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Paul R. Jones is a Michigan licensed attorney (P42171) and a Detroit College of Law (now at Michigan State University in East Lansing) Graduate, class of 1988.   Additionally I have   Bachelor (1975) and Master of Science (1978) degrees with majors in biology and chemistry from Eastern Michigan University.

Since 1989, I have practiced law both as an associate and privately as a sole general practitioner. My current private practice emphasizes state and federal criminal defense.  I am a member of the Wayne County Criminal Defense Bar, the Lutheran Attorney’s in Witness Michigan chapter, and I also provide experienced state and federal trial and appellate “of counsel” and “pro hoc” service to firms and attorneys, which means that I have a close working relationship with these attorneys, regularly work with these attorneys, and collaborate with them. We are not a firm and we do not collaborate on every case. The following is a brief description of those attorneys and/or firms. I share space with the The Associate Attorneys of Michigan, a general practice law firm which handles high quality defense of individuals charged with a variety of capital and non-capital crimes, as well as business litigation.
In addition to my criminal defense experience, I have court experience representing clients in a variety of personal injury cases, including medical malpractice, toxic and environmental chemical exposures, in addition to motor vehicle accident, premises liability and negligent security cases.  I also have experience representing clients in cases associated with RCRA & CERCLA site clean-ups and land use planning, commercial and residential purchase and sale agreements, SDL liquor and retail food stamp licensing, family law including divorce and probate estates; (wills and trusts).

If you would like to contact me concerning representation in your case:
e-mail: prj@prjoneslaw.com  

“And when they bring you before synagogues and the rulers and the authorities, do not be anxious how or what you are to answer or what you are to say, for the Holy Spirit will teach you in that very hour what you ought to say,”
Luke 12: 11-12; Matthew 10: 16-20

Then the Lord said to him, “Who has made man’s mouth?  Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind?  Is it not I, the Lord?  Now therefore go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.”
Exodus 4: 11-12

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