Mr. Reeder fights for his clients bringing over 15 years of defending persons charged with violating the law to serve his clients. Mr. Reeder is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law and has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy. Mr. Reeder coached youth football for five years, participated in the American Pool Association, and founded a charity softball games between attorneys and the police department in Joliet which helped raise almost $3000.00 to help feed children in Will County.
Mr. Reeder served five years as an Assistant Public Defender in Will County at the felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile divisions. While with the public defender's office, Gregory tried several jury trials including cases ranging from Traffic and Misdemeanors to Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault.
After leaving the Public Defender's Office, Greg continued to serve the public at the Law Office of Gregory M. Reeder, P.C. providing his litigation experience and advocacy to cases in Will, Grundy, Cook, Du Page, Kane, Kendall, DeKalb, and McLean counties.
Greg believes that it's easier to feel comfortable when seeking representation if the lawyer and firm is knowledgeable AND understanding enough to take the time to listen to his client's situation, share his knowledge with his clients, and fight hard for their rights and never give up. Greg believes attorneys need to remember that each client is a person who is placing their lives in his hands. They are trusting that he will do right for them. That is why Greg, with each client, is straightforward and honest about their situation, about what he can do for them, and then diligently and aggressively fights for them. It's a task that Greg takes great pride and joy in meeting each and every day.
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