UNDER THE LAW.
Attorney Jackson has spent his entire Legal Career working in Criminal Defense. He is originally from North Carolina, before moving out to Southern California in 2011, and attending Whittier Law School. During his time at Whittier Law School, he was voted by faculty as the Criminal Law Student of the year in 2014, and was voted as the President of the Criminal Law Society.
During his time in school, Mr. Jackson has spent three different semesters interning for the District Attorney’s Office, as well as a Summer interning for The Honorable Stephen Bromberg out of Orange County Superior Court. In addition, he has worked as a Legal Assistant at a Criminal Defense Firm before becoming an Attorney.
During his time practicing Criminal Defense, he has handled every kind of case, from simple petty theft cases, to more serious rape and child molestation case, and even murder cases. This wide array of experience has helped shape Mr. Jackson into an aggressive, and motivated Attorney. He has spent most of his career practicing throughout all areas of Orange County, Los Angeles, and more recently throughout the entire Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino County). This familiarity with the local courts has helped Mr. Jackson create great relationships with the local District Attorneys as well as the Judges he sees almost every day.
He’s been successful in having his serious felony cases reduced and even dismissed at Preliminary Hearings. He has also had success saving clients accused of murder, and the potential to spend the rest of their lives in prison, to a much more favorable result, giving them the potential to have a life again once they have finished their sentence.
Mr. Jackson not only has an immense amount of experience in Criminal Law, but he has a client-first attitude by doing everything he can to understand his clients, and his clients’ families struggles, to know them best, so he can defend them best. It can be a scary situation to become accused of a series crime, and Mr. Jackson has, like many people in the system, also been an accused before. He understands the fear, and he does his best to help humanize people to Prosecutors as best he can, in order to achieve the most favorable results for his clients. His compassion is shown in the way he treats his clients, and the way he fights for their freedom.
- State Bar of California
- U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Whittier Law School, Orange County
Juris Doctor with a Criminal Law and Institute for Trial and Appellate Practice Concentration
- University of North Carolina Wilmington
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature