Jason Goss attended St. Mary's School of Law, where he graduated in 2009 in the top 5% of his class and was awarded Manga Cum Laude honors. After graduating, Goss began practicing law here in San Antonio as a prosecutor for the Bexar County District Attorney's Office. He served nine-years as a prosecutor, giving him an extensive background and experience with high-profile cases.
Goss became the Felony Court Chief after just 5 years, among the quickest to reach such a position in Bexar County history. His drive, work ethic, and selflessness are qualities that rank him among the best attorneys in San Antonio.
As a prosecutor, Goss was responsible for the reindictment of Genene Jone, known as the "Angel of Death", a San Antonio pediatric nurse who killed 60 babies at the then Bexar County Hospital (now University Hospital of San Antonio) from 1980-1982. He also served as the lead prosecutor in the capital murder case of Taymor "Tay-K 47" McIntyre.
Like fellow LaHood Norton lawyer Patrick Ballantyne, Jason is also certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As a Board-Certified Specialist in Criminal law, he has achieved what less than 1% of all Criminal lawyers in Texas have achieved; this represents his dedication to the practice of Criminal Law.
Jason has given back to the local community by serving as a case manager for people with HIV/AIDS. He offered legal assistance between persons affected by HIV/AIDS and Safe Harbor, a community-based program that helps parents with supervised child visitation and custody exchanges.
In his personal time, Jason enjoys traveling to different states and countries, bowling, and partaking in a fantasy football league.
Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
St. Mary's School of Law | Juris Doctorate