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."
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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.
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.
On February 25, 2014, the Manhattan DA announced the indictment of mostly ex-NYPD and ex-FDNY personnel who were charged with "their participation in a massive fraud against the federal Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits program," resulting in the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars.
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."
A December 29, 2014 New York Times article "3 Men Accused of Throwing Bleach at Anti-Fur Protesters in Manhattan" quoted partner Greg Gomez, who defended one of the accused attackers.
The November 7, 2014 edition of The New York Times quoted Gregory Gomez in their article about the "Driver Who Sped Around Manhattan in 24 Minutes."
Partner Gregory Gomez earns an acquittal of the top charge of attempted murder in a December 2011 shooting case in Harlem. In a January 15, 2013 article, the NY Daily News discussed the case. The New York Times also published an article on the trial.