Jeremiah D. Williams, a native of the small west Texas town of Sterling City, is a Texas trial lawyer. Mr. Williams is a former Williamson County Prosecutor with extensive trial experience in criminal, family, and personal injury law.
Mr. Williams' criminal practice has ranged from defending Aryan Brotherhood members charged with attempted murder, negotiating with federal and state attorneys in white collar fraud and international national security cases, to defending ordinary citizens accused of DWI - be it first time misdemeanor to eight-time felony, no case is too big or too small. He excells in superior results for his clients, as he sees the person who is accused as a person just like himself - not a case, not a fee, not a criminal. Mr. Williams strongly believes that anytime the government is against you, you need an aggressive, experienced trial attorney.
Mr. Williams regularly represents individuals in child custody, divorce, and child support cases, as well as represents children as an appointed attorney by the courts. He is an exceptionally skilled attorney when it comes Child Protective Services, in facing the government head on either in or out of the courtroom. Mr. Williams has dealt with CPS the entirity of his law career. His law firm's philosophy on divorce and child custody is directed by his core Christian beliefs.
Mr. Williams also represents those who are injured, such as victims of negligent drivers. His staff includes assistants with extensive experience and knowledge in handling personal injury cases and negotiating with insurance companies.
He is licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas and the United States Court for the Western District of Texas, regularly appearing in the courts of Georgetown and Austin, (Williamson and Travis Counties), as well as Hays, Burnet and Bastrop Counties and the Third Court of Appeals in Austin. Mr. Williams frequently represents clients across Texas - including Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Del Rio, and even back home in the San Angelo area.
Before becoming a prosecutor, Mr. Williams worked in West Texas for individuals who were victims of personal injury, including medical malpractice, automobile accidents, and workplace injury.
Mr. Williams is a graduate of Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University School of Law. At Tech Law, he served as Chairman of the Board of Barristers and was voted "Most Likely to Appear on a Cover of Phone Book" by his fellow peers - an accolade that he is still not sure what to make of.
Mr. Williams is married and has two children, leading his family as a followers of Jesus Christ. He and his wife are members of Hill Country Bible Church - Northwest, where he serves in the children's preschool music ministry and the Hope Ministry.
Being an advid outdoorsman, he calls fishing for reds and specs on the Texas Coast with his wife and kids the closest thing to heaven on earth.
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
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I endorse this lawyer. I have known Jeremiah Williams for over 15 years. During that time Jeremiah has served in numerous leadership roles for local charities and for our local bar association. I have always been impressed by his generosity and willingness to help others.
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2001||11/19/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 100 Trial Lawyers||National Trial Lawyers||2014|
|Vice President||Williamson County Bar Association||2014|
|Order of Barristers||Texas Tech University School of Law||2001|
|Partner||Sablatura Williams PLLC||2005 - 2011|
|Solo Practioner||Law Offices of Jeremiah D. Williams||2003 - 2005|
|Assistant County Attorney||Williamson County Attorney's Office||2001 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Williamson County Bar Association||Vice President||N/A|
|State Bar of Texas||N/A||2001 - 2012|
|Driving While Intoxicated - Williamson County||DWI dismissed|
|Divorce - Williamson County||Divorce benefiting & profiting client's children|
|Car Accident Recovery||Maximum recovery of insurance proceeds for client|
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|Texas Tech University School of Law||N/A||JD||2001|
|Texas A&M University||Agricultural Economics||BS||1998|