Gregory M. Parks, Attorney
Gregory Parks received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University in 1995. He served in the Coast Guard Reserve throughout college and later as a Kinston, NC, police officer. Mr. Parks continued in law enforcement in Washington, D.C. with the Secret Service. After moving home to North Carolina, Greg worked in the private sector as a private investigator and as a loss prevention supervisor over multiple Home Depot locations.
Greg answered the call for experienced law enforcement officers to serve as Federal Air Marshals after the 9-11 terrorist attacks. He served with the Air Marshal Service for several years before suffering an on duty injury that resulted in his medical retirement.
A graduate of the Charlotte School of Law, Mr. Parks is licensed in North Carolina and works out of his office in Lincoln County.
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