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This page details a counterpart of Samuel Cogley in the Kelvin timeline; for the Samuel Cogley in the primary universe see Samuel Cogley.

Samuel Thomas Cogley (born in the year 2202) was a human from Earth who lived during the 23rd century.

He was born in Montana, which is part of the United States of America, in 2202. (TOS novel: The Case of the Colonist's Corpse)

Cogley grew up to become a famed attorney known for his unusual but often successful methods. He preferred books to computers, rarely using such devices for research. (TOS episode & novelization: Court Martial)

History[]

In 2259 (stardate 2259.246) of the Kelvin timeline, Cogley was the lead prosecutor in the United Federation of Planets's trial of Khan Noonien Singh. Despite his position, he deferred his opening statement to James T. Kirk who, along with Spock, served as adjunct counsel. (TOS comic: "Khan, Number One")


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