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Jeremy grew up in St. Charles County and graduated from Francis Howell North. Immediately out of high school Jeremy attended St. Charles Community College where he began course study in Criminal Justice and thereafter attended and graduated from the Jefferson College Police Academy. After graduation, Jeremy was a patrol officer and detective for a local police department for 11 years.

As a police officer Jeremy was trained extensively regarding the recognition of impaired drivers, conducting standardized field sobriety tests, and the operation of multiple breathalyzer machines. During his career, Jeremy worked alongside both State and Municipal prosecutors to bring cases to a successful resolution. Jeremy was certified in operating a voice stress analysis machine (similar to a lie detector), he has successfully completed training related to search and seizure, interview and interrogation skills to include Miranda, was a certified first responder/investigator for Methamphetamine Laboratories at a time when the County he worked in led the nation in Methamphetamine arrests and was a Field Training Officer. This experience affords Jeremy a unique perspective in that he understands how the judicial system operates from both sides. Jeremy has been directly involved in Jury and Bench trials and has testified in cases ranging from Murder to the simplest traffic offense.

Jeremy has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Lindenwood University, a Master's in Business Administration from Lindenwood University, and a Juris Doctorate from St. Louis University School of Law.

Prior to Carter Law, Jeremy practiced Insurance and Corporate Defense.

Outside of work, Jeremy is an avid St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues, and Kansas City Chiefs fan. When not working, he is usually attending one of his two children's sporting events. He lives in west St. Louis County with his wife, Marjie, and their two children.
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