In the six years that he has practiced law, Jonathan has successfully defended a Capital Murder case, become Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and argued and won appeals.
Jonathan has litigated all levels of cases, ranging from Traffic Tickets to Capital Murder. His work is his life. You can find Jonathan working nights and weekends and visiting clients during off hours. He represents individuals accused of crimes throughout Texas. When he's not in Court advocating for clients, he's meeting with investigators, working with witnesses or negotiating with prosecutors. He keeps clients informed, he interviews witnesses and he believes in the process.
Jonathan's philosophy with respect to the practice of law can best be summed up by Alan Dershowitz. "Once I decide to take a case, I have only one agenda: I want to win. I will try, by every fair and legal means, to get my client off—without regard to the consequences."
Areas of Practice:
Wills & Probate
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, 2010
Mississippi College School of Law, December 2009
Stephen F. Austin State University, B.S. in 2006
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Gregg County Bar Association
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Association
Harrison County Bar Association
Rusk County Bar Association