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Alexander H. Lindsay, Jr.

Alexander H. Lindsay, Jr.

Adjunct Professor of Law
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From The Lindsay Law Firm

In 1972 Alexander H. Lindsay, Jr. (Al) became the first full time Assistant District Attorney in the history of Butler County. In that position he investigated and prosecuted all types of violent and white collar crime. He also handled Juvenile Court hearings in Butler County and most proceedings before the various Indicting Grand Juries which were in session at the time.

Al has received a number of awards in the course of his career, including a Special Achievement Award from Attorney General Griffin B. Bell, on March 6, 1978 and a Commendation from William Webster, Director of the F. B. I. He also served as the President of the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association in 1998, and on March 13, 1999, Al was admitted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

In addition to trying cases, Al has been Adjunct Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, teaching Trial Advocacy since 1992. He appeared numerous times as an instructor at the Attorney General's Advocacy Institute for Criminal Trial Advocacy at the United States Department of Justice in Washington D.C. He also conducted numerous seminars on criminal procedure for State and Local police, and he was an instructor in Criminal Law and Procedure at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Butler County Community College. Al served on the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee at the request of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania for six years.

Education
Degree: 
JD, University of Pittsburgh
Degree: 
BA, Washington and Jefferson College