I have been practicing as a criminal defense attorney since 2006 and currently manage my own firm, Jordan H. Kramer, P.A. Prior to opening my firm, I worked as a partner with Howze, Monaghan, Theriac & Kramer, PLC and before that I worked as an Assistant Public Defender in the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit (Brevard County) where I quickly earned the reputation as a zealous advocate of my clients constitutional rights. I have successfully defended hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases in both the Circuit and County Court. During law school, I worked as an extern with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in Detroit, Michigan, where I conducted preliminary exams (probable cause hearings) in the 36th District Court.
I received my Bachelors degree from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan and a Master’s degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Wayne State University. The emphasis of this program focused on effective persuasion and negotiation techniques, which is a skill I use every single day in the courtroom. I attended law school at Michigan State University and graduated with a concentration in criminal law.
In addition to being a dedicated and devoted criminal defense attorney, I strongly believe in community involvement and activism. I volunteer a significant amount of time to the Cocoa Beach Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), which is comprised of over 300 businesses from the Cities of Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Rockledge, and Merritt Island. I serve on the Chamber’s Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and as the Chamber’s Attorney.
I am a member of the Brevard County Bar Association, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. I am also licensed to practice law in both Michigan and Florida.