District Attorney David Roger, a native of Las Vegas, graduated from UNLV with a degree in Business Administration. In 1986, David obtained his law degree from California Western School of Law. After being admitted to the Nevada Bar the same year, he was selected to work as a law clerk for two (2) Nevada District Court Judges.
Later in 1987, David was recruited by the Clark County D.A.'s Office and was hired as a Deputy District Attorney. Within a short time, he was promoted to Chief Deputy District Attorney and assigned to the Major Violators Unit. As an MVU Deputy, David has been responsible for prosecuting the county's murder cases and handling special assignments from the District Attorney.
David is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, all Federal Courts and all Courts in the State of Nevada. Clark County Judges and lawyers have awarded David the highest rating for ethics and legal skills. Also, David has been a guest lecturer for the Clark County Bar Association and the UNLV Boyd School of Law.