Ericka Johnson is an associate in the Government Investigations & White Collar Practice. She previously served for six years as Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps (USMC), where she specialized in complex litigation and providing international legal advice to general officers.
While in the USMC, Ericka was responsible for all facets of investigating and defending Marines accused of misdemeanor and felony violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. She represented clients accused of crimes in Jordan, Guantanamo Bay, Spain, Afghanistan, Japan, the Philippines and North America, and litigated nine jury trials, including five major felony cases, more than 40 administrative hearings and multiple guilty hearings. She conducted hundreds of witness interviews, routinely prepared clients and witnesses for live testimony, and zealously pursued discovery and engaged in motions practice to challenge and limit the evidence used against her clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ericka A. Johnson