In December 1986, Frank R. Jones began his career as a prosecutor in the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office. In less than two years, Mr. Jones was elevated to the Felony Trial Division, where he handled murder cases, violent crimes, (e.g. robberies, major assaults) and narcotics violations. While in the Felony Trial Division, Mr. Jones tried to verdict more jury trials than any other prosecutor and won the Division Chief’s Award.
By October 1989, Frank R. Jones was recruited by the Charles County State’s Attorney’s Office and was appointed to Deputy State’s Attorney. Mr. Jones was tasked with prosecuting major felony cases. Mr. Jones successfully prosecuted complex criminal cases including organized crime, outlaw motorcycle gangs, as well as obtaining convictions in over forty homicide cases.
Frank R. Jones entered private practice in January of 1998, with Sasscer, Clagett and Bucher. He became a partner in 2001. Mr. Jones has extensive trial and litigation experience with a wide range of civil cases. Mr. Jones is a member of the Million Dollar Advocate Forum, which is for lawyers who have successfully obtained million dollar verdicts or settlements. Mr. Jones has resolved and litigated multiple million dollar cases for his clients, including, more recently, a $2.5 million Wrongful Death/Survival Action..
In the criminal area, he’s an experienced defender of those accused of minor misdemeanors to major felonies, including homicide.
Frank R. Jones is known by his colleagues as a sharp and gifted cross-examiner. He litigates a considerable number of plaintiffs’ cases that are referred from other attorneys, due to his experience in complex litigation. Mr. Jones has served on the Board of Directors for the Charles County Bar Association and is a past President of the Charles County Bar Association.
Our normal office hours are Monday through Friday are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Holidays: The Office is closed on Martin Luther King’s Birthday, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans’ Day, Christmas and New Year’s Day. The office may also be closed on other selected holidays.