After graduating from Tuskegee University, serving eight (8) years in the Army as a Field Artillery officer with two combat tours to Iraq, and completing law school, DaSean Jones as a fledgling attorney working at a non-profit assisting men and women from Mexico, Honduras, and El Salavdor with immigration issues. This experience presented an intimate view of the immigration process. Concurrently, he started handling criminal defense matters, often dealing with men and women with immigration consequences. During this time, he engaged in asylum trials, detention hearings, and criminal cases dealing with Padilla issues.
Over time, Mr. Jones assisted many people with criminal matters and adopted a mantra to either receive a fair plea deal or set a case for trial, with the client's permission. In addition, he presented many cases to the grand jury that were No Billed. In addition he interviewed and prepped witnesses for various matters to uncover the truth. Luckily, this experience allowed him to try cases to a jury or judge.
After some time, Mr. Jones started to grow frustrated with some issues he saw with the criminal justice system and started handling more civil cases that consisted of employment, personal injury, and deceptive trade practice matters. In these cases, he gained experience with various hearings and tried both jury and bench trials. As a result, Mr. Jones successfully sued multiple corporations for violating civil and legal rights of individuals.
In a matter a few years, Mr. Jones acquired a reputation for being calculated and devoted. Mr. Jones is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers' Association, Texas Employment Lawyers' Association, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association, and the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Additionally, Mr. Jones is a member of several bar associations directly representative of the sort of cases he handles. He is also a board member of the Houston Chapter of the National Employment Law Association and the J.B. Rhodes Prostate Cancer Foundation.