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Browne House Law is excited to announce that criminal defense attorney and Tuscaloosa native and highly experienced criminal law attorney Greg Gambril has joined the office. Now in private practice, Greg will work primarily in the area of criminal defense for the people of West Alabama.

After graduating with undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Alabama, Greg spent decades practicing first as a prosecutor and then public defender. His knowledge, expertise, and reputation will be a welcome addition.

Broad Experience. Impressive Results.

Greg has participated in numerous jury trials with a very high success rate. He has handled or litigated nearly every type of criminal offense, ranging from misdemeanors such as DUI to felonies such as capital murder, adult and child sex crimes, robbery, gun crimes, assault, and attempted murder.

Recognized by his Peers.

Greg has been recognized for excellence his the legal profession, including:

  • In 2005, was elected District Attorney of Alabama’s 22nd Judicial Circuit;
  • In 2007, was named prosecutor of the year for the Southern Region by VOCAL, a state-wide crime victim’s advocacy group;
  • In 2008, was named District Attorney of the Year by the Alabama District Attorneys Association and District Attorney’s Investigators Association;
  • Serving two terms on the Alabama District Attorneys Association Executive Committee, the governing body of the state’s prosecutors;
  • Serving on the United States Attorneys Law Enforcement Coordinating Council Executive Committee, which brought together law enforcement officers and prosecutors on both the federal and state level to share resources and coordinate on the criminal issues facing each agency; and
  • Serving as chairman of the Criminal Justice Section of the Alabama State Bar.

Return to Tuscaloosa

Greg returned home to Tuscaloosa in 2011 where he lives with his family and here he is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Tuscaloosa. Longtime residents and Crimson Tide fans may remember his father who was the head swimming coach at the University of Alabama for 20 years, an associate Athletic Director at the University, and a five-time Olympic Coach.