Jeff is the founder of Dobson Law. He grew up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest until he graduated high school and enlisted in the military. Jeff continued to serve, including multiple deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, and other locations until he retired. Jeff spent the vast majority of his career stationed at Fort Bragg assigned to US Army Special Operations Command.
Jeff earned his law degree from Campbell Law School, which is consistently ranked as one of the best schools in the nation for trial advocacy and litigation. During Jeff’s tenure at Campbell, Jeff worked at Scotland County Public Defender’s Office, Lee County and Wake County District Attorney’s office, and with State Senator Tom McInnis. Jeff also clerked at Cheshire Parker working state and federal cases centered around murder, organized crime, drug trafficking, and other felonious charges.
In April of 2020, Jeff filed suit against the Wake County Sheriff’s Office, when the Sheriff began infringing on the constitutional rights of Wake County Citizens. After arguments were heard, Jeff won a temporary injunction for his client, preventing the Sheriff from further infringing on the citizen’s rights and ensuring the Sheriff continued his statutory obligations and other certain duties.
Jeff is a licensed attorney in North Carolina and focuses on criminal defense, family law, and law enforcement liability. Jeff is also licensed to practice in the Western and Eastern Federal Districts in North Carolina.