Former prosecutor Jordan B. Rickards has handled over 3,000 cases in his twelve year career, mostly in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, and family law.
Before starting his own practice, Mr. Rickards worked for the Office of the Attorney General of New Jersey, the Superior Court of New Jersey, the United States District Court, and as an assistant prosecutor for the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. He graduated magna cum laude from Liberty University (B.S. History, 2001), and after scoring in the 95th percentile on his graduate boards, he accepted a $48,000 scholarship to the prestigious Washington and Lee University School of Law, from which he graduated with honors in 2004.
Mr. Rickards is a member of Mensa and the Heritage Foundation, he is the Ethics Board Attorney for the Township of Old Bridge, and he was awarded the public defender contracts in East Brunswick and South River. Additionally, he is an adjunct professor of 20th Century World History at Middlesex County College, he serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Academy for Urban Leadership in Perth Amboy, and he has performed volunteer work for Central Jersey Legal Services. He is actively involved in politics, having been nominated by the North Brunswick Republican Organization to serve on the Township Council in 2009, by the Middlesex County Republican Organization to serve on the Board of Chosen Freeholders twice, and by the Middlesex and Somerset County Republican Organizations to serve in the state senate. He has been interviewed by the Home News, the Star-Ledger, the Old Bridge Sentinel and the North Brunswick Sentinel, and was twice endorsed by the Home News for the position of Freeholder in 2010 and 2013. He has also been a featured guest columnist for the Star Ledger.
The law firm is located in Milltown, New Jersey, which is near New Brunswick, all major Central Jersey highways. The firm offers phone consultations, accepts major credit cards, and will arrange payment plans on a case-by-case basis.
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