Jonathan “Jono” Streit
Jono has been practicing law since 2004. He is an experienced litigator with an impressive breadth of knowledge and experience—not to mention his lexicon of twenty-five cent words. His clients love him because he is strategic, meticulous, assertive, and entirely entertaining. Plus, his ability to smack your opponent around the courtroom is pure perfection.
Although his reputation in Court precedes him, a little lesser-known fact about Jono is that he moonlights as a home chef and bartender at Château de la Streit. A foodie at heart, Jono knows the best places to eat (or drink) and although he does not claim the title, he is a food and cocktail snob if there ever was one.
2004, J.D., University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville, Arkansas
2001, B.A., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Perez v. State, 2016 Ark. App. 54 (2016) – Reversal of a criminal conviction based on an evidentiary dispute.
Ferguson v. State, 2016 Ark. 319 (2016) – Reversal of a criminal conviction after the circuit judge failed to rescue from the proceeding.
Borah v. Arkansas Department of Human Services, 2020 Ark. App. 491 (2020) – Reversal of an order terminating parental rights where a relative was not considered for placement as a less restrictive alternative to termination.
Frazier v. Office of Child Support Enforcement, 2021 Ark. App. 65 (2021) – Reversal of an award of 18 years’ retroactive child support judgment totaling nearly $180,000.