Jordan Dallas Turner
Jordan was elected as the Boone County Attorney on November 8, 2022. She is the first woman in Boone County’s history to hold this office.
Jordan has been a part of Boone County her entire life. After graduating from Conner High School, she attended Northern Kentucky University and spent time serving local high school students as a volunteer leader in the region’s active Young Life Christian ministry. During that time, Jordan also worked as an interstate child support case worker at the Boone County Child Support Office. She graduated summa cum laude from NKU and was awarded the Outstanding Senior in Speech Communication award.
Jordan attended law school at Northern Kentucky University, where she had the distinction of trying two felony criminal jury trials to verdict with a limited law license through the Kenton County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.
Upon graduating magna cum laude from NKU Chase, Jordan was awarded an internship with International Justice Mission in Washington, D.C. – one
of the world’s leading Christian non-governmental organizations focused on eliminating child sex trafficking. When the internship concluded, Jordan began her legal practice by serving as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Floyd County, Kentucky. Jordan managed the office’s felony sex crime division and facilitated the county’s Multi-disciplinary Team on Child Abuse, a group of professionals from across law enforcement agencies working collaboratively on felony cases involving child victims. Jordan has tried numerous felonies to conviction, including drug trafficking, assault, sodomy, sexual abuse, and wanton endangerment charges. During her time as a state felony prosecutor, Jordan also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
Jordan later took a position at a civil litigation firm in Eastern Kentucky before returning home in 2014 and founding Dallas & Turner, PLLC. While in private practice, Jordan focused her practice on personal injury litigation, civil trial practice, estate and trust planning, and probate administration. In 2017, Jordan was accepted into the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Jordan and her husband, Ryan, have three children and reside in Union, Kentucky, where they are active in their church.