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Michael Martinez has extensive experience in corrections, including jails, prisons and community based corrections. Mike's career in corrections includes employment as a deputy sheriff with the Denver Sheriff's Department, an adult probation officer with the Fourth Judicial District Probation Department, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and as a United States Probation Officer for the District of Colorado.
In his capacity as a United States Probation officer, Mike served as a line officer, the District’s Special Offender Specialist, Supervisor and for six and a half years prior to his retirement in December 2000, as the Deputy Chief. During his career as a Supervisor and Deputy Chief, Mike worked closely with the Federal Bureau of Prison and state and local correctional officials.
Mike taught community and institutional-based corrections courses at Metropolitan State College of Denver, Criminal Justice and Criminology Department from May 2001 to August 2009.
He also taught Administration of Community Corrections as an Honorarium Instructor for the Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs during the fall 2001 term. In August 2009, Mike began teaching for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, School of Public Affairs, Criminal Justice Department as an Instructor. In August 2011, Mike assumed the duties of Director of the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program at UCCS as a Senior Instructor. Mike’s areas of interest include community and institutional based corrections, white-collar crime, gangs, violence in society and developing internship programs for criminal justice students. Mike is a graduate of Metropolitan State College. He received a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Mike has been with Investigative Resources since March of 2001. During that time he has served as a consultant and investigator for attorneys in the evaluation of pretrial and presentence investigation reports on the state and federal level. Mike has served as advisory witness for attorneys appearing before the federal court on issues related to the investigation and supervision of federal offenders and application of advisory federal sentencing guidelines.
Mike frequently consults with criminal defense attorneys on matters involving pretrial detention, plea negotiations and sentencing. Mike is well respected for his knowledge and understanding of federal sentencing guidelines and is often requested to assist in the drafting of plea agreements and to provide testimony concerning departure issues and other mitigating factors.
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