Background and Experience
Jason Billam has dedicated his career to defending clients charged with the most serious and complex crimes for over 15 years. Mr. Billam has represented countless high-profile clients including two notable Capital Murder cases: State of Kansas v. John E. Robinson (profiled in Time Magazine) and State of Kansas v. Darrell Stallings. Mr. Billam began his legal career at Watson & Dameron, LLP learning a broad base of the law including civil, plaintiff's litigation, immigration, and criminal defense. Deciding to hone his skills as a criminal defense trial attorney, he joined the Johnson County Public Defender's Office in 2003 to expand his felony trial experience. Mr. Billam handled diverse felony cases including crimes of violence, white collar, DUI, domestic violence and theft.
In 2005, he joined with Courtney Henderson to co-found Billam & Henderson, LLC, a law firm devoted to advocating for people accused of crimes. Since 2005, Mr. Billam has advocated on behalf of hundreds of clients ranging from disorderly conduct to first degree murder. Mr. Billam has gained invaluable experience handling DUI and traffic matters in the city municipal courts in both Kansas and Missouri which he uses to benefit his new clients. Mr. Billam has assisted the Lawrence Police Department in its Academy mock trial exercise on trial preparation and testimony and he remains a trusted pro tem judge by many 10th Judicial District Court Judges.
Mr. Billam is the Technology Chair on the Board of Directors for the Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. He was a Super Lawyer's Rising Star from 2010 to 2012. He was a Top 40 Under 40 Attorney as awarded by The National Trial Lawyers. He was recognized as part of the Nation's Top Once Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel in 2015. Closer to home, he served a two-year term on his local PTO, responsible for Playgrounds and Safety.
Jason B Billam
108 E Poplar Ste B
Olathe, KS 66061