On January 12, 2024, the Supreme Court of Georgia suspended attorney Isaiah Gregory. The Court’s decision was based on Gregory’s failure to adequately respond to the State Bar’s Notice of Investigation.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Isaiah Gregory,” with case no. S24Y0542.

The Court found that Gregory failed to adequately respond to the State Bar’s Notice of Investigation. Due to the severity of the violations outlined in the Notice, with the maximum sanction being disbarment, the Court, in accordance with State Bar Rule 4-204.3(d), ordered the suspension of Isaiah Gregory from the practice of law in Georgia. The suspension will remain in effect until further orders from the Court.

According to Avvo, Mr. Gregory is a criminal defense attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended the John Marshall Law School, Atlanta. He obtained his law license in Georgia in 2018.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.