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DANIEL R.

CRUMBY
(915) 241-0653|daniel.crumby@gmail.com
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielcrumby

EMPLOYMENT
Office of the United States Attorney, Southern District of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia
Assistant U.S. Attorney | Healthcare | Advisor | Team Leadership | Negotiator

January 2015 Present

Represents the United States and its agencies and employees in a wide variety of trial cases.
Case load includes defense of medical malpractice, premises liability and other tort litigation, labor and
employment, tax, bankruptcy, and civil rights.

Office of the United States Attorney, Southern District of Georgia, Savannah, Georgia
Assistant U.S. Attorney | Litigation| White Collar Fraud | Trainer
January 2014 December 2014

Represented the United States in the prosecution of federal criminal crimes. Prosecuted white collar
crimes including healthcare fraud, wire fraud, theft of government funds, child sexual exploitation,
human and sex trafficking, firearms, and other criminal violations.
Directed a multistate credit card and identity fraud investigation involving the Secret Service, IRS,
Federal Protective Service, and state and local law enforcement agencies.

Office of the United States Attorney, Western District of Texas, El Paso, Texas
Assistant U.S. Attorney | White Collar Fraud | Healthcare Compliance

January 2011 January 2014

Directed and prosecuted numerous cases including healthcare fraud, bank fraud, narcotics, alien smuggling,
child exploitation, human and sex trafficking, and other criminal violations.
Assisted in the investigation and prosecution of a Medicaid healthcare fraud case involving approximately
$66 million in billing by a dental clinic.
Oversaw a bank fraud investigation involving a $1 million commercial property business loan.
Facilitated interagency cooperation between the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security on child
sexual exploitation cases resulting in a significant increase in prosecutions. As a result, the office
prosecuted approximately twenty-four sexual exploitation cases annually, for the last three years.
Drafted, submitted, and affirmed on two appellate briefs to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals involving the
admissibility of prior convictions and reasonable suspicion for conducting a traffic stop.

United States Army, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico
Associate General Counsel | Senior Advisor| Strategic Planner
July 2009 January 2011
Served the Chief Law Enforcement Officer and advised senior leaders on c r i m i n a l a n d e m p l o y e e
disciplinary actions and removal from government service.
Advised senior leaders and law enforcement on investigative decisions and criminal procedures.
Oversaw investigations and directed teams of investigative and forensic experts who investigated employee
misconduct.
Incorporated knowledge from MBA into to work with senior leaders to develop and implement metrics to
evaluate how the legal office could better serve the community. Lead to an increase in legal services
provided, an increase in will executions, decrease in wait times, and a decrease in processing times. As a
result, the office received laudatory comments from senior leaders.
Provided ethics training to hundreds of Soldiers and contractors include compliance with conflict of interests
statutes and regulations, government contracting, use of government property, gifts from outside sources,
interacting with government contractors, etc.

United States Army, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Fort Bliss, Texas
Prosecutor | Tax Center CEO | Ethics Counselor
May 2008 July 2009
Represented the United States in the prosecution of federal and state criminal involving over 4,000 Soldiers.
Coordinated complex investigations and advised senior leaders on cases garnering national media coverage
involving murder, sexual assaults, and intentional transmission of HIV.
Prosecuted a large volume of cases involving approximately 100 administrative separations from the Army,
234 administrative punishment actions, and three contested administrative separation boards.
Trained and mentored three new prosecutors on various aspects of federal criminal law to include in-court
representation, drafting charges, negotiations, and effective communication with senior officials.
Directed a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Office and supervised fifteen personnel including five civilian
volunteers.
Assisted Soldiers, retirees, and family members in saving over $636,000 in tax preparation fees, a 60%
increase over the prior year and in obtaining refunds over $6,000,000, a 26% increase over the prior year.
Trained thousands of senior and junior Soldiers and contractors deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan on the
Rule of Law, the Rules of Engagement, and Army policies.

EDUCATION
Seton Hall University School of Law, South Orange, New Jersey
Certificate in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Law and Compliance
Seton Hall University School of Law, South Orange, New Jersey
Healthcare Compliance Certification
Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
Master of Healthcare Administration

Expected April 2016


October 2015

May 2015

University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas


Master of Business Administration, concentration in International Business

December 2011

University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas


Juris Doctorate

May 2006

University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas


Bachelors of Arts, Political Science
cum laude

May 2003

PUBLIC SERVICE
Texas Senate, The Honorable Eliot Shapleigh, Austin, Texas
Legislative Intern
United States Army, Fort Bliss, Texas and Hanau, Germany
Military Police Sergeant

January May 2005


1996 2000

ADDENDUM

AWARDS AND HONORS

Commendation, Director James B. Comey,


Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2014
Meritorious Service Medal, 2008 and 2010
Certificate of Special Congressional
Recognition, the Honorable Silvestre Reyes,
2008
Community Leadership Certificate of
Appreciation, Internal Revenue Service, 2008
Army Achievement Medal, 2008, 1999, and
1998
Fort Bliss Ambassador Award, 2007
Distinguished Military Graduate, 2003
General George C. Marshall Leadership Award,
2003
Army Commendation Medal, 1999

PRESENTATIONS
Guest Speaker, Student Pledge Against Gun
Violence, Butler High School and Tutts Middle
School, Augusta, Georgia, 2015
Panelist, Criminal Law Ethical Fundamentals,
National Bar Association Annual Conference,
Atlanta, Georgia, 2014
Guest Speaker for the Department of Justice,
National Bar Association Annual Conference,
Atlanta, Georgia, 2014
Guest Speaker, Human and Sex Trafficking,
National Bar Association Annual Conference,
Atlanta, Georgia 2014
Lecturer: Constitutional Law, Criminal
Offenses, and Criminal Procedures, Western
Regional Department of the Army Police
Academy, White Sands Missile Range, New
Mexico, 2009 2010
Lecturer: Federal Criminal Statutes, the Laws of
Armed Conflict, the Code of Conduct, and
Ethics, United States Army, Fort Bliss, Texas,
2007 2009