Homeless as a teenager, Attorney Ted Vosk became a national Goldwater Scholar, graduating with honors in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics from Eastern Michigan University, before studying physics in the Ph.D. program at Cornel University and obtaining his JD from Harvard Law School.
Since then, he has been a prosecutor, public defender, the Acting Managing Director of an NSF Science and Technology Center and Vice President of Celestial North which was recognized by Astronomy Magazine for Excellence in Astronomy Outreach. He has been part of some the most significant DUI cases in Washington State over the past 15 years and led a fight resulting in significant reforms in the practices of the State’s Toxicology Lab, for which he received the President’s Award from the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Certificate of Distinction from the Washington Foundation for Criminal Justice.
A Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and member of Mensa, he is an international speaker and consultant. His work has been published in both legal and scientific media, and he is co-author of the books Forensic Metrology: Scientific Measurement and Inference for Lawyers, Judges, and Criminalists, published by CRC Press, and Defending DUIs in Washington, published by Thompson-West.
Ted lives with his wife Kris, with whom he spends his spare time sucking out all the marrow of life.