Married to Karen Mokihana Chang Tydingco of Kahaluu, Hawaii with three children (ages 10, 18, and 22).
Attended St. Mary’s College of Calif., University of Guam, and University Hawaii at Manoa.
Graduated with B.A. Psychology and Sociology, Masters of Social Work, and Juris Doctorate.
Admitted to practice law in the local and federal courts of the State of Hawaii, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), and U.S. Territory of Guam, and U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Currently employed or serving as Chief Prosecutor for the Office of the Attorney General since January 2007 under Attorney General Alicia G. Limtiaco.
Previous legal employment included Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the City & County of Honolulu Office of the Prosecuting Attorney; General Counsel/Legal Advisor for the Guam Police Department; Acting Chief Prosecutor for Prosecution Division, Guam Office of the Attorney General; Associate Attorney and Law Partner in Private Practice (Carbullido & Brooks, Brooks Lynch Tydingco & Quan); Alternate Public Defender with Guam Public Defender Service Corp.; and Assistant Attorney General/Senior Prosecutor with the CNMI Attorney General Office.