Criminal appeal attorney, specializing in federal and state criminal appeals, habeas corpus and post-conviction relief as well as federal sentencings. Member of the Florida Bar since 1978 - also admitted in California since 1980. I am instrument rated with 600 hours flight time, including 33 hours in helicopters, currently working on a commercial rating.
As of December 31, 2013, I am the proud new owner of a 1973 Beechcraft V35B Bonanza, tail number N2862W, pictured above, and I will finish my commercial rating in this aircraft. My first plane was a Cessna 172, N2795U, then for three years I owned a 1982 Cessna 182R, N2494E, but I sold it January 2013 to a lucky buyer in California. After I sold the 182, I completed Cirrus Transition Training given by Kacper Gradzki, a Cirrus Certified Trainer CFII and owner of Jacksonville Flight Training at Herlong Field (KHEG), Jacksonville, Florida, in a 2012 Cirrus Perspective SR20, N321DD and rented it and its sibling, N585TC, a 2013 Cirrus SR20.
I also started working on my commercial multiengine rating flying Kacper Gradzki's beautiful Cessna 310, N8006M, but Kacper took it out of service to do a complete rehab on it and I had to stop the commercial training.
Most of the videos in this collection were taken in the Cessna 182, but there are some videos in the Cirrus SR20 and Cessna 310 and a few helicopter videos in a Robinson R44.
I can't wait to start uploading some videos from the Bonanza. This is my personal dream plane. I like everything about it.
The aircraft are invaluable in flying to see my clients - a big time saver and a lot of fun.