Cox graduated from the University of Utah School of Law. She worked as a prosecutor in Arizona before
joining the Department of Criminal Justice.
She is the faculty advisor for the Criminal Justice Student Association
and teaches online classes for the department.
Gay is a federal prosecutor who serves as the Chief of the Appellate Section
for the Western District. He graduated
from St. Mary’s University School of Law where he teaches legal research and
writing courses at the law school. Mr.
Gay teaches online and face-to-face classes for the department.
Gilford graduated from the University of Texas School of Law, and currently
teaches as a Full-time Adjunct Professor in the Department of Criminal
Justice. In private practice for nearly 20 years, Mr. Gilford limited his
practice to the defense of criminal cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to
capital murder death penalty cases. Prior to private practice, Mr.
Gilford worked as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bexar County District
Attorney's Office. He is Board Certified by the State Bar of Texas as a
specialist in Criminal Law.
Lechowick is a graduate of Cleveland State University School of Law. He has been a Professor of Criminal Justice
in the department for more than 30 years.
His practice includes criminal and civil law.
Marshall B. Lloyd
Lloyd is the Chairperson of the Department of Criminal, graduate of Oklahoma
City University School of Law and St. Mary’s University School of Law. In addition to practicing personal injury law, Mr. Lloyd worked as a police officer.
Paulissen is a federal prosecutor for the Western District, employed as the Chief
of Major Crimes Section. A graduate of
the University of Texas School of Law, Mr. Paulissen teaches online and face-to-face
classes for the department.