Jasmine Crockett

Attorney Jasmine Crockett  is licensed to practice law in both the states of Arkansas and Texas.  Known for both her legal acumen and political prowess, Attorney Crockett has emerged as a regional leader in the legal community. She currently serves as the Region V Director of the National Bar Association, which covers the States of Texas, Arkansas, & Louisiana, is a former member of Leadership SBOT (State Bar of Texas), and has participated in countless Texas Young Lawyer Association projects through the Texarkana Affiliate, such as The “Vote America Project.”  She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, an international public service volunteer organization.  As a former candidate for District Attorney in Bowie County and the immediate past elected chair of the Democratic Party in Bowie County, Attorney Crockett is passionate about voter education, empowerment, and mobilization. 
Ms. Crockett believes in the power of the informed citizen, so she works tirelessly not only to educate all citizens about their voting rights, but their constitutional rights as well, especially as it relates to criminal accusations and the justice system.  The majority of Attorney Crockett’s day-to-day practice is criminal defense work, which is often paired with preserving her clients’ civil rights.  She worked, for example, to end the aimless criminal investigation of Mark and Cory Hughes after they were wrongfully linked to the Dallas Sniper attacks. She worked to secure the release of Jacqueline Craig, and she skillfully dispelled the cloud of criminal accusations being held over Ms. Craig and her teen daughters. In bringing her unique skills to Dallas, Attorney Crockett finds the most reward with bringing purpose to her passion of providing quality, competent, criminal defense representation to the indigent population.  Attorney Crockett's dedication to seeking social justice and equality is manifested through her personal and professional commitments. 

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