Jenna Brown | Attorney at Law
About Jenna Brown Attorney at Law
Jenna Brown, is a 17 year career prosecutor that specialized in violent felonies, firearm charges, DUI charges, property crimes, domestic violence, and miscellaneous misdemeanor charges. Jenna is highly experienced in juvenile crimes as well. Jenna is known as a leading domestic violence prosecutor in the state of Oklahoma.
Jenna has worked over 7,000 court cases and has a win rate of 93% in front of a jury or as a bench trial. Jenna has served as prosecutor in Canadian and Jackson County, Oklahoma and Orange County, Florida.
Jenna was awarded the 2015 Oklahoma Bar Association Criminal Law Section Professional Advocate of the Year (Prosecutor of the Year).
Jenna serves on the Board of Directors for the Intervention and Crisis Advocacy Network for Grady and Canadian Counties in Oklahoma and has served as the Co-Chairperson of the Canadian County Coordinated Response Team.
Jenna's legal education includes:
Trial Advocacy I Training with the National College of District Attorneys, Columbia, SC.
Juvenile Prosecutor Training, Oklahoma City, OK.
Joint Investigations for Multi Disciplinary Agencies, Altus, Oklahoma.
Domestic Violence Prosecution, Cocoa Beach, Florida.
National Institute for the Prosecution of Domestic Violence, Dallas, Texas.
Assistant State Attorney Training, Orlando, Florida.
DUI Prosecution Training, Ocala, Florida.
Cognitive Graphic Interviewing, Lawton, Oklahoma.
Coordinated Community Response Team Development, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Jenna is a 2002 graduate from Oklahoma City University School of Law, winning the CALI Awards for Insurance and Water Law. Jenna was on the Faculty Honor Roll. After receiving her Juris Doctor and passing the bar exam, she began working in the Jackson County District Attorney's Office as an Assistant District Attorney.
Prior to graduating from Law School, Jenna worked as a Department of Human Services Child Welfare Worker for eight years.
Jenna Brown graduated from Central State University with a BA in Psychology in 1989, and from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2002. She has been admitted to practice in Oklahoma, Florida, and before the Western District of Oklahoma.
Prior to making the decision to go to law school, Jenna worked as a Child Welfare Investigator for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. It was while observing the juvenile proceedings as a worker that she developed an interest in law. She continued her employment with DHS while she attended law school at night and raised her son in a single parent home.
Following her graduation from law school, she accepted a position as an Assistant District Attorney in Jackson County, Oklahoma. She went on to be a prosecutor for sixteen years, the last ten of those being in Canadian County, Oklahoma. She has prosecuted a multitude of crimes, but has spent a great amount of time focused on domestic violence and sex crimes.
Jenna is currently a part-time prosecutor and is a contracted attorney for a local juvenile authority.