Jackie Johnson (Attorney) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Wiki Bio
Jackie Johnson is a former American District attorney and Human resource coordinator know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||48 Years|
|Place of Birth||Brunswick, Georgia USA|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Education||Irondale High School in New Brighton, Minneapolis, United States|
|Profession||American District attorney|
|Net Worth||$1 Million - $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Jackie Johnson is a former American District attorney and Human resource coordinator at Hennepin Country Attorney.
She has been dedicated to the attorney for more than 31 years. Recently in 2021, she is all over the news because she was accused of having connections and violating the order in the Ahmaud murder case.
Early Life and Family
Jackie must have been born between 1973-74 as she is currently 48 years old. At an early age, he showed interest in arguing and fighting for equal rights for all. Jackie completed her high school education at Irondale High School in New Brighton, Minneapolis, United States. She is yet to share details about her higher and further studies with the media. As for her alma, she earned a finance degree from the University of Georgia Law School.
Jackie Johnson Husband
Jackie Johnson in Not Married.There is no anty information is available on social media about her marital and relationship Status.
Jackie Johnson Net Worth
Jackie Johnson is a former American District attorney and Human resource coordinator at Hennepin Country Attorney who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.
In April 1990 Jackie Johnson was hired at Hennepin County Attorney’s Office over there she worked as a Human Resources Coordinator. She has been working there for more than 31 years and has tried cases in every country of the circuit.
Jackie worked on so many high-profile prosecutions which include former St. Marys Doctor, Noel Chua as well. The details about her exact work have not been shared with the media yet. She seems to be quite dedicated towards the County Attorney’s as she spent more than 31 years n the same. Along with that she does not seems much active on social media.
Jackie Johnson charged in Georgia was indicted Thursday on charges of violating her oath of office and obstructing a police officer in connection with an investigation into the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black jogger who was gunned down after three white men chased him in trucks.
Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit top prosecutor Jackie Johnson is accused of showing favor to one defendant in the killing, retired police officer Greg McMichael, 65, who had worked for her as an investigator.The grand jury indictment says Johnson recommended the appointment of another county’s prosecutor to handle the case without revealing that she had previously sought the assistance of that prosecutor in the Arbery investigation.
Johnson also is accused of improperly blocking the arrest of Travis McMichael, Greg’s son.The McMichaels had chased and shot Arbery, 25, in their truck on Feb. 23, 2020, in Brunswick.The attack was caught on film by a third man, William “Roddie” Bryan, who was driving behind them in another truck.
Travis McMichael shot Arbery three times with a shotgun.Johnson was the DA at the time of the killing. Although she disqualified herself from handling the case as a prosecutor, the grand jury indictment says she took several actions which ended up delaying the arrests of both McMichaels and Bryan.
The case against Johnson was presented to the grand jury in Glynn County by Attorney General Chris Carr.“Our office is committed to ensuring those who are entrusted to serve are carrying out their duties ethically and honestly,” Carr said in a prepared statement Thursday.
“We thank the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Glynn County Grand Jury for their hard work. While an indictment was returned today, our file is not closed, and we will continue to investigate in order to pursue justice,” he said.The McMichaels, who have claimed they thought Arbery was a burglar, ended up being charged with murder in May 2020 after a third prosecutor, the DA for Liberty County, took over the case. Bryan was charged with murder later that same month.