Steven Briggs has spent most of his legal career as a criminal prosecutor, working at the local, state, and federal levels. He has handled cases from petty theft to organized crime and capital murder. Several of his cases have been broadcast on national TV and have become the subjects of true crime books. Mr. Briggs also oversaw his state’s criminal division, where he managed the organized crime, financial crime, and criminal intelligence units, as well as the state anti-terrorism and crime victim’s programs. In addition, Mr. Briggs managed his state’s district attorney assistance prosecution unit and special agents unit, which targeted complex crime, including Internet predators, social security fraud, and narcotics traffickers. An accomplished trainer, Mr. Briggs has regularly instructed state, national, and international audiences on a variety of criminal justice topics. A graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Oregon School of Law, Mr. Briggs was a college football coach before pursuing his legal career.