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Jeremy Coe is a fourth-generation East Texan. He graduated from Winnsboro High School in 1991, where he was selected as “Best All-Around Boy.” After being awarded a Presidential Scholarship, Jeremy went to further his education at Tyler Junior College. While there, Jeremy was elected President of Phi Theta Kappa, the national junior college honor society, and served as an Editor of the TJC Apache newspaper. He graduated magna cum laude from TJC in 1993 with an associate’s in journalism. Jeremy was also selected by USA Today newspaper in 1993 as one of 20 “Academic All-Americans” and was featured in USA Today. He was then selected as a Presidential Scholar at the University of Texas at Tyler, where he worked as an Editor of the UT Tyler Patriot newspaper and won awards in regional Moot Court competitions. Jeremy graduated magna cum laude from UT Tyler in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, which he speaks, reads, and writes with fluency.
Jeremy studied law at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where he participated in Mock Trial and Moot Court competitions. He also took courses in Mexican law in Spanish at a law school in Guanajuato, Mexico. Jeremy graduated from Texas Tech School of Law in 1998.
Upon graduation from law school, United States District Judge William M. Steger selected Jeremy in 1998 as a briefing attorney or “law clerk,” where he learned courtroom procedure, legal research, and observed some of the best trial attorneys in East Texas. Seeing great trial lawyers inspired Jeremy to seek a position with a plaintiff’s personal injury firm, and he went to work in 2000 for the Law Office of Stephen Woodfin in Kilgore, Texas. Mr. Woodfin specialized in insurance law issues and has certified numerous class action cases against insurance companies valued in the tens of millions of dollars. While working for Mr. Woodfin, Jeremy gained jury trial experience and learned personal injury and insurance law while helping plaintiffs recover damages from injuries due to automobile accidents and premises liability.
In 2003, Jeremy started his own practice in Longview, Texas. He moved his office to Henderson, Texas in 2005, where he continues to practice with a primary emphasis on a trial practice including personal injury, family law, and criminal cases. In 2009, Jeremy was selected by readers of the Longview News-Journal as “Best Attorney in East Texas.” In 2010, Jeremy expanded his firm to Tyler, Texas, and hired an associate attorney, Charity Mireles.
Jeremy founded Daybreak Church in 2001 with his wife, Eve. Daybreak is a non-denominational ministry with a special emphasis on evangelism and “street ministry.” A black belt in taekwondo, Jeremy enjoys teaching martial arts to children. He is also active in jail and halfway house ministry.
Jeremy and Eve live in Henderson, Texas with their two children, Jeremy Daniel and Raquel. Jeremy and Eve have four children in all and two beautiful grandbabies.
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