Jill represents clients in all Minnesota state and federal criminal matters. She is widely respected and regarded as the go-to lawyer for high-profile clients accused of sexual misconduct. Her other high-profile representations include clients accused of a range of crimes from murder to racketeering.
Jill has been a criminal defense attorney for over 15 years. She has won dismissals and not-guilty verdicts on behalf of her clients in a wide variety of cases. She has tried over 40 cases to verdict and is one of the few criminal defense attorneys to be a Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association.
Jill has received some of the highest honors an attorney can win in Minnesota. In 2020, she was named an "Attorney of the Year" by Minnesota Lawyer. She has been named either a Super Lawyer or Rising Star by Super Lawyer Magazine every year since 2013. She has advocated for her clients in The New York Times, Washington Post, and virtually every other major news outlet.
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Jill Brisbois has dedicated her 15-year legal career to litigation, primarily in the area of criminal defense and is among 3% of attorneys in the state to be a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist. Minnesota Lawyer recently named Jill one of 2020's "Attorneys of the Year.." Minnesota Super Lawyers named Jill a "Rising Star" from 2013-17 and a "Super Lawyer" from 2018-2020.
Jill is also actively involved in the Minnesota legal community. Currently she is serving three-year terms on the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Rules of Criminal Procedure and the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL).
Jill's unique skills are utilized to assist clients in a wide range of practice areas, including:
Not only does Jill assist her own clients, she is regularly hired to co-counsel with or advise attorneys in other practice areas to ensure that every person is receiving the best legal guidance available. Through these partnerships Jill has represented people in dissolution, custody, real estate, personal injury, condemnation, evictions, and bankruptcy matters.
Jill started her career as a public defender in the Tenth Judicial District and transitioned into private practice. She will still collaborate with the public defender's office when her services are needed. Her representation of a people from a wide-range of backgrounds allows her to understand the broader challenges her client's face when assisting them with their legal issues and devise a global strategy to a case.