Gregory K. Voigt is a 1988 graduate of Tulane University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Denver, College of Law and passed the Louisiana State Bar in 1994.
From 1994 until 2005 Mr. Voigt practiced family law, criminal defense, and personal injury law in New Orleans. He was also a felony prosecutor with the New Orleans District Attorney’s Office for two years.
Mr. Voigt was forced to evacuate to Charleston due to Hurricane Katrina and joined the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Charleston in October of 2005. Initially, he focused on white collar crime prosecution, but later, due to his trial court experience, his caseload consisted of violent crime and homicide prosecutions. During his tenure he was elevated to Team Leader, at various times being the Solicitor’s Office’s lead prosecutor for cases arising from the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the City of Charleston Police Department, and the Town of Mount Pleasant Police Department. He also has extensive experience with North Charleston Police Department cases. As a Special Assistant Solicitor he has also prosecuted murder cases in York and Berkeley Counties and a misconduct in-office case in Orangeburg County. Mr. Voigt was chosen to present training to the attorneys and investigators of the Solicitor’s Office in Criminal Discovery Rules, Cross-Examination Techniques, Trial Preparation and Strategy, and Jury Selection. He has given training to law enforcement concerning Warrants and Trial Testimony Preparation.
Mr. Voigt is a member of the Charleston Bar Association and the South Carolina and Louisiana Bar Associations. He is a past member of the Trident Tech Paralegal Education Advisory Board. He is a current member of St. John Catholic School Board and the Palmetto Scholars Academy Parents and Community Association Board.
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