Caleb is a dedicated husband and father. He is also a fierce litigator who believes the Bible is the only standard for law, justice, and social order. Caleb’s passion for defending America’s service members comes from a deep and abiding love for God’s law and His standards of justice. He is driven by his conviction that Christ’s Kingdom transforms every area of life. He uses his passion, conviction, and expertise to defend military members worldwide and all those who are unjustly accused of crimes in our increasingly unjust secularized society. Christ is Lord!
Caleb earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Auburn University in 2011. Following undergraduate, Caleb attended Liberty University School of Law and graduated with his Juris Doctorate in 2015. In 2016, Caleb fulfilled a lifelong dream of military service by joining the U.S. Army JAG Corps. In 2023, Caleb and his family returned home to North Alabama, where he continues to fight for the rights and freedoms of service members.
ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE
Caleb is an Army veteran who spent over 6 years in the Army JAG Corps. While on active duty, Caleb served as the Chief of National Security Law at XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg. As a garrison National Security Law attorney, Caleb directly advised a three-star command on two hurricane response missions (Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael) and the border patrol mission.
Caleb deployed to Iraq in 2019 as an Operational Law attorney as part of the Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve. During his deployment, Caleb advised commanders on lethal targeting and vetting of Iraqi Security Forces.
After returning from deployment, Caleb served as a defense counsel at Trial Defense Services – Fort Bragg for two years where he distinguished himself as a litigator, earning numerous acquittals and consistently achieving victories for his clients. In 2019, Caleb was rated the #1 litigator in his region.
Because of his achievements, Caleb was hand-picked to serve as the Special Victims Prosecutor (SVP) at Fort Knox, Kentucky. As an SVP, Caleb led a team of prosecutors and paralegals in litigating some of the Army’s most serious and complex cases. Caleb distinguished himself as a prosecutor, earning the designation of Senior Military Justice