Jeffery L. Greco
J.D., 2004, South Texas College of Law
B.A, 2000, University of Texas at Austin
State Bar of Texas - Licensed by Texas Supreme Court
US Federal Court
• Eastern District of Texas
• Southern District of Texas
• Western District of Texas
• State Bar of Texas
• Houston Bar Association
• Fort Bend County Bar Association
• National Italian-American Bar Association
• Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association
• Harris County Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association
• Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association
• National College for DUI Defense
Jeff Greco is the founding member of this firm. He is a native Houstonian, born and raised in Southwest Houston. Failing is NOT an option for him. He is a perfectionist and will not settle for less than his best.
Jeff put himself through college and law school by working two and at some point three jobs at once, all while attending school full-time. He could not afford private school tuition like so many of his classmates, so he worked full-time as a limousine driver while attending law school full-time to pay for school.
After law school, Jeff began to seek employment with a District Attorney's office to gain the invaluable trial experience he knew he was sure to receive. As he was awaiting callbacks from various DA's offices all over the state of Texas, he accepted a position with a plaintiff's firm in Corpus Christi, TX. Finally after several months of employment, Harris County called and Jeff was hired by the Harris County District Attorney's Office.
Jeff began his employment and quickly began going to trial in the misdemeanor division. Jeff was soon transferred to the JP division, responsible for prosecuting thousands of traffic-related offenses. He was then sent to the Juvenile division, where he was responsible for prosecuting both misdemeanor and felony cases involving juveniles. Understanding that juvenile prosecution is completely different than the prosecution of adult defendants, Jeff was able to gain invaluable experience and knowledge during the time he was assigned to the Juvenile division. After only eleven months with the office he was promoted to the Felony division as a Felony prosecutor. He tried two felony cases in his first two weeks, and got guilty verdicts on each one. While in Felony court, Jeff was able to try numerous jury trials first chair, including three aggravated robberies, one of which involved a police officer that was shot while undercover. As a felony prosecutor, Jeff only lost one jury trial. Jeff was then promoted to the position of Chief Prosecutor, responsible for training the new prosecutors under his watch.
Having the benefit of knowing how each side of criminal law is practiced, Jeff felt that his experience as a prosecutor and the trial experience he gained would serve as an advantage to every client he has. It is like knowing what play your opponent is going to call before he even calls it. Jeff takes this knowledge with him to the courthouse each and every day for each and every client he has.