Joey Comley

Kentucky and Tennessee State Director for Right On Crime

Comley is an experienced criminal practitioner who has tried or defended over 100 cases in federal, state, and military courts and has two decades' worth of experience working with investigative agencies from allied and partner nations and from a number of states and the federal government. Prior to joining the Team at Right On Crime, Joey served as the Chief of Military Justice for the U.S. Army's V Corps where he designed a military criminal and administrative jurisdiction that would allow a Fort Knox, Kentucky-based unit to exercise military order and discipline throughout the European Theater. Comley also supervised prosecutorial teammates who tried military cases and acted as Special Assistants to the United States Attorney's Office (SAUSAs) for the Western District of Kentucky.

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