Foundation Board Members
Jeff L. Karpel
- Current Owner and Chief Software Architect of Karpel Solutions
- Former President and Chief Executive Officer of Karpel Solutions
- Creator and developer of software for Judicial Systems across America
- Project Manager for approximately 200 judicial case management implementations across 14 states
- Personally trained over 2500 users on how to effectively use judicial case management software
- Recipient of the 2011 Best Service Award by Small Business Monthly
- Nominee for 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
- Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America and Top 100 Companies in Missouri
- Board member-Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE) - Domestic Violence Shelter
- Over 25 years of experience developing and improving business practices using technology
Duties: Chairman of the Board, President and Treasurer
- District Attorney - Yolo County, California
- In 2001, selected to spearhead the development and oversight of the Yolo County District Attorney's first multi-agency gang task force to deal with the emerging threat of organized gangs, guns and drugs throughout Yolo County. Over the next several years, Reisig successfully prosecuted some of the most violent and serious criminals in Yolo County including gang leaders, major drug dealers and cop killers.
- Began his career as a prosecutor with the Yolo County District Attorney's Office in 1997. Voted Yolo County Prosecutor of the Year for three consecutive years in 2003, 2004 and again in 2005.
- Under his leadership and the mantra “Justice Finds No Solace in Delay,” the District Attorney's Office spearheaded the efforts to make the criminal justice system in Yolo County more efficient by aggressively demanding swift justice for all criminal cases in Yolo County. By dramatically increasing the number of cases taken to trial each year and consistently advocating for victims' speedy trial rights, he has delivered solace to the victims of crime waiting for justice and has helped eliminate jail overcrowding.
- District Attorney Reisig is the recipient of numerous awards. California's largest victim advocacy association, Crime Victims United of California, recognized him as a key advocate in the fight for victims' rights and honored his efforts in helping to secure California's passage of Marsy's Law in November 2008. Reisig has also been honored for his work in combating domestic violence and his commitment to ending child truancy.
- Member of the California District Attorneys Association
- Member of the National District Attorneys Association
Kevin S. Brackett
- Kevin Brackett is the Solicitor for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit which is comprised of York and Union counties. He has been a prosecutor in the office since becoming a lawyer in 1991 and was appointed by the Governor to assume the duties of the Solicitor upon the retirement of former Solicitor Tommy Pope in November of 2006. In 2008 and again in 2012 Kevin was elected to full four year terms.
- Prior to that he was chief deputy solicitor and together with Tommy made the 16th Circuit the statewide leader in efficient and effective prosecution. This was accomplished by implementation of innovative docket management methods in adult and juvenile courts as well as taking the office “paperless” in 2003.
- During his career Kevin was recognized as the South Carolina Prosecutor of the Year in 1998. In addition, he has lectured nationally to numerous prosecutors groups on case management and the use of technology to enhance efficiency and been asked to testify regarding legislation pending before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Larry D. Morse II
- District Attorney -- Merced County, California
- Elected District Attorney in June 2006
- Elected to the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA) Board of Directors in 2011
- Re-election to another term as Merced County District Attorney in June 2012
- Serves as Co-Chairman of the CDAA’s Legislative Committee
- Successfully prosecuted approximately twenty (20) murder cases including two (2) death penalty cases
Bradley C. Berry
- District Attorney -- Yamhill County, Oregon
- Previously served as Deputy District Attorney -- Yamhill County, Oregon
- Member of the Oregon Chief Justice Advisory Committee
- Member of the Board of Directors of the National District Attorneys Association
- Past President of the Oregon District Attorneys Association
Duties: Director and Secretary
James M. Reams, Esq.
- Retired County Attorney (1999-2014) – Rockingham County, New Hampshire
- Elected to serve as the State Director for New Hampshire on the Board of the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) by the NH County Attorneys Association in 2001
- Vice President of the NDAA; elected as NDAA Treasurer 3 times.
- Appointed to the U.S. Attorney Generals Executive Working Group (EWG) by NDAA President and met with the U.S. Attorney General and his senior staff 3 times a year at the Department of Justice to discuss issues facing law enforcement at all levels of government
- Invited to Washington to brief the Staff of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce about the prosecution of cyber-crime, particularly internet crimes against children in preparation for House Hearings held in April of 2006
- Served on the Science and Technology Committee of the NDAA
- 2010-2011 - President of the National District Attorney's Association