Suzannah B. Cannon – Office Manager
Suzannah Cannon is a 1999 graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations. As office manager, she oversees the firm’s accounting, bookkeeping and daily operations of the firm. In her capacity, she also serves as legal assistant to Donald Bosch. She has been with the firm since May 1996. Prior to being employed at The Bosch Law Firm, P.C., Suzannah was employed by Knox County General Sessions Court.
Suzannah is a lifelong resident of Knox County, where she resides with her husband and three children. She is actively involved in her community through her children’s school and her church.
Jessica M. Blevins – Legal Assistant
Jessica Blevins has been with The Bosch Law Firm since 2005. She is a 2005 graduate of the University of Tennessee and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, with a concentration in Criminal Justice.
During her time at UT, Jessica was a member of the Lady Volunteer Swimming and Diving Team and served as team captain during her senior year. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Tennessee Lettermen’s Club and is a Spring 2009 graduate of Introduction to Knoxville. Jessica is a native of Bluefield, West Virginia.
Richard F. Qulia
Richard F. Qulia has been independently contracted by The Bosch Law Firm, P.C as a private investigator and polygraph examiner since 2004. As President of Richard F. Qulia Investigations and Polygraph Company, he provides services as a Forensic Psychophysiologist /Polygraph Examiner, conducting polygraph examinations for criminal defense attorneys, the Tennessee Public Defenders Office, banks, corporations and other businesses, as well as individuals. He also conducts private investigations on legal matters and other confidential issues.
Since 2009, Richard has been contracted as a polygraph examiner by the Defense Intelligence Agency in Alexandria, Virginia, where he conducts polygraph examinations concerning Sabotage and Espionage for pre-employment applicants.
In 2004, Richard retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after 33 years of service. During his employment with the FBI, he served as a Special Agent Investigator in Washington, D.C., a Relief Supervisor for the Attorney General’s Protective Detail in Washington, D.C., and was an instructor at the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia. He also served as a Relief Supervisor for the Violent Crimes Squad and a Forensic Psychophysiologist/Polygraph Examiner with the Knoxville FBI division. During his tenure with the FBI, he conducted polygraphs for criminal cases, pre-employment examinations, internal affairs investigations, and foreign counterintelligence and terrorism cases.
Richard is a 1969 graduate of State University of New York at Morrisville, New York with his AAS in Business Administration. He continued his education at York College in Pennsylvania, earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 1971. In 1998 he graduated from the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute with his post graduate certificate in Forensic Psychophysiology.
Richard is a published author of “High Risk Encounter Techniques,” a new agent training publication on Special Agent techniques and mechanics of an arrest. He is a member of the American Polygraph Association, Tennessee Polygraph Association, Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents Association, Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Farragut West Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, Farragut Homeowners Association and the Tennessee Private Investigators Association.