John Gleason worked as a software engineer from 1977 to 2012 before being admitted to practice law in Washington State. As a software engineer, he specialized in a number of positions including technical support, application and systems programming, quality assurance, data analysis and recovery and teaching data recovery and machine language. In the mid-1980’s he authored and marketed one of the first commercial decompilers in the computer industry (followed by several related consulting/programming positions).
As an attorney, John has focused his practice on criminal defense work. Since the fall of 2017, John began an obsession with analyzing Draeger breath test results and over the last seven months, he temporarily left the practice of law to focus exclusively on analyzing Draeger breath test data. He received his J.D. from the University of Utah Law School in 1997. As an undergraduate, he attended several universities including the University of Iowa, University of San Francisco, Oxford University (Blackfriars Studium where he briefly engaged in theological studies to become a priest before realizing it was not his calling) and graduated from California State University, Chico in 1994.
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