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Jeredith Elaine Jones

Jeredith Elaine Jones

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  • Family Law, Divorce, Criminal Law...
  • Texas
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Summary

Jeredith Jones has been practicing law since 2008 exclusively in Montgomery County, Texas. Her focus is Family Law, Divorces, Child Custody and all manner of Criminal Defense representation. She has significant experience in trial before juries, trials before judges, child abuse, spousal abuse, custody, drug use, division of the marital estate, adoption, step-parent adoption, DWI representation, misdemeanor representation, and felony representation.
With a diverse background as a Child Abuse Investigator with the Waco Child Protective Services, Jeredith Jones brings a unique perspective and extensive experience to each of her client’s cases. Jeredith worked one on one with individuals in crisis, creating outcomes for children and families facing abuse, drug addiction, domestic violence, and broken homes. She now applies the principles and knowledge gained in these delicate matters to her criminal and family clients. Ms. Jones approaches her client's cases with compassion, understanding and a direct assessment of both the benefits and pitfalls of litigation. In addition, Jeredith recognizes the needs of her clients and works with them on a personal level while working through the case at hand and addressing their legal problems.
Prior to opening her own practice, Ms. Jones worked as a Prosecutor in Montgomery County, Texas where she tried many cases to a jury and a number of cases to a judge. In private practice, Attorney Jones has tried many hearings and trials to Judges and juries.
Ms. Jones brings the skills earned and relationships developed through her past careers to your case for a unique perspective on her client's cases. She also understands that many individuals are better served outside of the courtroom, and works diligently to find creative solutions to her client’s cases.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Jeredith Jones Law
Current
Partner
Griffin and Cain, Attorneys at Law, PLLC
Trial attorney
Montgomery County District Attorney
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Investigator, Child Abuse
Department of Family Protective Services
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Education
St. Mary's University School of Law
J.D. (2008)
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University of Wyoming
B.A. (2001)
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Awards
Pro Bono Award
St. Mary's School of Law
Internal High Five award
Texas Department of Family Protective Services
Awarded for locating abused children removed from my jurisdiction who were in extreme danger
Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas
Member
Current
Montgomery County Bar Association
Member
Current
Montgomery County Business Women Association
Member
Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
San Antonio Lawyer Magazine
San Antonio Bar Association
Speaking Engagements
Thor's Hammer; Family Law Domestic Violence in Criminal Cases, Montgomery County Criminal Defense Bar Meeting, Conroe TX
Montgomery County Criminal Defense Bar
Certifications
Bar License
State Bar of Texas
Websites & Blogs
Website
Jeredith Elaine Jones' Main Website Profile
Website
Jeredith Jones Law Website
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. How to get access to sealed juvenile records in Texas? The case was a sexual abuse case & the plaintiff recanted
A: It would depend on the records. Some records are not discoverable before or after a final order. The Forensic interview, for instance, would never be allowed to be released but you may be able to view it at the district attorneys office given the proper open court case. In addition, you will come against strong opposition from the district attorneys office and the court on this issue because it is generally expected that a victim may recant her outcry after the fact.
Q. Texas deceased husband has back child support arrears on a 32 year old daughter.
A: It depends. If she obtained a judgment for the past due child support within the statute of limitations, the 32 year old daughter or the mother can file a claim for the child support against any of his assets. If the process wasn't followed, it is unlikely that any of his property could be used to pay for the back child support.
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Jeredith Jones Law
Conroe, TX
203 Simonton St
Conroe, TX 77301
USA
Telephone: (936) 756-3930
Fax: (832) 442-5626