Brian Ted Jones, PLLC

Brian Ted Jones, PLLC Brian Ted Jones, PLLC is a one-man law practice focused on providing high-quality criminal defense a There aren't many lawyers like Brian Ted Jones.

Born at the Choctaw Nation Hospital in Talihina in 1984, raised in rural southeastern Oklahoma, and educated at one of the oldest colleges in America, Brian graduated with distinction from the University of Oklahoma law school in 2009, where he was a top-ranking appellate advocate and a member of the Oklahoma Law Review. After joining the bar, Brian spent six years in private practice as a crimina

l defense attorney. He's represented clients on charges ranging from traffic tickets to murder, and from DUIs and VPOs to simple drug misdemeanors and complicated white-collar felonies. He's a talented litigator with experience in preliminary hearings, license hearings, motions to suppress, jury trials, appeals, expungements, and more. He's represented defendants in municipal, county, tribal, and federal courts, and in each and every corner of the state. Brian has the kind of broad, practical understanding of Oklahoma's criminal law that a person can only come by with years of experience as a working, courtroom lawyer. In 2016, Brian switched gears and took a job at Oklahoma City's Kirkpatrick Foundation, where he helped educate Oklahomans about the true effects of State Question 777 (the "Right to Farm" amendment). He conducted a thorough legal analysis of 777 and traveled to over seventy different locations throughout Oklahoma, where he explained the measure, answered questions about it, and helped voters better understand a complicated and far-reaching proposal. In April 2017, Brian opened his own law practice, where he handles every element of a case personally. He keeps his own schedule, writes and mails his own correspondence, and manages his own case files. He knows that facing criminal charges can be a stressful and trying experience for anyone, and he uses his thorough understanding of Oklahoma criminal law to guide his clients through the process and bring them out on the other side with the best results possible. Along with criminal defense, Brian also offers legal consulting on matters of public policy, and has already developed a detailed analysis of the potential impacts of State Question 788, a ballot proposal that would legalize medical ma*****na in Oklahoma. In addition to his law practice, Brian is a freelance writer and also serves as the Vice-Chair of the Oklahoma Democratic Party. He lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Jennifer, and their sons, Oscar and GuyJack.

08/09/2018

I am live now over on the BML page talking about State Question 788 and taking your questions.

To everyone who's followed my firm over the past year, thank you so much.I wanted to let you all know I'm now at Ball Mo...
06/27/2018
How State Question 788 Decriminalizes Ma*****na

To everyone who's followed my firm over the past year, thank you so much.

I wanted to let you all know I'm now at Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, where I'll be building up the firm's criminal defense practice.

If you want to check out what I'm working on, here's a blog post I published today, explaining how substantially decriminalized ma*****na possession (in addition to legalizing medical possession).

Thanks again!

https://www.ballmorselowe.com/blog/how-state-question-788-decriminalizes-ma*****na

Oklahoma voters approved State Question 788, legalizing medical ma*****na in Oklahoma. But that’s not all 788 did. 788 also enacted a major change to the criminal penalties for ma*****na possession. Ball Morse Lowe Criminal Attorney Brian Ted Jones explains the impact of this change.

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