Attorney Jennifer Collins Mostert Uses Extensive Experience, Knowledge To Represent Her Clients

By  //  February 17, 2017

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After graduating from Stetson University College of Law, Jennifer Collins Mostert moved to Brevard County and began her law career as a prosecutor at the Office of the State Attorney in 1996.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – After graduating from Stetson University College of Law, Jennifer Collins Mostert moved to Brevard County and began her law career as a prosecutor at the Office of the State Attorney in 1996.

First assigned as a trial attorney in the misdemeanor division, she handled all types of cases, including domestic violence and DUI cases.

Mostert moved up the ranks through various felony divisions, where she honed her trial skills handling more complex and challenging criminal cases.

Through various promotions, she worked in the felony intake unit, sex crimes and child abuse unit, as well as the gun crimes unit. Mostert was promoted to felony division chief where she handled homicide prosecutions, and was responsible for supervising junior attorneys.

She has worked closely with local agencies including the various police departments, advocacy groups, and the Florida Department of Children and Families.

She now utilizes that knowledge and experience to represent clients as they navigate the family court, dependency court, criminal court and federal court systems.

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“We are committed to providing creative and zealous representations, with only our clients’ best interests in mind, and promise to make every effort to obtain the best result possible,” said Mostert.

Mostert and husband Scott, a lieutenant with the Melbourne Police Department, and a lifelong Brevard County resident, live in the Suntree area. The two met nearly 20 years ago as they began their careers, and have remained steadfast in supporting each other. The couple have two daughters, 15- and 12 years-old.

“While it can sometimes be a challenge juggling a law practice, two children, and a husband who works the evening shift, I love keeping busy and would not trade my life with anyone,” said Mostert.

The office of Jennifer Collins Mostert is located at 3720 Suntree Blvd., Ste 109 in Melbourne. To learn more, log on to JCMostertLaw.com or call 321-622-5597.


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