On Tuesday, February 7, 2023, the Supreme Court of South Carolina granted the request of attorney Harry B. Gregory Jr., to lift the interim suspension that was placed against him.

The case is entitled “In that matter of Harry B. Gregory Jr” with case no. 2021-000288.

Mr. Gregory was arrested around 2005 in a raid involving more than a dozen authorities for his crime that involved a lewd act on a child. Because of this conviction, the respondent’s license to practice law was suspended by the South Carolina Supreme Court.

On November 22, 2022, the case was dropped because allegedly, there was “insufficient evidence to convict” in accordance with the warrant document signed by Assistant Attorney General Kinli Abees. Moreover. it was emphasized that there is no photo, no videotape, or evidence that has been found in that regard. Due to these reasons, the respondent requested that the Supreme Court of South Carolina lift his interim suspension which the latter granted

The Order states:

“On March 25, 2021, Respondent was placed on interim suspension and now petitions this Court to lift his interim suspension. The Office of The petition is granted, and the Respondent’s interim suspension is hereby lifted.”

Mr. Gregory attended the University of South Carolina School of Law, graduating in 1985. He practices in Columbia, South Carolina. He is licensed in South Carolina. His info can be found on Martindale.com.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.