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Kelly L. Greene

Kelly L. Greene was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. Kelly attended high school at Woodberry Forest School in Virginia. He attended Wake Forest University where he earned a B.A. in English in 1996. He attended law school at Campbell University and received a J.D. in 1999.

Kelly was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 1999.
Kelly is a member of the Craven County Bar Association, serving as its President in 2003-2004. He is a member of the United States Eastern District of North Carolina, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the North Carolina Bar Association, and North Carolina Advocates for Justice.

Kelly focuses his practice on state and federal criminal matters and family law.

Thomas R. Wilson

Thomas R. Wilson was born in St. Louis, Missouri where he graduated from John Burroughs High School in 1995. He attended Miami University in Ohio, where he earned a B.A., cum laude, in English in 1999. He received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Saint Louis University in 2003. At Saint Louis University he served as a faculty fellow, researching and writing on administrative and environmental legal issues. He also received academic achievement awards in administrative law, constitutional law, criminal procedure, advanced legal research and writing, and first amendment law.

He was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 2003. From 2003-2005, Tom served as a research assistant and clerk to the honorable Judge Douglas McCullough of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Prior to forming GreeneWilson in 2007, Tom was an associate at the law firm Stubbs & Perdue, P.A. from 2005-2007. His areas of practice include state and federal criminal law, criminal and civil appeals, and environmental law.

Tom is a board certified specialist in state and federal criminal law.

Richard E. Rowe

Attorney Richard E. Rowe was born in Mt. Vernon, Ohio in 1944. He graduated from Ravenswood High School in Ravenswood, West Virginia. He attended West Virginia University, graduating with a major in Finance in 1966. At the West Virginia University Law school he was a member of the Law Review, graduating Order of the Coif in 1969.

He joined Wilson Frame & Rowe in Morgantown, West Virginia, where he practiced primarily in criminal defense, personal injury, product liability, and domestic relations law. In 1978 he became a partner in Goodwin & Goodwin in Charleston, West Virginia, where his practice areas included civil litigation for defense clients, Chapter 13 and 11 Bankruptcy for debtor clients, products liability, personal injury, and professional liability for the plaintiff.

In 2011, he became “Of Counsel” to GreeneWilson in New Bern, North Carolina where his practice areas include federal criminal defense, civil litigation, and personal injury law. He is a member of the bar of West Virginia, West Virginia District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts, North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina District Court for the Eastern District, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and The Supreme Court of the United States.

Jaimee A. Y. Bullock

Jaimee A. Y. Bullock was born in New Bern, NC where she graduated from New Bern High School in 2008. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and where she earned a B.A. in History in 2012. She received her J.D., cum laude, from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2015. At Central she was an awarding winning member of the American Association for Justice trial team and client counseling team. She earned academic achievements from 2012-2015.

She was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 2015. Jaimee focuses her practice on state criminal matters.

Kenneth F. Crow

Kenneth F. Crow (“Ken”) was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Apex High School, UNC-Chapel Hill and Campbell University Law School. Ken served the State of North Carolina for 25 years before his recent retirement. After law school, Ken worked over 3 years as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting felonies and misdemeanors for 8 eastern North Carolina counties including Craven, Pamlico, Jones and Carteret. Thereafter, Ken practiced law for approximately one year before becoming a District Court Judge in 1994. At age 32, Ken was one of the youngest judges in the State. After serving 8 years as a District Court Judge, Ken was elected Superior Court Judge in 2002 and served in that capacity for over 13 years until his retirement in March 2016.

Ken is a 1996 graduate of the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. In 1999, the State of North Carolina designated Ken as a Certified Juvenile Law Judge. Ken served as the 3-B Judicial District Drug Court Judge for over 3 years and received a diploma from the Nation Drug Court Institute of Annapolis, Maryland in 2008. Ken is a graduate of the Northwestern University Law and Economics Program and currently sits on the Board of Advisors for the Law and Economics Center at George Mason University. Ken is currently a member of the Craven Community College Board of Trustees and he is a 25-year member and past president of the New Bern Breakfast Rotary Club.

As a veteran of over 500 jury trials, Ken focuses his practice on felony criminal defense, felony probation cases, post-conviction motions and personal injury litigation.

Meaghan P. Decker

Meaghan P. Decker is an attorney licensed to practice in North Carolina and Florida. Meaghan attended undergraduate school in the Honors Program at the University of Florida on a full National Merit Scholarship. She went on to attend Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Florida, where she earned her J.D. in 2014.   During law school, Meaghan had a wide array of work experiences including working for the General Counsel for a U.S. Senator in Washington, D.C. and working in the Florida State House of Representatives on the Finance and Taxation Committee.  In addition, she spent time interning in the State Attorney’s office in Jacksonville, Florida, and working for a criminal defense law firm in Tallahassee, Florida.  Meaghan focuses her practice on family law matters, and specifically on complicated property issues related to equitable distribution claims.

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