William F. Schenck serves as Senior Advisor for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
He began his career in the Greene County Prosecutor's Office. Bill served as Chief Trial Counsel under Mike DeWine in the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office from 1977-1980. Elected to the position of Prosecuting Attorney first in1980, and then six more times, Bill honorably served the citizens of Greene County for over 25 years. During his time as the county's prosecuting attorney, Bill prosecuted over 50,000 felonies and brought justice to numerous victims.
After his time in the Greene County prosecutor's office, Bill served as Assistant United States Attorney at Department of Justice in the U.S. Attorney's Office from 2006-2011. During this time, Bill prosecuted felons involved in organized crime.
Throughout his public service, he has been an advocate for victims' rights and served as President of the National Organization for Victim Assistance from 1993-1994.
He earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Richmond (1966) and his Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University (1969). In addition to his distinguished legal career, Bill hosted a television program called “Due Process” for 10 years and served on the faculty of the National Advocacy Center from 2001-2011 teaching trial practice.