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Biography of Richard W. Stevens

Mr. Stevens worked for nearly ten years as a computer systems analyst, then began a new career after graduating with high honors from the University of San Diego Law School in 1988. He practiced civil litigation in California, then moved to the Washington D.C. area where he taught legal research and writing at the George Washington University Law School and the George Mason University School of Law for several years. Mr. Stevens currently specializes in preparing legal briefs for trial and appellate court cases.

His articles on a variety of subjects have appeared in legal and other publications, and he is editor of the Firearms Sentinel. He also authored a standard reference book for lawyers and judges in the District of Columbia.

Mr. Stevens has appeared on television programs and radio talk shows across the country, discussing Dial 911 and Die, the right to keep and bear arms, and the Bill of Rights. His e-mail address is

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