We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Greg Ridenour is a Fort Wayne native and graduated from Canterbury High School in 2003. In 2007, he graduated from Wabash College after serving as captain of their Varsity Soccer team for two years and serving as Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, and Education Chairman for his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta. In 2011, he graduated with honors from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. There, he also received three Certificates of Merit with the highest test scores in Constitutional Law I and II, as well as Secured Transactions. Just prior to his first semester of law school, Greg served as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Frances C. Gull in the Allen Superior Court. He was admitted to practice law in May of 2011, and after a short stint in private practice with his wife, Katherine Ridenour, in Crown Point, Indiana, Greg (along with Katherine) returned to Fort Wayne, where Greg joined the Allen County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. During his six year tenure at the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Greg handled major felony cases including murders, drugs, guns, and gang-involved offenses. Greg is currently serving as a part-time public defender at the Allen County Public Defender’s Office where he handles major felony cases, including Murder, and Level 1-5 felonies. Greg is also admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Court in the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.