Jonathan W. Trapp is an Associate Attorney in The Law Offices of James D. Williams, Jr., where his practice focuses on criminal defense as well as traffic matters. Jonathan has represented clients in Federal Court in the Eastern and Middle District as well as multiple counties throughout the State of North Carolina. Furthermore, Mr. Trapp currently serves on the board for the Durham County Bar Association, where he heads the Public Outreach Committee and is a member of the George White Bar Association.
Born and raised in Alexandria, V.A., Jonathan presently resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Trapp worked as a teacher, and also served as an athletics coach for five years coaching football, basketball, and track on varsity levels. He taught U.S. History, World History, Western Civilization as well as First and Second level Spanish.
During law school, Jonathan worked as a Webster Legal Scholar for Professor James McLaughlin, and participated in the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition where he received honors for best brief. Correspondingly, he interned with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Jonathan is married, has four children, and is an active member of Celebration Church.
North Carolina, 2010
United States District Court Eastern District of North Carolina, 2011
United States District Court Middle District of North Carolina, 2014
The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University
Juris Doctorate, 2010
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science and Latin American Studies, 2003
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