An Expert Witness with $10 Million in Settlements and JudgementsProfessor Gregory Gilbertson recently retired from Centralia College where he taught criminal justice courses for over 22 years. He now works as an expert witness and private investigator specializing in police use of force, false arrest, criminal and self-defense casework. Greg has consulted with attorneys on 130 cases in 26 states. He has testified in over 40 depositions, several state courts, and the U.S. District courts of Washington and Arizona. His analysis and opinions have helped attorneys secure over 10 million dollars in settlements and judgements for their clients. Greg is also a former Georgia police officer, SWAT team member, juvenile court investigator, International Police Advisor, and U.S. Army infantry officer. He holds a Master's degree in Justice Administration, a Bachelor's degree in History, and is a Distinguished Military Graduate of the U.S. Army Officer Candidate School. In a U.S. District Court trial, Alvarez v. King County, Judge Richard A. Jones entered the following opinion regarding a motion to exclude his testimony: “Mr. Gilbertson’s qualifications demonstrate extensive experience in policing. His experience includes work as a police officer, SWAT team member, juvenile court investigator, school resource officer, stakeout squad officer, and senior patrolman. After his law enforcement career, Mr. Gilbertson became a college professor and private investigator. He has taught courses in criminal justice and conducted investigations for attorneys in criminal cases. The Court finds his testimony can be expected to have a reliable basis in knowledge and experience.” FULL BIOGRAPHY
Nenye E. Uche, Esq. Chicago"In 2015, I took on one of the most publicized police shooting cases in Chicago: The Estate of Alfontish Cockerham v. The City of Chicago. The case involved a young man who was was shot and killed by a Chicago police officer while running away. It was not the strongest case because society typically gives police officers the benefit of the doubt in cases perceived to involve "a close call." It was a close call because the incident was captured on video and showed my client dropping a gun while running from the officer. The officer claimed my client pointed this gun at him just moments before he shot him. Based on this fact pattern, I needed an expert witness with integrity who could convey the same to a jury of twelve people. I found Professor Gilbertson through an attorney who was a former war crimes prosecutor at the international criminal court in The Hague, Netherlands. Apparently, Professor Gilbertson’s reputation as a expert witness had also caught attention globally.
NENYE E. UCHE ESQ.
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James Bible, Attorney at Law, Seattle"In February 2016 Che Taylor was shot and killed by two undercover Seattle police officers under suspicious circumstances. In December 2019 I asked Professor Gregory Gilbertson to assist me as my police practices and use of force expert in the Taylor case. Professor Gilbertson analyzed the Taylor shooting and issued a detailed report. In his report Professor Gilbertson exposed several substandard police practices and officer actions which were inconsistent with standardized police procedures. Professor Gilbertson's insights and analysis helped me secure a 1.5 million dollar settlement with the City of Seattle for the Taylor Family. Previously, in July 2018, I retained Professor Gilbertson regarding the case of Josiah Hunter v. The City of Federal Way. This was another excessive force case where Mr. Hunter had been placed in a dangerous choke-hold by a Federal Way police officer. Here again, Professor Gilbertson analyzed the facts of the case, issued a detailed report, and testified in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington as my use of force expert. At trial the jury agreed with Professor Gilbertson’s testimony that the officer used excessive force and awarded Mr. Hunter $640,000.00 in damages. I wish to thank Professor Gilbertson for his work on both cases. His insights, analysis, reports, and trial testimony are always persuasive. I look forward to working with him again on future cases." James Bible, Attorney at Law, Seattle, WA / James Bible Law Group - 14205 SE 36th Street, Suite 100 Bellevue WA 98006 / Phone: (425) 748-4585 or (206) 354-8109 / Email: email@example.com - Web Site: www.biblelawgroup.com
“Professor Gilbertson brought a high level of professionalism and competence to bear as an expert witness in a murder trial. Once the prosecutor made demands for an expert opinion, he responded quickly and his conclusion were dis-positive. The judge mentioned the credibility of his report in hearings. We considered Professor Gilbertson's contribution to be highly effective in securing a dismissal with prejudice for our client.” Dr. Stephen Pidgeon, Ph.D., Attorney at Law, Everett, WA
"Professor Gilbertson was an expert in a criminal trial where self-defense was the primary issue. He was accessible, prompt, and thorough. He explained “use of force” and “self-defense” in a manner the jury easily understood. His testimony was an integral factor in achieving a not guilty verdict for our client at trial.” Michael Blanchard, Attorney at Law, New London, CT
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