Firm Bios

Gregg Perr

Gregg Perr
Gregg Perr
Esquire

Gregg Perr

Esquire

Gregg Perr is an experienced trial attorney with 19 ½ years as a prosecutor with the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. As an Assistant Prosecutor, Mr. Perr handled thousands of criminal cases including homicides, aggravated assaults, firearms, sexual assaults, burglaries, domestic violence, child abuse, and narcotics cases. He served as the Deputy Section Chief of the Narcotics, Juvenile, and Domestic Violence Units. Mr. Perr supervised and prosecuted long term multi-wiretap investigations, reviewed hundreds of Search Warrants and Communications Data Warrants, and served as a Legal Advisor to County Detectives, Municipal Police Departments, the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Task Force, and the Intelligence Services Team of Camden County. Mr. Perr set New Jersey Supreme Court precedent by supervising the investigation and conducting the prosecution in State v. Feliciano, 224 N.J. 351, (2016), a unanimous opinion about the constitutionality and proper implementation of roving wiretaps in New Jersey. Mr. Perr is a Police Training Commission Certified Instructor and regularly taught police recruits as well as experienced police officers at the Camden County Police Academy in the areas of Search and Seizure and Narcotics.

In addition to his duties as an Assistant Prosecutor, Mr. Perr served for 8 ½ years as the President of the Camden County Assistant Prosecutors Association where he managed the day to day operations of the local labor association, directed contract negotiations, grievance and disciplinary investigations, management labor directives, and administrative proceedings before the Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC). Mr. Perr served a total of 16 ½ years as a member of the Executive Committee of the Association. In this role, he served on the Contract Negotiations Team. He assisted members in understanding employee benefits, grievance and disciplinary policies, insurance and compensation issues, as well as the general implementation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Mr. Perr served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas A. Brown, Jr., (ret.), in the New Jersey Superior Court.

Gregg Perr was admitted to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in December 1996.

Mr. Perr received his Juris Doctor Degree from Rutgers-Camden School of Law in 1996.

Mr. Perr received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration of Justice and Political Science from Rutgers College, Rutgers University in 1993.

Mr. Perr, his wife and son reside in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He enjoys volunteering his time coaching youth baseball and is on the Board of Directors of Cherry Hill American Little League.