As a felony prosecutor for almost 10 years with the Marion County Prosecutor's Office, I handled thousands of criminal cases, including serving as lead counsel on over 70 major felony jury trials. Almost half of those were murder or attempt murder cases. I served as co-counsel on a major death penalty case involving the murder of a police officer. Prior to my experiences as a deputy prosecutor, I worked as a criminal defense attorney defending clients charged with crimes ranging from minor traffic offenses to murder. My extensive experience in criminal law allows me to analyze and access a case from a position of strength. I understand and can identify the strengths and weaknesses of a criminal case. I understand the logic and thinking of the deputy prosecutors that will be trying to convict you. I am always prepared to take a case to trial when it is in your best interest.
From the time you are arrested, I can assist you in the preparation of your defense. By conducting thorough discovery and investigations, negotiating confidently with government's lawyers, and arguing effectively in motions to the court, at each stage of your case I will work to increase your leverage and maximize the chances of a favorable outcome in your case. It is impossible for an attorney to promise or guarantee a particular outcome in a criminal case. However, the one thing that I can promise is that I will give your case the complete attention it deserves.
During my time as a deputy prosecuting attorney, I was limited in the areas of law I could practice. However, one area of law I developed a love and passion for was Immigration Law. The ability for a foreign national to come to the United States and apply for status as a permanent resident or to become a naturalized American Citizen is simply awesome. A significant portion of Immigration Law consists of the intricate preparation of paperwork and navigating the often confusing laws of immigration in the United States. This is one area of law that I enjoy very much. Sometimes, what happens in a criminal case can have a significant impact on someone applying for residency or citizenship. It is very important to understand the consequences of resolving a criminal case if you are not a citizen. In addition, if you are seeking Permanent Residency or Citizenship, having a criminal conviction on your record might prevent you from obtaining residency or citizenship. After spending a lot of time in the criminal courts, nothing can be more satisfying that helping someone realize their own part of the American Dream.
Languages Spoken: English, Russian
Licensed since 1998
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Gregory is not just a brilliant, but he is also very caring attorney. His experience, attitude, professionalism, and most important diligence is what makes his clients very happy. He is able to achieve things that can make anyone proud. Highly recommended!
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|IN||Active In Good Standing||2004||07/04/2015|
|Attorney||GREG SPENCER LAW, LLC||1998 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Indianapolis Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|University of Missouri - Columbia School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|University of Missouri, St. Louis||Criminology and Criminal Justice||BS - Bachelor of Science||1995|