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Dee Wampler Dee Wampler

Dee Wampler is a Springfield, MO native with a Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri School of Law-Columbia.

Mr. Wampler has more than 53 years of experience in the courtroom. He served as assistant Greene County prosecutor from 1967-1970, was elected as a prosecuting attorney from 1971-1972, and has engaged in private practice since 1973 in which he specializes in felony criminal trial work. He became one of the youngest elected Prosecuting Attorneys in Greene County, Missouri.

Dee Wampler’s work as a criminal trial attorney has earned him a national and international reputation. His cases have been featured on investigative television programs, including: “Saturday Night with Connie Chung,” “Inside Edition,” “Prime Time,” and “Court TV.” View Dee’s Full Resume


High School: Central and Parkview High Schools, Springfield, Missouri.

  • Top 15 in nation in debate competition. Winner of numerous awards in debate competition and extemporaneous speaking.

Drury College, 1959, Springfield, MO.

  • Activities: Member: Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Fraternity; Pi Kappa Delta, Honorary Speech Fraternity; Member “A” Debate Team, best win-loss ratio at Drury.

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 1960.

  • Activities: Officer, Inter-Fraternity Council; Officer,
    Lambda Chi Alpha.

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 1961-2
Degree: Bachelor of Science, Public Administration.

  • Activities: Member “A” Debate Team, best win-loss record for 1961, 1961. Attended 20 college tournaments in Big 8, Big 10. Cited by President Elmer Ellis for EXCELLENCE IN DEBATE. AWARD OF MERIT, Stephens Oratory Contest, 1961. AWARD OF MERIT, Stephens College, 19061. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, Debate, Stephens College, 1961. M.U. Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, 2nd Place, 1961, 1962. Member: Delta Sigma Pi, Business Fraternity, Athenaen Society.

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