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Jonathon R. Alford
Jonathon R. Alford is an associate at Kibbey | Wagner who represents personal injury victims and defendants who are facing criminal charges in the state of Florida. He was born and raised right here on the Treasure Coast and has now chosen to dedicate his career to helping those in the community with their legal needs.
Mr. Alford attended Indian River State College, where he majored in Organization Business Management. After graduation, Mr. Alford attended Barry University School of Law in Orlando, where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree.
During law school, Mr. Alford interned for the State Attorney’s Office of the 19th Circuit in both the misdemeanor and felony divisions. He also gained experience in civil litigation while interning for the City of Orlando. During both of these internships, Mr. Alford gained invaluable legal experience that helped him become the successful lawyer that he is today.
Mr. Alford was eager to start his legal career after graduating from law school. He served as a prosecutor in the 19th Circuit for just under four years, in both Martin County and St. Lucie County. In this role, Mr. Alford received extensive training in the areas of DUI, advance DUI related to drugs, the Intoxilyzer 8000, domestic violence, and more.
His hard work as a prosecutor did not go unnoticed. He quickly earned the reputation of being an aggressive litigator who was not afraid to take challenging cases to trial. The entire legal community had their eyes on Mr. Alford–including the partners at Kibbey | Wagner.
At Kibbey | Wagner, Mr. Alford finally has the opportunity to connect with and help people in his community. Because of his background, clients know that Mr. Alford will always go the extra mile to reach the best possible outcome in their personal injury or criminal case.
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Charges
- Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Florida
- Juris Doctorate
- River State College
- Major: Organization Business Management
- State Attorney’s Office of the 19th Circuit, Intern
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