... served as an Indiana Deputy Attorney General for nine and half (9 ½) years during which time he was responsible for litigation and special consultation to a number of criminal justice agencies.
Mr. Braun joined the staff at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in January 1987 and is responsible for teaching the traffic and criminal law courses in addition to teaching in-service law courses in such programs as the Police Chief's, Town Marshal's and Jail Officer's Courses.
Mr. Braun is admitted to practice before the State Courts of Indiana, the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Braun also provides legal counsel to the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board and Academy Staff.
Mr. Braun received a Political Science degree from Indiana University and is a 1977 graduate of the Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis.