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Rupert Jones

 

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The Hon. Rupert Jones

Rupert Jones is the current Attorney General of Anguilla.

Early life and education

Rupert Jones studied Experimental Psychology at Oxford University.

Career

A British barrister, Jones spent the first five years of practice in criminal law, acting as counsel prosecuting and defending serious cases including attempted murder, drug trafficking, fraud and GBH. Over the past decade, he has had a civil practice specialising in the proceeds of crime, national security, indirect tax and civil recovery. He is a co-author of a legal text book on the proceeds of crime and has lectured in academic and professional institutions.

Jones formally took up his position as Attorney General of Anguilla on Monday, 11 August 2014, replacing James Wood QC.

Personal life

Jones is married to Charlotte and they have two children - Florence and Oscar. He is a practising Anglican.

Sources
http://www.gov.ai/elections/
http://theanguillian.com/2014/05/announcement-of-attorney-general-designate-for-anguilla/
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OCCUPATION: Lawyer
 
BIRTHPLACE: United Kingdom
 
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Attorney General of Anguilla: 11 Aug 2014 - present
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