News & Press
Gregory Gomez was featured in Origin. magazine's Issue 26. The article, entitled, "Top Creatives: What Inspires You?" highlighted the accomplishments of Mr. Gomez, as well as 45 other entrepreneurs, artists, social activists, musicians, and filmmakers. Mr. Gomez discussed his indigent criminal defense work in New York City.
In a July 20, 2015 article in Metro by Colin Perkel of the Canadian Press, Gregory Gomez was quoted regarding a case where the Manhattan DA went forward in a "lesser-used preliminary hearing" in a slashing case involving three Canadian nationals at the W Hotel in Manhattan. Regarding the hearing, Mr. Gomez stated, "I don't think the victim testified credibly," and added, "I don't think she can properly identify who did what and what actually occurred."
In a July 15, 2015 article entitled, "Ontario Women Remain Behind Bars in Alleged NYC Hotel Attack," partner Gregory Gomez was interviewed by The Toronto Sun regarding a case of his in which he represents a young women charged in an alleged gang assault case at the Times Square W Hotel. The case is still pending.
On July 7, 2015, the New York Law Journal printed an article, detailing a decision in Manhattan granting our motion to dismiss our client's case. Here, the court tossed our client's case because there was no "reasonable inference that this defendant is the person who threatened the complainant over the telephone."
In a June 11, 2015 article, Gregory Gomez was quoted in the New York Daily News after he obtained a non-criminal disposition for his client, a women charged in the infamous "Subway Slap" case. He is quoted as saying, "We are pleased [our client] can put this ordeal behind her without a criminal record and focus on her college studies."
Gregory Gomez was quoted in an April 7, 2015 article in DNAInfo entitled, "Couple Mugged On Their Way To a Date at Applebee's, Police Say." The firm intends to litigate the case fully. The matter is still pending.
Gregory Gomez appeared on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "Calgary Eyeopener" radio show on February 25, 2015. Host David Gray interviewed Mr. Gomez regarding his client, whom the show labeled a "fugitive from the law in the United States after a wild dive he took in New York City." Listen here.
Gregory Gomez was quoted in an article entitled "NYC's Outlaw Racer Goes Free" which appeared in The Daily Beast on February 22, 2015. He is quoted as saying, "I have never seen a misdemeanor prosecuted with such intensity and vigor, especially for a person with no prior criminal record."
In a June 25, 2014 article entitled "Manhattan District Attorney's Office Showing No Leniency in Daredevil Cases," The New York Times interviewed Gregory Gomez for his take on a "new breed of digital-age daredevils."
On March 3, 2014, New York City's Office of Special Narcotics announced a massive indictment involving ten members of Bronx alleged game "280" for conspiracy to commit murder, sell drugs and possess weapons. Mr. Gomez's client, who is labeled as a "top lieutenant," will be going to trial in early 2015.
In a November 6, 2014 article, the New York Post quoted major portions Partner Gregory Gomez's closing statement in the "Afroduck" trial, involving a man who recorded a speed record of driving around Manhattan in 24-minutes.
On June 4, 2014, the Violent Criminal Enterprise Unit of the Manhattan DA's Office announced the indictment of over 100 people for alleged criminal activities in the Manhattanville and Grant Houses in Harlem. Partner Gregory Gomez is defending one of those arrested in the massive sweep on conspiracy and weapons charges.