Attorney Quinn Jolly Wiki, Age, Bio, Salary, Net Worth, Wife, Family

Quinn Jolly Biography – Quinn Jolly Wiki

Quinn Jolly is an American criminal defense attorney. He is a senior associate attorney with Brabazon Law Office, LLC. He joined the law firm in 2018 after a stint at the Office of the Public Defender, Maricopa County, Arizona and the Office of the Legal Defender, Maricopa County, Arizona.

A native of Northeastern Wisconsin, Quinn attended the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh and graduated in 1997. After earning a degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Law and Courts, Quinn attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. Attorney Jolly graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2000.

In 2001, Quinn joined the Office of the Public Defender, Maricopa County, Arizona. While there, Quinn represented clients charged with felonies, misdemeanors and probation violations.

In 2005, Quinn joined the Office of the Legal Defender, Maricopa County, Arizona. Quinn was responsible for defending clients charged with major felony offenses, including homicides. While working for the Legal Defender, Attorney Jolly ascended to the position of Capital Defense Attorney, where he represented clients facing the death penalty.

Wanting to be close to family and friends, Quinn moved back to Northeastern Wisconsin in 2017. Quinn joined Brabazon Law Office, LLC in 2018. The firm is a general practice firm with an emphasis on family, personal injury, business, estate planning and criminal law. Attorney Jolly focuses his practice on criminal cases. Quinn has extensive experience in criminal defense matters such as murder, battery, sexual assault, child abuse, OWI, kidnapping, disorderly conduct, domestic violence, drug offenses, traffic offenses, and computer crimes.

Quinn has taught continuing legal education courses to fellow attorneys and has appeared as a Moot Court Judge for Arizona State University Law School.

Attorney Quinn T. Jolly is Licensed to Practice in Wisconsin and Arizona.

Taylor Schabusiness Attorney Quinn Jolly

Taylor Schabusiness, the woman accused in a grisly killing and dismemberment case in Green Bay, attacked her attorney during a court hearing Tuesday morning, February 14, 2023.

It started with defense attorney Quinn Jolly asking the court for an extension to give an expert witness time to assess Schabusiness’ competency to stand trial. The judge agreed, and then pushed her trial back to May 15 from its original date of March 6. Schabusiness did not like that, and she apparently blamed her lawyer. She then attacked Jolly, and was wrestled to the ground by a deputy.