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Lloyd D Murray, Sr.

Lloyd D. Murray, Sr.
If you are from Richmond Hill, then you already know Lloyd D. Murray, Sr. Raised in Richmond Hill, Georgia, he started his legal practice in 1978 in Pembroke, Georgia, before moving to Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

A graduate of Armstrong State College and John Marshall Law School, Murray is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the American Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Beta Epsilon National Law Fraternity, and the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Mr. Murray has also served twice as President of the Atlantic Bar Association.

Mr. Murray's prowess as an attorney and reputation in the community is unparalleled. Throughout his thirty-three year career as an attorney, he has represented thousands of clients as a criminal defense attorney, with cases ranging from misdemeanors to death penalty cases.

Mr. Murray's civil litigation skills are equally impressive. In 2004, at Mr. Murray's direction, the practice brought in over $10,000,000.00 in Jury verdicts. Mr. Murray has the distinction of trying the case which yielded the largest single verdict received in Bryan County to date, one of the top ten highest verdicts in the state.

     
     
       
  Jonathan DeJesus  

Jonathan DeJesus
Originally from Campbell, Ohio, Mr. DeJesus joined the Army immediately after high school, and has been serving since. After completing active duty, Mr. DeJesus attended and graduated from Youngstown State University (summa cum laude) with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. He then attended the University of Cincinnati's School of Law on full scholarship and earned his juris doctor in November 2001.

After law school, Mr. DeJesus returned to the Army as a JAG attorney at Fort Stewart, where he deployed with the 3ID to Iraq in 2003. While on active duty, he obtained invaluable trial experience both as a trial counsel (prosecutor) and a defense counsel. Mr. DeJesus is currently a Major in the Army Reserves.

In additional to his knowledge of military law and regulations, his areas of focus include litigation, criminal law, family law, and juvenile law. Mr. DeJesus has also been a speaker at events in Richmond Hill for juvenile law and in recognition of Veterans. Mr. DeJesus is a member of the Richmond Hill Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7331 and the American Legion.