Since being admitted to the Florida Bar in 1999, Jonathan Rose has represented thousands of individuals accused of committing crimes. He has tried over 50 jury trials, defending sex crimes, attempted murder, drug trafficking, and firearms offenses.
Jonathan Rose has also secured successful resolutions and dismissals of innumerable state and federal cases through negotiation and filing and arguing pretrial motions. Additionally, he has handled post-conviction matters and appeals.
ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY, NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA (ORANGE & OSCEOLA COUNTIES)
Jonathan Rose served as a misdemeanor, juvenile, and felony prosecutor for three years, handling cases ranging from misdemeanor charges to sexual batteries and attempted murder. During this time, Mr. Rose tried over 40 jury trials, numerous non-jury trials, and argued innumerable pretrial motions. During his time as a prosecutor, he earned a reputation for being a skilled, aggressive, and fair criminal prosecutor.
CABANISS, SMITH, TOOLE & WIGGINS, P.A.
Mr. Rose represented the interests of major corporations in product liability and general liability lawsuits throughout Florida.
STUMP, STOREY, CALLAHAN, DIETRICH & SPEARS, P.A.
Mr. Rose represented the interests of a Fortune 500 corporation in state and federal litigation throughout Florida.
USMCUNITED STATES MARINE CORPS RESERVE
From 1991 through 1997, Mr. Rose served in Marine infantry and ANGLICO units. He was twice decorated and attained the rank of Sergeant.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW • Juris Doctor, 1999, cum laude
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY • Bachelor of Arts, 1995, magna cum laude • Major: Government • Minor: Criminology
• Florida Bar (www.floridabar.org) • United States District Court, Middle District of Florida (www.flmd.uscourts.gov) • United States District Court, Northern District of Florida (www.flnd.uscourts.gov) • United States District Court, Southern District of Florida (www.flsd.uscourts.gov) • United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit (www.ca11.uscourts.gov)
• National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (www.nacdl.org) • Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (www.facdl.org) • Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (www.cfacdl.com) • The George C. Young First Central Florida American Inn of Court (www.innsofcourt.org)
If you are charged with a crime, it is imperative that you contact legal counsel at once to determine what your rights are, as well as how you can maximize your legal position and minimize the effects of a criminal charge.
Until you have spoken with an attorney, exercise your constitutional rights and do not speak with police or other parties, even if promises are made to you about what you will receive in return for your cooperation.
Please be advised:
Hiring an attorney is an important decision, and should be made with care. Meet with an attorney in a consultation and make an informed decision about representation for criminal charges that could have far-reaching effects in your life.