Mr. M. Craig Wolf
327 Hart Building
Home: (301) 473-9158
BiographyAs counsel to the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, detailed from the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, Wolf's duties include drafting and negotiating legislation, speeches, floor/committee statements, talking points, letters, etc.
As DOJ trial attorney, prepares child pornography, RICO and Child Support Recovery Act cases.
Academic BackgroundB.A.: Dickinson College (History/Political Science).
J.D.: University of Baltimore School of Law.
Publications or PresentationsPanelist: Point-Counterpoint Debate on the Death Penalty, Maryland Public Television's Newsnight Maryland, Nov. 13, 1998.
Instructor: DOJ Violence Against Women and Children Seminar; DOJ Child Support Enforcement Seminar; Bureau of Indian Affairs Criminal Investigator Child Sexual Abuse Training Seminar; Non-Custodial Interrogation, Miranda and Consent Searches.
Issue SpecialitiesChild abuse, pornography, Miranda rights, consent searches, RICO, obscenity, child prostitution, child support, violence against women, impeachment, death penalty, victim's rights.
Calvert IndexCrime/Self Defense/Illegal Drugs