Meet Attorney Jeff Mulliner
Jeff Mulliner spent nearly a decade working in the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office in San Antonio, Texas. During his tenure at the DA’s office, he quickly became a chief district court prosecutor in the trial division, where he served as the first-chair attorney in dozens of the most high-profile and serious criminal cases to go before a jury. Jeff has successfully tried more than 120 cases before a jury and along the way, developed a reputation for fairness.
Since leaving the DA’s office in 2002, Jeff has vigorously represented the citizen accused – with as much or more zeal than he previously felt as a prosecutor. He holds an impressive record of jury acquittals, dismissals, reductions, pre-trial diversions, deferred adjudications, and probations obtained for clients who could only hope for such results at the time of their arrest. He has defended clients in every criminal law area – from kidnapping to DWI, burglary to aggravated sexual assault of a child, murder to possession of child pornography.
Licensed to practice in all state and federal Courts in Texas, Jeff is one of only 32 attorneys selected by a classification committee overseen by the San Antonio Division Federal Courts to receive “complex” cases, denoting his experience in complex and multi-defendant criminal cases. He is an executive officer for the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association (SACDLA) and a sitting member of the Bexar County Bail Bond Board.
Jeff is a 1989 graduate of Baylor University with a BBA double major in marketing and real estate. He then attended St. Mary’s University Law School and graduated in 1993.
During his second and third year of law school, Jeff worked as an intern in the appellate section of the Bexar County District Attorney’s office. As a student, he earned a temporary bar card licensing him to practice law while still in law school under the supervision of an experienced attorney. During this time, Jeff was fortunate to write, file, and orally argue eight times to the Fourth Court of Appeals.
- Licensed in the state of Texas to practice law in all courts in the state of Texas
- Licensed by the Supreme Court to practice law in all of the courts in the United States of America (January 1997)
- Licensed to practice in the United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit (October 1994
- Licensed in the United States Western District of Texas (October 1994)
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas (November 1994)
- US Dist. Court Northern District of Texas (December 1994)
- US District Court Southern District of Texas (June 2003)