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Hagel can discuss criminal procedure, criminal law and evidence. Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland appointed him to the Ohio Judicial Appointment Recommendation Panel (his second appointment) to interview and select applicants to fill the judgeship in the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas. He also serves as an acting local judge. Hagel has represented criminal clients in more than 200 bench trials, motion hearings and post-trial proceedings in state and federal courts. He was also the lead trial attorney in approximately 20 homicide cases. Quoted in/Interviewed by: CBS Radio News, The Associated Press, New York Post, National Law Journal, The Columbus Dispatch, WCPN-FM (Cleveland), Dayton-area media.
Edits and produces the blog at http://juries.typepad.com/. The judge in the Barry Bonds case used his proposed jury instructions as a guideline. A major in the U.S. Army reserves, he served as a JAG officer. He's interested in jury behavior, how social media can affect a jury, and how pop culture is affecting the jury pool (CSI, how movies depict the legal process, jury selection as reality show fodder.) Speaks to various conferences, including a trial consultants conference last year. He can comment about federal criminal law, criminal procedure and international law including war tribunals.Quoted in/Interviewed by: Chicago Tribune, WLW-AM (Cincinnati), The Baltimore Sun, ABA Journal, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Reuters.