professional activities:
Member, British-American Chamber of Commerce
Guest Lecture[R] Various Adult Learning Programs nationally: "Criminal Psychopaths: Serial Murder Investigations"
Discover University, Seattle, WA (1996-1998)
Boston Center for Adult Education, Boston, MA (1997)
The Learning Annex, Hartford, CT (1997)
The Learning Connection, Providence, RI. (1997)
Featured Guest Speaker, International Association for Identification Forensic Conference, Danvers, MA (1997)
Featured Guest Speaker, the British Fingerprint Society, U.K. (1997)
Lecture[R] The Lorman Institute: CLE credits: Police Liability: Navigating Police Organizations
Invited Speaker, International Forensic Symposium, Eilat, Israel (1995)
Board of Directors (former), Operation Lookout, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: U.S. Department of Justice (1995)
The only American Law Enforcement official selected as a Committee Member for the International Symposium on Law Enforcement, Moscow, Russia (1991) (Cancelled due to1991 Soviet Revolution)
Featured Guest Lecturer, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (1992): "Serial Murde[R] Two Contrasting Cases"
Committee Chairperson, International Association for Identification: Ethics/Investigations Committee Chair
Washington State Law Enforcement Training Commission Loaned Executive Program: Consultant to Chiefs and Sheriffs: Administration and Organization.
Washington State Legislative Sub Committee on Missing Persons
(4) Retainer information:
(5) Name, address and telephone of attorneys who may be contacted as references:
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Mel Orchard: The Spence Law Firm: Jackson, Wyominig: firstname.lastname@example.org
Breean Beggs: Paukert and Troppman: Spokane, WA: BBeggs@pt-law.com
Rosemarie Paine: Jacobs Law: Hartford, C[T] email@example.com
Julie Kays: Connelly Law: Tacoma, WA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Price: Connelly Law: Tacoma, WA: email@example.com
Micah Lebank: Connelly Law: Tacoma, WA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Hyde: City of Phoenix City Attorney: Robert.Hyde@phoenix.gov
Kathy Wieneke: SWL Law: Phoenix, AZ: KWieneke@swlfirm.com
Steve Venezia: Doherty and Venezia: Phoenix, AZ: 602-277-1585
(6) Publications that contain your paid advertisements (since 1996):
(7) Usual and customary fee: (as of 09/03/13)*
Analysis and Opinion Report Preparation: $195/hr.
Deposition: Minimum $2000 (less than 4 hours) per calendar day
Trial: Minimum $3000 per calendar day(less than 6 hours)
*Adjusted 2 % annually.
(8) Areas of Expertise and Experience:
Note - Letter codes used in front of the subject mean:
[ T ] Testified in court or at depositions on the subject;
[ R ] Retained as a consultant, but have not testified on the subject.
[ Q ] Qualified to testify or consult on the subject, but have not served as a paid consultant.
[T] Administrative Negligence
[T] Agency policies, practices, customs
[T] Batons, flashlights, and other impact weapons
[T] Chemical Weapons and electrical weapons
[T] Deadly Force: shooting avoidance and alternatives
[R] Failure to protect specific person
[T] Inadequate premises security: lighting and criminal profile
[Q] Campus Rapes and Assaults
[T] Injuries to or sexual assaults on inmates and prisoners
[T] Insufficient or inadequate training
[T] K-9 deployment and training
[T] Neck restraints and similar defensive tactics
[T] Poor or inadequate conditions in jails and correctional facilities
[T] Retention of a known unfit employee …
[T] Search and Seizure
[T] Security policies and procedures
[T] SWAT techniques, hostage and barricade situations
[T] Use/protection of confidential informants
[T] Vehicle pursuit & emergency response policies
[R] Prisoner transport, restraints, etc.
Added areas of expertise:
[Q] Undercover Drug Investigations
[Q] Drug Task Force Management
[T] Major Crimes Investigations: Homicide, Sexual Assault, Armed Robbery, etc.
[T] Criminal Profiling in Major Investigations
[Q] Serial Murder Investigations: Criminal Psychopaths
[T] Wrongful Imprisonmen
[T] Wrongful Conviction
[R] Internet Child Porn Investigations
[Q] Law Enforcement Organization and Administration
[R] Officer Involved Shooting: Justifiable Homicide.
[T] Mental Illness and Police Practices in dealing with
(9) Types of cases you will not accep[T]