As Designee of Attorney General Sean Reyes, Greg was trusted with leading the Office in many capacities, including:
- Co-Captain of the statewide Human Trafficking Task Force
- Active member of, the Utah Council on Victims of Crime
- Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
- Utah County and District Attorney’s Association
- Statewide Association of Prosecutors
- Law Enforcement Legislative Committee
- Child Abduction Response Team.
Greg is a recognized expert on criminal law matters. Presented and training for national and international audiences. Traveling to work with Federal, State, and Local government officials in Nigeria on constitutional and human trafficking issues.
Greg conducted best trial practices training with Mexican Prosecutors as Mexico transitioned toward an adversarial criminal justice system. Greg trained attorneys and law enforcement in Idaho, Utah, and Nevada, with several complicated human trafficking he successfully prosecuted.
Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Greg spent seven years with Salt Lake County District Attorneys Office, focusing on domestic violence and elder abuse. Greg began his criminal law career as a law clerk for Salt Lake Legal Defenders Office, and representing indigent Nez Pearce Native Americans in tribal court through his law school practicum.