Mr. Weck has also served as a Marine Corps officer for over 23 years. He was commissioned as a second Lieutenant in 1994 and then served as a defense counsel representing Marines accused of violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Prior to leaving active duty he represented military commanders as a prosecutor for the busiest trial shop in the Department of Defense. As a result of his trial results and dedication to justice he was selected as the “Top Young Lawyer of the Year for the U.S. Marine Corps” by the American Bar Association in 1999. Since 2001, Mr. Weck has continued to serve as an active Reserve officer for the Marines. As a reservist, he continues to provide legal guidance to most of the major commands within the Marine Corps.
Mr. Weck received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Cornell University and his Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego School of Law.