Elect Cassandra Jones
Equal Access. Equal Protection.
Since 2002, Cassandra Jones set out to protect individuals who couldn’t protect themselves, regardless of their age, race, gender, or disability. As an accomplished elder law and estate planning attorney, Cassandra has worked tirelessly to represent her clients and ensure they received the best outcome for their situation. Before opening her practice in 2011, she served as the staff attorney for the Ninth Judicial District Court, in Douglas County, NV. As staff attorney, she was responsible for helping to found the Special Advocates for the Elderly (SAFE) and assisted in all criminal matters in the Court.
A native Nevadan, Cassandra is an elected board member in Town of Gardnerville and serves on the Austin’s House Board. She is a member of Nevada Commission on Judicial Ethics, National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, and Past President of the Douglas County Bar Association. She recently won Best of Carson Valley (2016 and 2017), and the coveted Spotlight Award from the Douglas County Business Council (2017) for her work in both the public and private sectors. Her entire career has been about giving back to her community.
Cassandra is now looking to serve as your Justice of the Peace where she will work to ensure that every person has equal access to and equal protection under the law.
A Message from Cassandra Jones
I believe that every person is entitled to the fundamental value of equal justice regardless of age, race, gender, or disability. I have spent my career protecting those who cannot protect themselves: domestic battery victims, children, the elderly, and disabled adults. As Justice of the Peace, I will continue to hold myself to our Court’s highest ideal: that justice should be the same for everyone.
As Justice of the Peace, I will ensure that every person has equal access to, and equal protection of, the law by:
- Ensuring clear, consistent consequences for criminals!
- Making Court forms readily available in print and online
- Encouraging the use of victim advocates: domestic violence advocates, Court Appointed Special
- Advocates (CASA), and Special Advocates for the Elderly (SAFE)
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