Jerry M. Blevins attended junior high school, high school, college and law school in Montgomery, Alabama, and has been a resident of the State of Alabama for the past thirty-eight (38) years.
After graduating from Robert E. Lee High School in 1984, Mr. Blevins served two (2) years in the United States Army as a cavalry scout, stationed in Bamberg, Germany. Upon receiving an Honorable Discharge from the military in 1986, Mr. Blevins enrolled at Auburn University at Montgomery, where he received a bachelors degree in criminal justice in 1990. While in college, Mr. Blevins worked full-time for the Department of Youth Services for the State of Alabama as a Youth Service Counselor, at the Mt. Meigs Campus in Mt. Meigs, Alabama. Mr. Blevins attended Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama, from 1990 to 1993. While in law school, Mr. Blevins worked full-time for the Department of Human Resources for the State of Alabama, as a Social Worker, in child support enforcement. Mr. Blevins became a licensed attorney, and opened his solo law practice, in April 1994, and has been in the private, solo practice of law ever since. Mr. Blevins served as the City Prosecutor for the City of Tuskegee, Alabama, from 2005 to 2007.
Mr. Blevins has had a varied and extremely successful law practice primarily because of his commitment to excellence and his determined desire to win. Mr. Blevins handles each and every case the way he would want his case handled if he were the client.
Mr. Blevins is married with two children.