Troy A. Smith brings a combined twenty-one years of experience in the civilian and military court to the practice of criminal defense. Having served as a homicide prosecutor in New York City and a defense counsel in the United States army, Troy A. Smith has been lead counsel in over a hundred cases involving, but not exclusive to, homicide, robbery, assault, sexual offenses, embezzlement, and fraud. Troy A. Smith has given legal representation to hundreds of people in military proceedings, and he was lead appellate counsel during over one-hundred military criminal appeals. Dubbed by one judge as the “Acquittal King,” Troy Smith served as an Army JAG Criminal Defense Attorney with one of the highest acquittal rates in the Army JAG Corps. He has been interviewed on numerous media outlets for his opinion on high profile cases like the shooting of Trayvon Martin and the murder trial of Casey Anthony. Troy Smith has been invited to lecture several criminal defense organizations on the topic of false confessions drawn from coercive interrogation techniques by law enforcement, and he is considered an expert on the matter. Today, Troy A. Smith leads a practice in the State of New York focusing on the defense of those in legal situations both civilian and military.