Professor Gregory Gilbertson consults with attorneys nationwide on use of force, false arrest, criminal, and self defense cases. He provides clients with insightful analysis, comprehensive reports, informed depositions, and convincing trial testimony in civil rights and criminal cases.
In the recent case of State v. Jordan Clark, Mr. Clark was charged in Multnomah County Circuit Court with one count of Murder Professor in the 2nd Degree, and two counts of Attempted Murder. Professor Gilbertson’s analysis and trial testimony resulted in Mr. Clark’s acquittal at trial on all counts. According to Clark’s attorney Jason Steen, “Professor Gilbertson was well prepared and had clearly given a great deal of thought to his analysis of the discovery in this case. He thoroughly reviewed all reports, surveillance videos, and Oregon case law. His preparation was demonstrated at trial by his solid and unassailable testimony which included use of force analysis and best practices for crime scene preservation. His conclusions were solidly based in law, fact, and common sense. He was unshakeable on the witness stand and made the prosecutor appear desperate and exasperated. Professor Gilbertson traveled from Naples, FL to Portland, OR to insure my indigent client received justice. Jason A Steen, ESQ., Portland, OR.”
CRIMINAL DEFENSE: Criminal defense attorneys often rely on expert witnesses to discover and expose flawed or dishonest police investigations. Professor Gilbertson is skilled at exposing police officers who engage in:
- False or misleading statements
- Embellishing police reports
- Unlawful search and seizure
- Fabricating or planting evidence
While most police officers are good and honorable men and women who have dedicated their lives to public service, some are not. If your client is the victim of a flawed investigation or police misconduct, call Greg Gilbertson at 239.571.1840 or 239.529.2137. Greg works with attorneys nationwide to achieve positive outcomes for clients, and is also available to consult with attorneys representing police officers accused of criminality.