Ken Driggs is an attorney specializing in death penalty cases, currently in Georgia. He holds degrees in journalism (University of Florida), law (Mercer University), and legal history (University of Wisconsin). He has worked on two U.S. presidential campaigns and as press secretary to a Florida speaker of the house and speech writer for a Florida governor. He has published in the Journal of Church and State, Georgia Historical Quarterly, Stetson Law Review, St. Thomas Law Review, and the Utah Historical Quarterly. His professional affiliations include the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Mormon History Association.
LDS (member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)