Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney
There are nearly 100,000 lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of Florida. Of those attorneys, approximately 400 individuals have been recognized by the Florida Bar as being “Experts” in Criminal Defense. In 2013 the Florida Bar certified Mr. Jones as a “Board Certified Expert in Criminal Trials,” in recognition of his professionalism, expertise, and accomplishments in the courtroom. Only Board Certified attorneys are allowed to call themselves “Experts” or “Specialists.” Mr. Jones has truly demonstrated criminal defense expertise throughout his career.
Mr. Jones has tried over 100 criminal jury trials. His clients have been acquitted of 1st Degree Murder, Attempted 1st Degree Murder, Attempted 1st Degree Murder on a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, Lewd and Lascivious Molestation, Check Fraud, Marijuana and Cocaine Possession, D.U.I., Driving on a Suspended License, Battery, Assault… the list goes on.
Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney Benjamin Jones grew up in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He attended Emory University for his undergraduate degree where he double majored in Economics and Philosophy with concentrations in Law and Business Policy Analysis. For his legal education, Mr. Jones returned to South Florida, attending the University of Miami’s School of Law, and ultimately graduating in 2006.
After briefly working in Unemployment and Condominium Litigation during the “Housing Bubble’s” burst, Mr. Jones found his passion when he began working in criminal defense in 2007. Since then, Mr. Jones has represented thousands of individuals accused of every type of criminal charge at both the State and Federal levels. Mr. Jones has enjoyed protecting his clients from looming government sanctions, no matter how big or small the case, ranging from simple Municipal Ordinance violations, like an “Open Container” charge, to driving offenses, including D.U.I., to drug possession and trafficking cases, to violent offenses, including Battery, Assault, and Robbery, to Sex Crimes, to complicated “White Collar” offenses, like Racketeering and Fraud, all the way to 1st Degree and Capital Murders.
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