Greg Joseph is the founder and president of Joseph Law Office PLLC, and most recently a founding partner of Halper & Joseph, PLLC.  He has been practicing criminal law since his admission to the bar in 2005.  He received his Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Gustavus Adolphus College.  

He worked as a student attorney prosecuting adult cases in Ramsey County, before a stint as an Assistant Clay County Attorney.  Greg left prosecution and worked as a defense attorney in the Fifth and Seventh Judicial Districts, and then for the MN Public Defender's Office and the MN Appellate Public Defender.  Most recently he became a founding partner at Halper & Joseph, PLLC, specializing in criminal defense.  He has argued countless criminal cases of all types in District Courts across the state, multiple cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals, and the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Greg briefly taught post-secondary Litigation and Legal Writing.  He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the 8th District Bar Association, the Eden Prairie and Waconia Chambers of Commerce, the NFIB, and various community and charitable organizations​.

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As a former prosecutor, Greg came to know how police and county attorneys build cases against those accused of crimes.  He saw firsthand how officers are trained to get convictions.  This experience has been invaluable in defending his clients.  Greg has defended the accused for more than 10 years.  In this time he has learned how to identify and exploit flaws in the state's evidence, and solve his clients' problems creatively and effectively.

When he isn't practicing law, Greg enjoys spending time with his family and the great outdoors.  He is an avid fly fisherman, backpacker, and outdoorsman.  He lives with his wife and son west of the Twin Cities metro area.

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