Jonathan Hupp is dedicated to his clients and possesses years of valuable legal experience. He has tried numerous jury trials to verdict, and obtained acquittals for his clients in a number of difficult or high stakes cases. Jonathan has also represented clients before various administrative bodies in the defense of their professional license or certification. He has also represented clients in grand jury proceedings, and in a variety of white-collar defense cases.
Jonathan obtained his Bachelor's of Arts degree in Political Science and History from Rutgers University in 2006. He graduated with high honors (equivalent to magna cum laude), and was also a successful college athlete. He obtained a scholarship to swim for Rutgers University, and served as captain of the swimming team in his last year at Rutgers. He also was a Big East Conference finalist on multiple occasions, and competed in the U.S. National Championships on behalf of Rutgers University.
Jonathan graduated from the George Mason University School of Law, cum laude, in 2009. During law school, he was asked to join the George Mason Law Review, and was on the editorial board as a research editor during his last year of law school. Jonathan also served as a writing fellow, where he taught legal writing to first-year students.
Jonathan worked for civil law firms in the valley until 2011, when he started to focus his practice on criminal defense. That year, he joined The Law Offices of Alex Lane, PLC, as an associate. In 2014, he joined one of the largest criminal defense law firms in the State. In 2017, he partnered with Alex Lane and Kevin Crowley to form Lane, Hupp, & Crowley, PLC.