University of Oklahoma, University of Texas 1959-1963, LLB University of Oklahoma 1966.
For more than fifty years, Stephen Jones has been involved in the defense of several “high profile” cases including tax fraud, alleged acts of terrorism, and two major bombing cases, of which the most notable is his appointment to the defense of Timothy James McVeigh in bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Additionally, he has represented retired and former employees of the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency, and the National Security Council staff. He was also involved in consulting work with various targets, defendants, or persons of interest to the Federal Government for alleged acts of terrorism in the Philippines, the Far East, and those connected with the attacks on September 11, 2001. Similarly, he has represented individuals accused of disloyalty to the United States and/or the unauthorized disclosure of confidential government information or classified government information.
Stephen Jones has a strong working, academic, professional and experience-based knowledge of cases involving allegations of terrorism, domestic subversion, espionage, electronic surveillance of all forms, including wiretapping, computer searches, “roving” wiretaps of cell phones and computer surveillance.
Stephen Jones also has experience in matters relating to the defense against extradition to the United States. He has negotiated the successful transfer of his clients who are foreign nationals to serve prison sentences in the country of their nationality but imposed in the United States of America. He has also been involved in the defense of high profile drug manufacturing and drug trafficking cases, as well as conspiracy cases and allegations of money laundering.
Stephen Jones has also been very active in politics. He served as Richard M. Nixon’s personal research assistant at Mr. Nixon’s office in 1964 after Mr. Nixon had been defeated for President in 1960 and defeated for Governor of California in 1962. He represented Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s political interests in Oklahoma and worked on Governor Rockefeller’s 1964 and 1968 national campaigns for the presidency. Stephen Jones was a legislative assistant to Congressman (former Secretary of Defense) Donald Rumsfeld, and later special assistant to United States Senator, Charles Percy. He also served as administrative assistant to Congressman Paul Findley of Illinois and has represented three of the Republican Governors of Oklahoma and Mr. Jones who was the Republican Party nominee for Attorney General in Oklahoma 1974 and for the United States Senate in 1990.
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