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Johns practiced law as a career in California, Maryland, and the District of Columbia until partial retirement in the summer of 1992. Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court in 1963, he has been a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
His non-fiction Dateline Sunday, U.S.A., drew national attention as a legal history documenting blue law confrontation with the U.S. Constitution's first amendment. His 1999 Ride to Glory targeted some of evolution's more obvious shortfalls while a lawyer’s academic perspective documented evolution’s most obvious “flaws” and “holes” in his 2007 Beyond Forever.
A 1958 graduate of the University of Southern California's Law Center, and holder of La Sierra University's 1994 "Alumnus of the Year" award, the author’s professional resume appears in Who's Who in American Law; Who’s Who in America; and Who's Who in the World.
Warren L. Johns, Esq. (ret.)