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After serving active duty in the military for eight years — with tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan — Gregg now serves in the US Army Reserve while practicing law for our service men and women. Through his own experience, Gregg is deeply familiar with the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and his experience benefits the clients he represents in the military court.

Gregg believes one of his main strengths as an attorney is his ability to explain complex concepts in a way that the layperson understands. He believes educating his clients is just as important as representing them in the courtroom. With great professionalism and respect, Gregg builds rapport with his clients by putting them at ease and continually showing them he’s the right attorney for their case.

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Gregg regards his legal practice as a boutique law firm where his clients can expect a higher level of service and expertise. Phone calls are always returned. Emails are always answered. Gregg remains accessible to his clients through every step and phase in their case.

Areas of Military Law Gregg specializes in

Military law is as extensive as civil law with several special circumstances cases like Courts-Martial. The types of military cases Gregg handles include:

  • Administrative Separation Boards
  • Article 15 issues
  • Commander’s Inquiries
  • Courts-Martial
  • General Office Memorandum of Reprimand
  • Military Family Law

When facing military charges or formal reprimand, you need an attorney experienced in military law. With his personal experience as the foundation for his legal experience, Gregg has a particular perspective and the skills to tackle every military case brought to him.

Gregg also practices as a family law attorney

At the time he decided to branch out, Gregg was married to a girl he met in law school whose legal practice focused in family law. After deciding he wanted more experience in state court, Gregg went to work as a defense attorney. After being a defense attorney, Gregg was mobilized and sent to Iraq. While there, he turned 35 and decided to go into private practice when he returned. After talking to his wife, he agreed to join her law firm and picked up family law as a result.

“I like being my own boss,” Gregg says. “I’m proud of what I do, and I’m proud of what our firm does,” Gregg says. He likes the responsibility and freedom of running his own business. If you are in need of an experienced military, family, or criminal defense attorney, contact Gregg today. When your freedom and family are on the line, time is of the essence. Don’t wait. Reach out to Miller & Illikainen today.

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 2003
  • West Virginia, 1995

Education

  • The Ohio State University College of Law, 1995
  • University of Michigan, 1992

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Cumberland County Bar Association, Member
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Member
  • Hoke County Bar Association, Member