Mr. Hodge has also worked in law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels. Dan has also served as the chief investigator for the Public Defenders Office in the State of Kentucky. When it comes to crimes against children and the elderly, no other investigator works more diligently than Mr. Hodge. In 1995, while testifying in a child custody/abuse case, Mr. Hodge was called a pitbull by the residing judge. “You have obviously worked this investigation day and night and inside and out.” “Son you’re like a pitbull, I thank you for your testimony and I’m glad you stuck this out”. “Now please sit, thank you”.
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