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James A. “Jim” Moore                                                        OFFICE:   972-772-5000
221 Cedar Tree Lane                                                         FAX:      972-772-5001
Heath, Texas 75032-5884                                                     CELL:   214-460-8399
www.jammva.com                                                              JimMoore@jammva.com



Qualifications

JAM/MVA Reconstruction Service, Inc., President/Accident Reconstructionist, 1985 to present;
Incorporated in 1995.
    JAM/MVA provides vehicular collision investigation/reconstruction consulting services and
    training for defense and plaintiff attorneys, law enforcement agencies, County and Federal
    District Attorney Offices, insurance companies; claim adjusting companies and
    transportation companies.

Dallas Police Department (DPD), November 6, 1974 - December 27, 1994 (Retired).
    Duties: Assigned to the Special Operations Division, Traffic Division/Section 1981-1994;
    Senior Corporal of Police-Accident Investigator (A&I); A&I Field Training Officer; Fatality
    Accident Response Team Member, and Academy Instructor instructing collision
    investigation and reconstruction courses.

Licensed Private Investigator, 1995 to present; Texas State License No. A-07875.

Formal Education

Amber University (Amberton University), Garland, TX, Human Relations and Business, MS - 1992.

Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX, Police Science and Administration, BS - 1973.

East Texas State University, Commerce, TX, General Studies - 1970 - 1972.

Certifications (past and present)

Instructor, Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) -
1992.

Master Peace Officer, TCLEOSE - 1995

Forensic Mapping Specialist - 1997

Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System Operator/Analyst – 2004 & 2008

Detroit Diesel DDEC® - Reports/Data Extraction – 2004

Caterpillar Engine Software - Reports/Data Extraction – 2005
James A. “Jim” Moore                                                                     Page 2 of 9


Specialized Courses/Training/Instruction

How to Interpret Commercial Vehicle Event Data Recorders, The University of Tulsa, Continuing
Engineering and Science Education (CESE), Tulsa, OK, February 2010 (32 Hour app.)

Air Brake System Equipment and Operation and Advanced Truck Brake Inspection Techniques,
Ogburn’s Truck Parts & TAARS, Ft. Worth, TX, September 2009. (20 Hour)

Comprehensive Air Brake Systems Training, Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake, LLC, June 2009. (24
Hour)

Advanced Skills For the CDR Technician, Collision Safety Institute, Inc., Mesquite, TX, May 2009.
(24 Hour)

Advanced Skid Mark and Roadway Analysis, TAARS, Huntsville, TX, February 2009. (20 Hour)

Rotational Mechanics Developed from Newton’s Laws and Point Mass Mechanics, TAARS, Houston,
TX, November 2008. (24 Hour)

Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System Operator, Collision Safety Institute, Inc., Ft. Worth, TX, October
2008. (32 Hour)

Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System - CDR System Technician, Collision Safety Institute, Inc.,
Heath, TX, September 2008. (8 Hour)

Supervisor’s Course, Part 6 Texas MUTCD, Federal Rule 23 CFR Section 630 Subpart J, United
Transportation Training, Inc., Heath, TX, July 2008. (16 Hour)

Forensic Mapping – Recertification Program and Test, PSFM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2008. (3
Hour)

Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System, CDR System Technician, Collision Safety Institute, Inc.,
Austin, TX, September 2007. (8 Hour)

Forensic Mapping – Recertification Program and Test, PSFM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2007. (3
Hour)

Commercial Vehicle Braking Systems, SAE, Troy, MI, Nov-Dec 2006. (18 Hour)

Air Brake Class, Texas DPS, Region II and J. S. Hinton & Associates, Houston, TX, March 2006,
[Participated as a Field Team Leader]. (8 Hour)

Caterpillar Engine Software (CAT Electronic Technician® - Reports/Data Extraction Service
Training), Mustang CAT Training Center, Houston, TX, May 2005. (8 Hour)

Forensic Mapping with MapScenesPro - utilizing the TDS Recon EvR Data Recorder, Carrollton
Police Department and MJC & Associates, Carrollton, TX, February, 2005. (14 Hour)

8876 Detroit Diesel Electronic Controls (DDEC®) Reports/Data Extraction, Detroit Diesel Training
Center, Detroit, MI, December, 2004. (16 Hour)
James A. “Jim” Moore                                                                    Page 3 of 9


Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System Operator, Collision Safety Institute, Inc., Houston, TX, June
2004. (24 Hour)

Forensic Mapping - Continued Studies, Michael J. Capman, MJC & Associates, JAM/MVA, Inc.,
Heath, TX, October 2003. (16 Hour)

Acceleration and Vericom (VC-2000PC & VC-3000) Familiarization, Vericom Computers Inc. &
TAARS, Irving, TX, September 2003. (13 Hour)

Auto Theft Investigation, Dallas County Sheriff’s Academy, Dallas, TX, June 2003. (8 Hour)

Air Brake Systems, Antilock (Air) Brake Systems, Brake Lining Life and Balance, Ogburn’s Brake &
Republic Truck, Technical Support Training, Garland, TX, November 2002. (8 Hour)

Acceleration and Vericom (VC-3000) Familiarization, Vericom Computers Inc. & McKinney Police
Department at the Collin County Community College, McKinney, TX, September 2002. (7 Hour)

Advanced Physics Using Microcomputers - REC-TEC, Reconstruction Technology (REC-TEC),
Cocoa Beach, FL, June 2001. (40 Hour)

Work, Energy, & Speed from Damage in Traffic Accidents, Fort Worth Police Department Training
Center, Fort Worth, TX, January 2001. (40 Hour)

Acceleration and VC2000PC Familiarization Training, Vericom Computers Inc. & Tri-Cities Police
Academy, Plano, TX, February 2000. (8 Hour)

Forensic Mapping Specialist - Continuing Education – Leica TCR (FMS) 307, Michael J. Capman,
MJC & Associates, JAM/MVA, Inc., Heath, TX, September 1999. (8 Hour)

Vehicle Damage & Energy Relationship, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Mesquite, TX, May 1999.
(40 Hour)

Motorcycle Collision Reconstruction, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Mesquite, TX, May 1998. (40
Hour)

REC-TEC Collision Reconstruction, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX,
November 1997. (40 Hour)

Electronic Accident/Crime Scene Mapping, Garland Police Department and MJC & Associates, Tri-
Cities Police Academy, Plano, TX, January 1997. (40 Hour)

Analysis of Low Speed Collisions, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Mesquite, TX, May 1996. (40
Hour)

Kustom Doppler Traffic Radar Operation, Dallas County Constable’s Office, Pct. 1, Dallas, TX,
January 1996. (8 Hour)

Acceleration and VC-2000 (DOS & PC) Familiarization, Vericom Computers Inc. & Tri-Cities Police
Academy, Plano, TX, March 1995. (14 Hour)
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Bio-Mechanics of Accidents, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, June 1995.
(40 Hour)

Applied Physics for Accident Reconstruction, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station,
TX, August 1995. (40 Hour)

Advanced Commercial Vehicle Accident Investigation & Reconstruction, Texas A&M University,
TEEX, Irving, TX, September 1994. (50 Hour)

Commercial Vehicle Inspection & Accident Investigation, Texas A&M University, TEEX,
Bryan/College Station, TX, March 1994. (40 Hour)

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accident Reconstruction, Texas A&M University, TEEX & Tri-City Police
Academy, Plano, TX, May 1993. (40 Hour)

Railroad Grade Crossing Collision Investigation, Burlington Railroad & DPD, Dallas, TX,
November 1993. (8 Hour)

Occupant Protection Usage and Enforcement, Texas A&M University, TEEX & DPD, Dallas, TX,
June 1993. (4 Hour)

Supplemental Inflatable Restraint Systems, Service Technology, DPD & General Motors Corp.,
Dallas, TX, 1992. (4 Hour)

Instructional Techniques Of Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - Eye Gaze Nystagmus, and
Instructor Training in Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Sobriety Test Procedures, Texas A&M University,
TEEX & DPD, Dallas, TX, August 1986. (32 Hour)

Advanced Accident Investigation, Texas Department of Public Safety, Austin, TX, March 1985. (40
Hour)

Advanced Accident Reconstruction, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX,
August 1983. (80 Hour)

Accident Investigation, DPD Academy, 1983. (40 Hour)

Intermediate Accident Investigation, DPD Academy, 1982. (40 Hour)

Doppler Traffic Radar Operation, DPD Academy, October 1976. (8 Hour)

Basic Accident Investigation & Reporting Procedures, DPD Academy, 1975. (40 Hour)

Conferences/Seminars

Heavy Vehicle Crash Reconstruction. Combined Annual Conference, Hosted by NAPARS, Ocean
City, MD, October 2009. (18 Hour) [PSFM Mapping Team Leader - mapping of crash tests and
assisted in the CAD preparation and presentation.]

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Testing: Momentum 2-In & 4-Out Staged
Collisions; Driver Response Choices and Times; Accounting for Impulse and Rotation: An
Application to Left Turn, Failure-to-Yield Collisions; New Technology and Commercial Vehicles;
James A. “Jim” Moore                                                                       Page 5 of 9


Case Analysis of a 300+ Foot Projection of a Pedestrian and Vehicle Collision; A Comparison of
Equations for Estimating Speed Based on Maximum Static Deformation for Frontal Narrow-Object
Impacts; Event Data Recorder Update; Comparing Methods of Measuring Drag Factor and Test
Results from Staged Collisions. University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2008.
(28 Hour)

Use of PowerPoint in Collision Reconstruction, Federal Failure to Investigate Lawsuit Review,
Hard Drive Crash Survival, and Brownsville Crash Case Study & Driver Simulator Technology
Update, TAARS, Austin, TX, February 2008. (12 Hour)

Incorporation of Images Into Reconstruction Reports, Bosch/Vetronix CDR Technician
Certification Course and Commercial Vehicle Air Disk Brake Systems, TAARS, Austin, TX,
September 2007. (20 Hour)

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Testing: Under-ride Staged Collisions, Airborne
Validations, and Spin Analysis; Commercial Motor Vehicle Braking Systems; Legal Aspects of Black
Box Evidence; Lamp Examinations; Scene Mapping with P/C Crush Using Speed Laser and Total
Stations and Test results from staged collisions. University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville, FL,
April 2007. [Participated in the mapping of the crash tests and assisted in the CAD preparation and
data presentation.] (28 Hour)

Texas Motor Speedway – Texas Driving Experience, Adding Vectors, Understanding PDOF, Safety
Apparel/MUTCD Update and PSB Rules Update and Ethics, TAARS, Ft. Worth, TX, February 2007.
(12 Hour)

Crash Data Retrieval User’s Conference, The ARC Network & Collision Safety Institute, Houston,
TX, January 2007. (20 Hour)

Factors, Formulae, Forensic, Technology Training Combined Conference (F3T2), Houston, Texas,
September, 2006. [PSFM Mapping Team Leader for the night visibility study and prepared the CAD
presentation.] (28 Hour)

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Testing: The Contribution of a Laterally
Displaced Vehicle on the Post-Impact Speed Calculation of a Heavy Truck. Topics: Rotational
Motion Analysis in Accident Reconstruction; Crush Damage Measuring Techniques; Crush Analysis
wit Under-rides and the Coefficient of Restitution; Estimating Impact Speed in Frontal Collisions with
Wooden Utility Poles and Trees; Delta V and GM New SDM Technology – Epsilon Series.
University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2006. (28 Hour)

Commercial Vehicle Permits, Calculating Legal CMV Weights, Overview of Research Into Common
Factors That Influence Driver Response, & CMV ABS and Disk Air Brake System, TAARS, Houston,
TX, February 2006. (20 Hour)

Crash Data Retrieval User’s Conference, The ARC Network & Collision Safety Institute, Dallas, TX,
February 2006. (16 Hour)

Forensic Mapping Update, MJC & Associates & JAM/MVA, Inc., Hosted by Garland Police
Department, Garland, TX, October 2005. [Co-Instructor]. (16 Hour)

Cummins, Caterpillar, Detroit/Mercedes ECM Capabilities and Resources, A Lawyer’s Perspective of
ECM Data & Scientific Materials Analysis, TAARS, Irving, TX, June 2005. (8 Hour)
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Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Testing: Under-ride Staged Collisions, Airborne
Validations, and Spin Analysis. Topics: Drag Sled Analysis; Commercial Motor Vehicle Braking
Systems; Legal Aspects of Black Box Evidence; Airborne Validations; Lamp Examinations; Scene
Mapping with P/C Crush Using Speed Laser and Total Station and Test Results from Staged
Collisions. [FMS Team Member & assisted in the preparation/presentation of the Total Station data
utilized in the crash analysis discussion.] University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April
2005. (28 Hour)

Work Zone Traffic Controls & Texas M.U.T.C.D Applications, TAARS, Kerrville, TX, February
2005. (10 Hour)

CDR System Operation Overview and Vehicle SDM Downloads, PI Ethics & Annual Business
Meeting, TAARS, Houston, TX, June 2004. (10 Hour)

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Topics: Testing & Review of Uniform Circular
Motion – Lateral Lane Changes & Critical Speed; Commercial Vehicle Data Recorders; Travel Speed
Calculations with Skids and Impact; Vehicle Autopsy and Hydroplane. University of North Florida,
IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2004. (28 Hour)

Commercial Vehicle Operator Hours of Service & Load Securement Regulations, TAARS, Waco,
TX, February 2004. (8 Hour)

Multiple Surface Skid Testing & Human Factors – Distance/Height Estimation Studies, TAARS,
Beaumont, TX, June 2003. (16 Hour)

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Topics: Testing & Review – Motorcycles (Skid);
(Vehicle) Spin Analysis & (Vehicle) Rollovers; 3 Point Trajectory Analysis; Occupant Kinematics;
Pedestrian Amputations and Speed Association; Variability in Human Form; Motorcycle Impact
Friction Values and Geometric (Roadway) Design. University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville,
FL, April 2003. (28 Hour)

Texas Public Information Act – Attorney General Decisions, Texas Private Investigator Ethics,
Understanding Sudden Acceleration & Forensic Computer Animation Technology, TAARS, San
Antonio, TX, February/March 2003. (8 Hour)

Identifying Misuse of Child Safety Restraints, Bio-Dynamic Forces on Children Related to Child
Safety Restraints, Understanding Commercial Vehicle EDRs, TAARS, Houston, TX, September
2002. (8 Hour)

Data-Sketch Symbols Library, Vetronics & EDR Technologies, Driving Simulator Demonstration, and
Railroad Grade Accident Investigation, TAARS, Irving, TX, June 2002. (16 Hour)

Special Problems In Traffic Crash Reconstruction. Topics: Commercial Motor Vehicle ABS Braking
and the Modified Brake Chamber Formula; Human Factors In Accident Reconstruction; Motorcycle
Crash Testing & Motorcycle Speed Estimates Using Conservation of Linear and Rotational
Momentum; Vehicle Collisions Using Energy Methods in Collisions; Train Collisions; Rotational
Mechanics and Commercial Motor Vehicle Rollover Data and Testing. University of North Florida,
IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April 2002. (32 Hour)
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Computing Experimental Precision with Monte Carlo Calculations, Commercial Driver’s Logs &
Qualifications, Load Securement, and Calculating Air Brake Deceleration, TAARS, Lake Charles,
LA, January/February 2002. (8 Hour)

Metallurgical Evaluation for Accident Reconstructionists, Updates on WREX2000 Skid Test Results,
Updates on WREX2000 Crash Test Results & CRUSH Measurement Protocol Review, TAARS,
Corpus Christi, TX, February 2001. (8 Hour)

World Reconstruction Exposition (WREX) 2000. Topics: Accident Reconstruction - A Search for the
Truth, Crash Data Retrieval System (Vetronix); Critical Speed Presentation; Crash Protocol; Vehicle
Restitution;, Estimating Uncertainty in Reconstruction Calculations; Traffic Signal Timing Basics;
Commercial Trailer Underride; Conspicuity of Commercial Vehicles; Human Factors and Rear
Bumpers of Commercial Vehicles; Dynamic Robust Tests: Motorcycle/Barrier, Motorcycle/Car, 40%
Offset Frontal Staged Collisions, Obtuse Angle Staged Collision. Testing of Coefficients of Friction
of various manufacturers’ tires; Deceleration/Stopping Capabilities of Tractor-Truck & Semi-Trailer
vs. Passenger Car Tires, Dynamic testing (pulling) semi-trailers & passenger car on the side to
determine metal/roadway coefficient, Definitive Drag Sled Testing; Vehicle Lamp demonstration for
"On-or-Off" and demonstrations of various crush deformation measurement techniques. Hosted by
TAARS and 21 co-hosting Accident Reconstruction Associations/Groups, Texas A&M University
Campus and TEEX facility, Bryan/College Station, Texas, September 2000. (36 Hour)

Challenging of Experts in the New Millennium, Understanding and Surviving the Daubert-Robinson
Challenge, Documentation, Preservation and Presentation of Physical Evidence, Scientific Testing for
Litigation Support, & Rules of Discovery, TAARS, Houston, TX, March 2000. (8 Hour)

American Iron Horse Motorcycle Production Plant Tour and Air Brake System Components, TAARS,
Mesquite, TX, September 1999. (8 Hour)

Electronic Acceleration Instrumentation, Trailer Braking Systems, and Light Truck/Trailer Brake
Testing, TAARS, San Antonio, TX, June 1999. (16 Hour)

GM 2nd Generation Airbag and Seatbelt Technology, Hydraulic Brake Components and Inspection,
Demonstrative Evidence, and Internet Information Resources, TAARS, Houston, TX, January 1999.
(8 Hour)

Conference On Reconstruction and Safety on the Highway (CRASH) '98. Topics: Overview of
CRASH (Vehicle Damage and Energy) Concepts, Validation of the CRASH Algorithm, Vehicle
Measurement Protocol, CRASH III Applications in Europe, Total Station Applications for Vehicle
Measurements, A, B & C Damage Measurements and crash test evaluations prepared by
EDVAP/HVE, 4N6Expert Systems, CrashEx, REC-TEC, WinSlam and PC Crash, evaluating the
various crash tests performed during the conference. Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College
Station, TX, October 1998. (36 Hour)

Commercial Vehicle Driver’s Log and Air Brake Systems and Component, TAARS, Texas A&M
University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, September 1998. (8 Hour)

Perception/Reaction Degradation by Alcohol & Fatigue, Perception/Reaction Testing, Mechanics of
Vehicle Rollover, Computer Software for Reconstruction, and Facts & Mechanics for Injury Analysis
– A Pathologist’s View, TAARS, Lago Vista, TX, June 1998. (20 Hour)
James A. “Jim” Moore                                                                    Page 8 of 9


Special Problems In Accident Reconstruction. Topics: Commercial Vehicle Accident Investigation
and Trailer Swing Out, Occupant Protection Systems, Occupant Kinematics-Injury Analysis, A Guide
for Determining Occupant Seating Positions, Linear Momentum-Facts vs. Myths, Check Yourself, the
Use of Math & Physics, Tires-Causative Factor or Not, Crash Diagramming with Lasers–Systems and
Methodology, The Reconstructionist as An Expert, The Use of the Internet in Accident Investigation,
and Forensic Animation and Daubert. University of North Florida, Institute of Police Technology and
Management (IPTM), Jacksonville, FL, April 1998. (28 Hour)

Legal Issues for Reconstructionists, Semi Trailer Under-ride Collision, and New Technology in
Motorcycle Collision Reconstruction, TAARS, New Orleans, LA, January 1998. (10 Hour)

Peterbilt Truck Tractor Manufacturing Tour & Fall Conference Reconstruction Topics, TAARS,
Denton, TX, September 1997. (8 Hour)

Justice Court Procedure, NTPIA, Dallas, TX, October 1997. (1 Hour)

Accident Investigation: (Motor Vehicle & Accident Scene Photography), Murray Investigations &
Liberty Mutual Group, Grand Prairie, TX, April 1997. (4 Hour)

Investigative Photography, NTPIA, Dallas, TX, April 1997. (4 Hour)

Conference On Reconstruction and Safety on the Highway (CRASH) '97. Topics: Commercial
Vehicle Collision Investigations & Involved Under-ride Collisions (including field demonstrations),
Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Fatigue & Alertness Study, System-Based Energy & Momentum,
Human Subject Testing & Response to Low Level Accelerations, Evidence Eradication, Night-time
Vision & Reaction Time, When The Coefficient of Restitution Approaches “1,” Rollover Accidents,
Demonstrative Evidence, A Brief Introduction to Vectors and Forensic Animation & Computer Based
Training. Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, March 1997. (36 Hour)

Practical Application of Bio-mechanics, Low Speed Crash Tests and Analysis, Hazardous Materials
At Crash Scenes, & Air Bag Injury Causation, TAARS, Texas A&M University, TEEX,
Bryan/College Station, TX, March 1997. (20 Hour)

Variable Acceleration Test Analysis & Practical Vehicle Operator Acceleration Tests, TAARS, Texas
A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, October 1996. (8 Hour)

Statement Analysis, Interview & Interrogation, Dietz & Associates, Dallas, TX, September 1996. (8
Hour)

Traffic Signalization for Accident Reconstruction, 3D Computer Visualization, & Injury Mechanism
Analysis, TAARS, Mesquite, TX, May/June 1996. (20 Hour)

Special Problems In Accident Reconstruction. Topics: Vehicle Mechanical-Failure Analysis; The
Police Role in Manufactured-Product Liability Investigations; Human Factors-Perception and
Response; Low-Speed Impact Analysis with Practical Testing; School Bus Accident Analysis &
Litigation; Computer-Aided Collision Prediction; Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Investigation; and DUI
Prosecution in Fatal/Serious Accidents. University of North Florida, IPTM, Jacksonville, FL, April
1996. (28 Hour)

Acceleration/Deceleration Comparisons & Tractor-Trailer vs. Passenger Car Crash Tests, TAARS,
Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, October 1995. (8 Hour)
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Reverse Projection Photography, Vehicle Lamp Examination & Detecting Misuse of Crash 3 Data,
TAARS, Del Lago, Montgomery, TX, 1995. (16 Hour)

Heavy Vehicle Braking and Rollover, Including; Impact Testing, Lane Change Observations, and
Dynamic Skid Testing, TAARS, SOAR, & WATI Combined Conference, Texas A&M University,
TEEX, Bryan/College Station, TX, September 1994. (20 Hour)

Tractor-Trailer Low Speed Impact Testing, TAARS, Texas A&M University, TEEX, Bryan/College
Station, TX, January 1994. (12 Hour)


Society and Technical Memberships (past and present)

Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (TAARS) – (Director, 2004-2006; V.P.,
2006 to present)
National Association of Traffic Accident Reconstructionists and Investigators (NATARI)
National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists (NAPARS)
Professional Society of Forensic Mapping (PSFM) – (Secretary, 2003 to present)
Society of Automotive Engineers International (SAE) (Affiliate – 1996 – to present)
International Network of Collision Reconstructionists (INCR)
North Texas Private Investigators Association (NTPIA)
The Society of Accident Reconstructionists (SOAR)
Heavy-Truck-EDR (ECM) Groups
Crash Data Retrieval Tool Group
Harley Owners Group (HOG) - (1995 – to present)
Dallas County, Reserve Deputy Constable (1995 – 2007)
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