2016 Mentor: Mark Garber

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Mark-Garber
Mark Garber started his career in law enforcement as a sheriff’s deputy at age 19 and attended LSUE and LSU to study criminal justice and psychology. While at LSU he worked as a Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries game warden. After receiving his bachelors degree he obtained a position as a police officer with the City of Arlington Police Department. He was eventually promoted to and and later was promoted to be a police sergeant. While working for the City of Arlington, he received his law degree from Southern Methodist University. He later became employed with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, where he held titles as Assistant Program Manager and Chief of Narcotic Investigations. Then he served our country as a Special Agent for the Secret Service.

For 6 years, Mark served as Assistant District Attorney in the 15th Judicial Court in Lafayette Parish. In this capacity, he oversaw a multitude of diverse criminal proceedings collaborating with both Local and Federal Agencies in the prosecution of felony cases. As a prosecutor, Mark advised and counseled many of our local law enforcement on search and seizure, evidence, arrest and other criminal prosecution issues.


Mark Garber started his career in law enforcement as a sheriff’s deputy at age 19 and attended LSUE and LSU to study criminal justice and psychology.

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