Below are just some of the countless articles about both my legal work, my military career, and an Op/Ed piece about Marriage Equality that was published 9 months before the US Supreme Court's decision in favor of Marriage Equality.

Body Armor, Guns and Life Imprisonment

The dramatic story of how two young men robbed others of 14 lbs of marijuana while wearing body armor and carrying an AK-47 and a .45 pistol ended in the conviction of one for the murder of the other today...

Bank of Saipan may have new receiver

...Assistant Attorney General Allan L. Dollison, in Atalig’s motion for substitution of receiver filed on Friday, said that since the court granted Atalig’s petition for receivership, Fennell had filed numerous reports, as well as the bank re-opening plan.
Dollison said the receiver had indicated that the bank was still in a “poor liquidity situation,” and that recovery efforts needed to begin to return bank assets wrongfully removed...

Dangers Up Ahead

How druglords and insurgents are making the war in Afghanistan deadlier than ever

...U.S. military officers say the confluence of drugs and militancy has left parts of southern Afghanistan virtually ungovernable. Says Captain Allen Dollison, a civil-affairs officer based in Lashkar Gah: "They're absolutely linked, absolutely interconnected, and it has to be addressed to solve the security situation."

DOLLISON’S DOCKET: How Will the Marriage Equality Debate End, Given That It’s Already Over?

Without a doubt the hottest legal issue that continues to percolate in our federal Court system is the issue of marriage equality (or, as some term it, “gay marriage”). The rapid transformation of this issue in just the span of less than two years can only be described as breathtaking...

Stanko sentenced: 26 to life for 2009 Eureka murder

...Deputy District Attorney Allan Dollison told the court that Andrew Pease's death was not only a loss for his family, but also for the community of Humboldt County. He told the court that Andrew Pease served his country honorably in the U.S. Army, was poised to graduate from Humboldt State University, had battled cancer and won, and had finally chosen a career working with developmentally disabled children...