Sherry Ivey Jones
- Criminal Law
Attorney Sherry Ivey Jones graduated from the University of Florida School of Law with an undergraduate degree with honors from East Tennessee State University.
She is a former prosecutor, which gives her a distinct edge defending clients of criminal charges. Attorney Jones began her career as an Assistant State Attorney and has prosecuted almost every type of case including Misdemeanor Traffic, Felony Armed Robbery, and more. She knows how the mind of a prosecutor works making her steps ahead for her clients.
As an Assistant Public Defender for the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, she handled a caseload of over 300 cases and clients at any given time.
Attorney Jones is an active member of the Florida Bar Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and Florida Association of Women Lawyers. Attorney Jones has even served as President of the local Criminal Defense Bar.
Attorney Jones is fully qualified to help you with your criminal defense case. She zealously represents her clients, both inside and out of the courtroom. Attorney Jones is a strong believer in your legal rights. She will exhaust every possible resource in defense against any criminal charges in Monroe County Florida.
- The Florida Bar  # 0048752
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- The Florida Bar
- ID Number: 0048752
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- Contingent Fees
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Written
- Q. I got a letter from the county attorney's office saying that a complaint has been made and I MUST talk to them by phone.
- A: If you are under investigation (complaint made), then you should assert your right to remain silent. Being accused of any crime is serious and you should hire an attorney to investigate and defend you. You are correct to be suspicious of any letter because there are many scams.