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Attorney Williams is a passionate and fearless advocate for her clients in civil, criminal, and traffic matters. She has handled hundreds of hearings and trials, including jury and bench trials.
Cases handled include allegations of NO PERMIT, DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED REGISTRATION/TAGS, SOLICITATION OF PROSTITUTES, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL, THREATS, ASSAULT ON A POLICE OFFICER, SIMPLE ASSAULT, BURGLARY, ROBBERY, THEFT, FRAUD, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, POSSESSION OF A DEADLY WEAPON, ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON, GUN POSSESSION, DRUG POSSESSION, POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, WARRANTS, FAILURE TO APPEAR, BAIL REFORM ACT (BRA), CONSPIRACY, PROSTITUTION, KIDNAPPING, AND MOST OTHERS.
CIVIL CASES handed include Assault and Battery, Contract Disputes, Abuse of Process, Malicious Prosecution, Employment Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Administrative Hearings, and any University Suspensions and Grievances.
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A native of Oakland, California, Mrs. Williams is the principal attorney at the Law Offices of Jacqueline Williams in Washington, D.C. Her primary practice areas are Criminal and Civil Litigation. After receiving her B.S. in Criminal Justice at Grambling State University in 1997, Mrs. Williams began her legal career as a Juvenile Corrections Officer in Atlanta, Georgia where she served as Lead Officer in the largest facility for juveniles in the State of Georgia. Inspired by the young people she encountered at the juvenile jail, she resigned her post to attend law school at the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In law school, she served as the junior class representative, she worked as a member of the law school recruitment team, and served as staff writer on the law review. As a staff member on the law review, her casenote on the incarceration of African American mothers due to fetal abuse, was selected for pub