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."
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.
In this March 5, 2014 article from the NY Daily News entitled "Manhattan Racer: I Can Do It Faster," Partner Gregory Gomez was mentioned regarding court proceedings of the day.
On November 1, 2014, the New York Post quoted portions of Partner Gregory Gomez's opening statement in the trial of Adam Tang, the driver who looped around Manhattan in 24 minutes. The article, entitled "Driver's Record Lap Around Manhattan Was Art: Lawyer," detailed the court proceedings.
When one is arrested for a crime in New York City involving their vehicle, usually a DWI, the NYPD will often institute a civil forfeiture proceeding to try and seize the car permanently. In a November 5, 2013 New York Post article entitled "Fast Way to Lose a Beeemer," Partner Gregory Gomez was asked about the procedure in one of his cases.
In the November 9, 2014 edition of The New York Times, Partner Gregory Gomez was quoted in an article entitled "Manhattan Speeder Says He Has Fled to Canada."
In an April 23, 2014 article, the New York Post asked Gregory Gomez for his comment on "Afroduck" being caught driving again.