Born:  Butler, GA.
   A.A., Middle Georgia College
   B.S., University of Georgia
   B.S.M.T., Medical College of Georgia
   M. M. Sc., Emory University
   J.D., Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
   Certified Medical Technologist, MT (ASCP)
   Certified Specialist in Blood Bank, SBB
   Alabama State Bar
   11th Cir. U.S. Court of Appeals
   U.S. District Court-Northern & Middle District of   Alabama
   Cum Laude, Cumberland School of Law
   Associate Editor, Cumberland Law Review
   American Jurisprudence Award (Property &  Corporations)
   Curia Honoris, Cumberland School of Law
   Dade Graduate Scholarship
  AV Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rating  Review
            CROOK LAW
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  AThe Admissibility of Alcohol and Controlled Substance Tests Results,@ Alabama Trial   Lawyers Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2, pgs. 34-44 (Spring/Summer 1995).

  "Removal of Intravenous Feeding Line from Vegetative, Comatose Patient at Family's Request is not Murder," 15 Cumberland Law Review 225 (1984).

  Crook, R. R., "Secretor Studies and Their Use as a Genetic Tool", ABO Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1974, Pg. 5.

  Knop v. McCain, 561 So. 2d 229 (Ala. 1989). 
Ex parte Klemawesch, 549 So. 2d 62 (Ala. 1989).

  Ray v. Rigsby Const. Co., Inc., 549 So. 2d 1355 (Ala. Civ. App. 1989)

  Darling v. Reid, 534 So. 2d 255 (Ala. 1988).

  Hollins v. Blackerby, 507 So. 2d 486 (Ala. 1987).

  Howard v. Mitchell, 492 So. 2d 1018 (Ala. 1986).

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