Stephen L. Jones

Stephen L. Jones

80 Washington Square Bldg. K
Norwell, MA 02061

Phone: 781-871-7600


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About Stephen L. Jones

BOARD CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE-2005 Assistant Dean, Chairman of the Membership Committee , Chairman of the Curriculum Committee Mr. Jones was elected to the Board of Regents for the National College for DUI Defense in July, 2003. He is a former prosecutor and has successfully defended over 1000 OUI cases. A recognized trial attorney, Mr. Jones has appeared on the Today Show, Inside Edition, the Discovery Channel and certain high profile cases have been carried on both the local and network news. For six years, he chaired the Massachusetts CLE seminars on Drunk Driving. He also lectures on the subject of courtroom testimony at the FBI academy. His practice is concentrated in the defense of individuals charged with Operating under the Influence OUI, DUI, DWI and related matters. He practices primarily in Massachusetts and has offices in Bala Cynwood, PA and Marlton, NJ.

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