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Though based in the Los Angeles area, JONES LAW handles cases throughout the entire state of California, including the following counties, among others:  Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Diego County, Ventura County, San Bernardino County, Alameda County, Sacramento County, San Francisco County, Fresno County, Contra Costa County, Kern County, Imperial County, Merced County, Monterey County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Santa Clara County, and Sonoma County.  And because JONES LAW’s main office is in the Los Angeles area, we are keenly familiar with the following cities and neighborhoods, among others:  Pasadena, East LA, El Monte, Pico Rivera, Glendale, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Montebello, North Hollywood, Norwalk, Bellflower, Pacoima, Panorama City, Santa Clarita, Santa Monica, Oxnard, Burbank, Beverly Hills, Van Nuys, West Covina, Alhambra, Baldwin Park, Culver City, Hawthorne, City of Industry, La Mirada, Long Beach, Redondo Beach, Venice, Buena Park, Fullerton, Santa Ana, Commerce.

Terrence Jones is licensed to practice law before all state and federal courts in California.  Terrence Jones is also licensed to practice law in New York.  Terrence Jones is a Trial Attorney, Trial Lawyer, Black Trial Lawyer, Black Trial Attorney, African American Attorney, Black Attorney, Labor and Employment Lawyer, Wrongful Termination Lawyer, Workplace Discrimination Attorney, Title VII Attorney, Black Civil Rights Attorney, Black Criminal Defense Lawyer, Drone Lawyer, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, Federal Tort Claims Lawyer, Whistleblower Attorney, Business Trial Lawyer, Medical Malpractice Attorney.  JONES LAW is a Black owned law firm, African American law firm, minority owned law firm.

there is no client as scary as an innocent man.

       - J. Michael Haller 

To have once been a criminal is no disgrace. To remain a criminal is the disgrace.
 
        - Malcolm X

For the first time in our country’s history, we had a sitting president visit a federal prison.  And President Obama saw the same thing that I always saw when I visited federal detention centers:  too many black and brown faces.  Many of them over-charged, under-represented, and serving mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent crimes that those who are “more privileged” likely wouldn't have been charged with in the first place.  And, of course, many of them were wrongly accused in the first place.

 

So if you’ve been charged with a crime and need counsel, please contact me and let’s talk about what options you may have.