EPISODE 63

THE HONORABLE JUDGE EDWARD LEE: 

SOLDIER, COP, PROSECUTOR, CONCEALED CARRIER

Apr 15, 2020 | Podcast | 2 comments

The Honorable Judge Ned Lee

Enjoy our interview with Veteran, Infantry Commander, Police Officer, former District Attorney, and leadership guru Judge Edward “Ned” Lee. Judge Lee recently retired after 28 years on the bench in California’s Superior Court. Hear his stories and lessons from a distinct and varied background in the criminal justice system.

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2 Comments

  1. Patrick Harris

    I know Ned from CAP. He is an amazing speaker! Great hearing his stories.

    • Mike

      That’s how we know him as well! We hope you enjoyed the episode, we’ll make sure to pass it on to Ned! -mike