Greg Weddle

Greg Weddle

Gregory Weddle graduated from the University of Georgia (USA) School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree in 1981. He was admitted to the bar in that same year and has been an attorney in good standing for 42 years, over which he served as Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for the Southern Judicial District of Georgia, the Eastern District of Tennessee and the Central District of Illinois, and as an Assistant Director of Criminal Programs for the United States Department of Justice Office of Legal Education at the National Advocacy Center. During his long tenure as a federal prosecutor, Weddle handled a wide variety of criminal investigations and cases, including those involving complex fraud and corruption, narcotics trafficking, computer crimes, and intellectual property crimes. During that time, he litigated hundreds of cases and had over 50 jury trials. Additionally, he argued dozens of cases in appellate courts. As an Assistant Director for Criminal Programs at the National Advocacy Center, Weddle organized and managed a large portfolio of training programs in a wide variety of topics in criminal law, including criminal discovery, computer crimes, environmental crimes, narcotics, asset forfeiture, money laundering, financial crimes, and prosecutor ethics.

After retiring from U.S. government service in December 2016, Weddle began working with Regional Dialogue in Uzbekistan, primarily assisting the Academy of the Prosecutor General’s Office in curriculum and training issues.

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International Narcotics & Law Enforcement Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Department Of State