Pat testifying before U.S. Congress.
& Past Clients
United for Life
of Angels Foundation
and Lisa Program
States Department of Health and Human Services
United States Department of State
Trueman is the former Chief of the Child Exploitation and Obscenity
Section, Criminal Division, U. S. Department of Justice, Washington,
D.C. from 1988 to 1993. While there, he supervised the prosecution of
child sex crimes, child pornography, and obscenity. He managed an office
of twenty prosecutors and support staff, and worked with the nation's
ninety-three United States Attorneys to initiate and coordinate federal
During his 32 years as a lawyer, he has litigated cases at all levels
of the federal system, including in the United States Supreme Court.
He is an advisor to many municipalities on First Amendment law and has
helped draft sexually-oriented business ordinances to end or curb the
impact of pornography shops, strip clubs, and related businesses.
He is a legal consultant to non-profit organizations on child sexual
exploitation, sexual trafficking, pornography, indecency, and related
matters. He serves as counsel to the Paul & Lisa Program of Connecticut,
whose mission is to provide prevention, early intervention, and advocacy
for children, teens, and adults who have been sexually victimized through
He is special counsel to the Alliance Defense Fund of Arizona, a national
public interest law firm, where he works as a legal expert on obscenity,
indecency, pornography and the protection of communities from sexually-oriented
businesses. He served as counsel to the Guardian of Angels Foundation
in Colorado, which targets child sex abuse and as law enforcement director
for Capitol Cities Partners, Washington, D.C., on the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services' Rescue and Restore Campaign advising federal
and state law enforcement officials on human trafficking. He has trained
police, prosecutors, and judges on sexual trafficking.
Mr. Trueman has served as chief of staff to a Member of the United States
Congress and, in his legal practice, has represented clients needing
appropriations and other help from Congress.
From 1976 to 1982, he was Executive Director and General Counsel to
Americans United for Life, a national public interest law firm in Chicago.
He lives just outside Washington, D.C., is married to Laura Clay Trueman,
and has three children, Patrick, Claire, and Elizabeth.
Zoning and licensing ordinances to regulate sexually-oriented businesses.
for clients in matters before the United States Congress:
questions at the Supreme Court.
for non-profit organizations: