Jay Granberry is one of the Partners of Gray, Granberry, & Jones, Attorneys at Law with a primary office location in Bryan Texas. Jay is a graduate of Texas Tech University and Baylor University School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate. He has many years of legal practice in both a private law practice setting as well as an Assistant District Attorney in Potter and Brazos Counties. Jay Granberry has been designated by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization as a Specialist in Criminal Law, recognizing an advanced level of expertise in the area of criminal law.
After his years of working as a state prosecutor, Jay Granberry has brought his experience in over 100 jury trials to the Law Firm of Gray, Granberry, & Jones as a criminal defense lawyer. He knows what it takes to prosecute – and now defend – criminal charges in Bryan and College Station TX that have been made against an individual; he uses this level of expertise for the benefit of his clients to help defend their rights when facing government accusations of wrongdoing.
Jay Granberry is recognized as a tireless and dynamic criminal defense lawyer who is always available to help his clients. In addition to local venues, Jay has been admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of Texas and is prepared to walk with his clients as their representative through the criminal justice system.
Baylor University School of Law, Waco TX
Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX BS – International Economics
Texas – 1993
Supreme Court of Texas
Criminal Law – Texas Board of Legal Specialization
President – Brazos County Bar Association Current
Judge – City of Bryan Teen Court 2009 – 2011
Director – MSC-OPAS Current
Director – Bryan Rotary Club 2009 – 2011
Instructor – Blinn College, Business Law 2001 – 2010
Member – BCS Junior League Community Advisory Board 2008 – 2010
Member – City of Bryan Community Development Advisory Board 2009 – 2010
Partner – Gray, Granberry, & Jones, Attorneys at Law 2007 – Present
Assistant District Attorney – Brazos County District Attorney’s Office 2001 – 2007
Assistant County Attorney – Potter County Attorney’s Office 1998 – 2000
Attorney – Private Practice 1997 – 1998
Bryan City Attorney’s Office 1994 – 1996
Staff Assistant – Office of U.S. Senator Phil Gramm 1989 – 1990