Thomas Jefferson Deen III is a criminal defense attorney in Mobile, Alabama. He handles matters such as white collar crimes, DUI/DWI, homicide, sex crimes, and drug crimes. He acquired a license to practice law in 1977.
He personally meets and counsels clients facing criminal charges. He encourages his clients to make smart decisions by connecting with them on a personal level.
He uses facts to derail the prosecution’s claims and weaves an accurate portrayal of his clients’ stories. His creative strategies have helped him secure many not guilty verdicts for numerous clients.
Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association has honored him with the Roderick Beddow Lifetime Award. The Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association felicitated him with the Roderick Beddow Lifetime Achievement Award.
T. Jefferson Deen is in practice for more than 35 years. He concentrates his practice in preserving the rights of people accused of criminal activity. He adopts a tactical approach to every case. He calls in expert witnesses to poke holes through the prosecution’s argument. He aggressively represents clients.
He has a track record of securing acquittals, dismissals and reduced charges for his clients. He has successfully secured several not guilty verdicts in cases involving murder, rape, and manslaughter. He also secured a judgment of acquittal for his client in a 2001 capital murder appeal.
He is a member of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Dixey Bar Association, the Alabama State Bar Association, the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He has co-founded the Mobile Criminal Lawyer Association.
He has secured admission to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the U.S. District Court for the Middle, the Northern, and the Southern District of Alabama.
He is a frequent speaker on criminal law topics at CLE seminars. He earned his law degree from the Samford University Cumberland School of Law in 1977. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Stetson University in 1974.
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