Andrew Strotman served ten years in the Marine Corps, first as an infantry officer and later as a judge advocate. He commanded a rifle platoon, a Dragons platoon, and a company in the Second Marine Division.
After attending Creighton University on the Funded Law Program and graduating summa cum laude in 1986, he served as a trial defense counsel at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia. He participated in several high-profile military cases involving charges ranging from homicide to capital espionage.
In the years following his military service, Andrew has handled complex white collar criminal and civil cases in federal, military and state courts, including representing law enforcement officers and other public officials in both civil and criminal proceedings.
He advises businesses on internal investigations and employee misconduct situations, as well as subpoenas and investigatory demands implicating HIPAA, financial privacy and other matters involving the government or the criminal system.