Criminal Defense Attorney
About Greg Mathews, Central Ohio Attorney
Gregory B. Mathews has been in private practice in Central Ohio since 1988. As a former prosecutor for the City of Columbus, a special prosecutor in the City of Columbus and a criminal defense lawyer, he has represented hundreds of people charged with criminal offenses. Greg finds that most people are simply everyday people who have made a mistake, or who had a problem with drugs or alcohol that lead them to make a bad decision.
Greg is a partner in the law firm of Fusco, Mackey, Mathews, & Gill, LLP. This law firm is established in Westerville, Ohio in 1988. While the law firm provides legal representation in a variety of areas of law, Greg serves as the lead counsel for matters involving criminal defense, traffic charges and Expungement (sealing of criminal records). With the increase in number of clients who experience problems from criminal proceedings and convictions since the 9/11 attack, Greg believes that a person who has made a mistake should not pay for it the rest of their life. A criminal charge or criminal conviction should not destroy ones life or limit their future opportunities.
Greg has been practicing law in Ohio since 1988. He has represented clients charged with offenses ranging from minor offenses to very serious criminal charges. Greg has represented clients all over the State of Ohio. Being a former prosecutor and now serving as a defense lawyer, Greg is able to draw upon his background from both sides of the criminal justice system. He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, Westerville Bar Association, National Lawyers Association, United States District Court, Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Ohio Association for Justice.
Greg’s clients are not viewed simply as defendants, in an impersonal and uncaring criminal justice system. Rather, Greg respects his clients as individuals with their own lives, families, and jobs.
To learn how Greg can help with your legal situation, contact the firm to get started.