Larry is a descendant of Edward J. Ziock, Jr.  Larry is Senior Research Associate at the Institute For Simulation & Training at the University of Central Florida. He was a career Army officer, with the rank of Leutenant Colonel, with service culminating on the U.S. Central Command staff during Desert Storm where he was in charge of Special Technical Operations under Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf.   Having served at the National Simulation Center, City of San Francisco staff, & Exercise Directorate of a Unified Command, his specialty is in constructive computer simulations - scenario design, exercise preparation, training & evaluation, & program management of new simulations from requirements definition to material development - focused on Natural Disaster & Joint Operations.  He received a BS in Education from the University of Florida.

Not sure if this is indeed a Ziock since the name is spelled different ways throughout the article but when I saw it was in Florida I thought it might be some relation to Larry Ziock.

United States v Singleton
"Ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
John V. Wachtel
Even though Singleton is pending rehearing, the defense bar has begun to address this issue in other federal courts. On August 4, 1998, Judge William J. ZIock of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, in United States v. Lawery, Case No. 97-368-CR-ZLCOH, adopted the reasoning of the Tenth Circuit panel and agreed that § 201(c)(2) was indeed applicable to the government. In a thirty-one page written opinion which does not yet seem to have been published, Judge Zloek suppressed the testimony of co-conspirators who had been offered lenient treatment by the government in exchange for their testimony. Judge Zlock has maintained a consistent policy in this regard, and he has suppressed such testimony in several other cases.