After law school, Jacqueline Kriebel was employed as an associate attorney with the prestigious law firm of Martin & Drought, P.C. in San Antonio, Texas. Jacqueline was afforded the opportunity as a new attorney to manage $50+ million dollar investment fraud cases, representing German-Mexican investors against large corporations in Harris and Montgomery County. Under the tutelage of the President of the firm Jerry Drought, Jacqueline learned the motto of which she stands by today "always aggressively advocate for the client."
Jacqueline has a history of advocating for and counseling individuals in times of crisis and stress. Before practicing law, Jacqueline was a 9th grade World Geography teacher at Warren High School in San Antonio, Texas, where she had the opportunity to teach and counsel troubled juveniles. Jacqueline also counseled abused women at a battered women's shelter for four years and was a mental health caseworker.
Due to her employment and personal experiences, Jacqueline knows the ins and outs of the legal and social systems of Bexar County, Texas. She will aggressively and compassionately help you and your family during the difficult times of your life.
Jacqueline has an impeccable trial record of obtaining acquittals in both misdemeanor and felony criminal defense cases. To name a few of Jacqueline's accomplishments, she tried the first strangulation case in Bexar County with great success. After a 3 day trial and an aggressive cross-examination of a police officer, Jacqueline secured a "not guilty" verdict in under 10 minutes on a DWI. Jacqueline has tried and won every assault case and juvenile case she's ever tried before a jury. To put it simply, Jacqueline gets it done.
Jacqueline Kriebel was born and raised in Hawthorn, Pennsylvania. She has been a resident of Bexar County, Texas since 1999. She is a single mother of two children. Aside from enjoying time with her children, Jacqueline's hobbies include running, mountain biking, reading and walking her dogs Sammy and Ryann.