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400 East Walnut Street, Springfield, MO, USA
Areas of expertise: Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, DUI Law, Sexual Assault
21 years in practice
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About Jones & Musgrave

Kristin Jones and Brady Musgrave founded this firm on a commitment to set the standard for criminal defense in the Southwest Missouri area. When you need an experienced attorney to make sure your rights are protected, no one will fight more aggressively on your behalf than they will.

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jake sample

Back in 2004/2005, I got into some felony trouble in Springfield, and Brady Musgrave was appointed as my public defender, and to this day I have yet to see in real life, a lawyer that can put in work defending his client like Brady. In Saint Joe the town I'm from. The defense always waives the preliminary hearing, I now know they do that because of a corrupt system that Saint joe has. But Brady told me dude we're not waiving the preliminary hearing, and even though the witnesses showed up and pointed me out, he did quite the job on his cross examination. He made them look silly. I was facing up to a life sentence in total years,and Brady got me a deal for 7. I never got to tell you this Brady, but thanks man. You truly are one of the good ones. God bles.

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katherine fisher

Kristin jones was the GAL for my son for awhile! She is Dedicated to her clients & wants nothing but, the best for them! I struggled at times & Kristin helped me push through & helped me grow! I highly recommend her!! I couldn’t be more grateful for her!!

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Renee Holmes

I was assigned Mr. Musgrave as a public defender in 2004. He did everything he possibly could to get the outcome I got. He went back and forth with the district attorney until I was happy. I, personally, would retain him if I was ever in need of an attorney again.

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Melissa Heeney

Very very friendly and very helpful. I called up with a few questions a couple different times and talk to both and they both the time to help me with a few questions I iPad and they let me in the right direction for some more help.

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Angela Korte

Musgrave was really great, relaxed and easy going and a fighter. Wish I could hire him for other areas of law. Would definitely rehire!

Jones & Musgrave Locations

400 East Walnut Street, Springfield, MO, USA
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Jones & Musgrave Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Jones & Musgrave located?

Jones & Musgrave is located at 400 East Walnut Street, Springfield, MO, USA.

What are Jones & Musgrave areas of expertise?

Jones & Musgrave areas of expertise are: Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, DUI Law, Sexual Assault.

How many years is Jones & Musgrave in practice?

Jones & Musgrave is in practice for 21 years.

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