Over the past thirty years, David Demurjian has been a prosecutor in New York, Massachusetts, and California, where he has handled a wide array of felony cases. For most of his career, he has been a use of force expert for various law enforcement and military agencies (state and federal) throughout the country. His area of expertise is in the use of force by law enforcement and military personnel. He has taught defensive tactics and the use of force throughout the world.
Mr. Demurjian is also a certified force instructor for a large law enforcement agency and serves as a sworn member of that agency. His assignments have been patrol, gang enforcement, and academy staff for the last fifteen years. These assignments have provided him with a unique insight into the split-second decisions made in the life and death encounters of law enforcement. Mr. Demurjian is also a captain assigned to the Judge Advocate General’s Office.
For the past 40 years, he has trained in Judo, Aiki-jujutsu, and Kyokushin-kai karate. He holds a black belt rank in all of these disciplines.
- California State Bar
- New York State Bar
- Massachusetts State Bar
- 1st, 2nd, 9th Federal Circuits
- Mr. Demurjian is a graduate of New York University (1984) with a double major in economics and classics. He received his Juris Doctor at Fordham University School of Law (1987).