Law Office of Julian Gregory

Julian Gregory, Esq.
Criminal Defense Attorney

Misdemeanors - Felonies - Appeals


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Criminal Defense in Las Vegas

If you face criminal charges in Las Vegas, you've probably already been through the wringer. Maybe you've been interviewed by police, and you've been left feeling like you're just another suspect. You've got no rights. They just think you're a "bad guy" and want to put you behind bars.

Going through the criminal justice system is not a gentle experience. To ensure that you and your rights are protected, you need an attorney to stand up for you, in and out of the courtroom. Whether you face misdemeanor charges, felonies, or you want to appeal a conviction, you need an attorney you can work with and who will work for you.

In Las Vegas, Attorney Julian Gregory will represent you at every stage in the proceedings, from Municipal and Justice courts to District Court, even to the Nevada Supreme Court. Contact him today for a free consultation.

Types of Charges

Julian Gregory has represented clients on many types of criminal charges, including:

  • Misdemeanors
    • Domestic Violence
    • Driving Under the Influence
    • Drug Paraphernalia
    • Licensing and Code Violations
    • Marijuana Possession
    • Open Container
    • Solicitation/Prostitution
    • Vehicular Manslaughter
  • Felonies
    • Domestic Violence
    • Driving Under the Influence
    • Possession of a Controlled Substance
    • Robbery
    • Murder
    • Sexual Assault
  • Appeals
    • Direct appeals
      • District Court (misdemeanors)
      • Nevada Supreme Court (felonies)
    • Post-conviction habeas corpus
      • State Court
      • Federal Court   
About Julian Gregory
A native of southern California, attorney Julian Gregory has since adopted Nevada as his home state, having resided in Nevada for all of his adult life.  While attending the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, Mr. Gregory worked as an independent technical support consultant, developing a skill set that he now uses to great effect in representing clients who have been accused of computer crimes or whose cases involve electronic evidence or discovery.

Mr. Gregory began attending the William S. Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas in 2007.  During his law school tenure, he began to distinguish himself by participating in an externship with the Nevada Supreme Court after his first year.  Mr. Gregory later became Articles Editor for the Nevada Law Journal and Business Editor for the UNLV Gaming Law Journal.  Mr. Gregory also received two Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Awards for Judicial Writing and International Criminal Law after receiving the top grade in those classes.  Mr. Gregory graduated with his Juris Doctor in 2007 in the top third of his class.

Mr. Gregory’s dedication to criminal defense began with his participation in the Innocence Project, an organization dedicated to investigating claims of innocence by indigent inmates.  Mr. Gregory spent two years researching the circumstances of a murder case in the search for evidence exculpating his client.  Mr. Gregory exercises the same determination in representing his clients today.

In Mr. Gregory’s third year of law school, he began a clerkship with the Federal Public Defender for the District of Nevada, wherein he worked with attorneys for numerous clients seeking state and post-conviction habeas corpus relief in state and federal courts.  Having written briefs submitted to the Nevada Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court, Mr. Gregory is a firm believer that the most important characteristic of a defense attorney is the ability to write persuasively.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Gregory clerked for the Honorable Linda Marie Bell of the Eighth Judicial District Court of Nevada.  Mr. Gregory spent a year learning the ways that a judge weighs the merits of a case and studying the trial techniques of attorneys appearing before the court.  With an insider’s view of the courthouse, Mr. Gregory knows the best ways to make a case before a judge.

Following his clerkship, Mr. Gregory has practiced almost exclusively criminal defense, with some brief excursions into personal injury.  Mr. Gregory second chaired his first trial in January of 2012, representing a client charged with murder.  Since that time, Mr. Gregory has assisted in trying cases ranging from capital murder to mortgage fraud, has tried several misdemeanor domestic violence cases, and has filed numerous appeals and petitions for post-conviction habeas corpus relief.  Mr. Gregory also has the distinction of being the first attorney to challenge the City of Las Vegas’s practice of forcibly medicating defendants who have been found incompetent to stand trial.

As an attorney licensed in both Nevada and California, Mr. Gregory will bring all of this experience to bear in representing his clients.  Whether you have been charged with a crime yourself or you have a loved one who is incarcerated and now wants to appeal his or her conviction, Mr. Gregory can help you.

Julian Gregory, Esq.
Law Office of Julian Gregory, L.L.C.
324 S. 3rd St. #1
Las Vegas, NV 89101

State Bar of Nevada, October 2010
United States District Court, District of Nevada, September 2011
State Bar of California, December 2012

Law School
William S. Boyd School of Law, May 2010