Omar F. Greene is a trial lawyer in Little Rock, Arkansas, with a practice that focuses on criminal defense in federal courts and the trial courts of the State of Arkansas.
He has extensive courtroom experience in both criminal and civil litigation, particularly in federal criminal cases.
He works hard to achieve exceptional results for his clients and has a high percentage of successes in jury trials in both criminal and civil cases.
For example, United States v. Willis, United States v. Bunton, United States v. Stone.
Areas of Practice
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals and Post-Conviction Relief
- Personal Injury
- General courtroom practice
- Arkansas, 1989
- United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, 1993
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, 1993
- Supreme Court of the United States, 2006
Professional Associations and Memberships
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Pulaski County Bar Association
- Arkansas Bar Association
- Appointed by federal judges to serve on the Federal Practice Committee
for the Eastern District of Arkansas
- Board of Directors, Arkansas Innocence Project
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock, School of Law, earned Juris Doctorate (J.D.), 1988
- Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, earned Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), 1974
- Assistant Federal Defender, Senior Litigator, Office of the Federal Defender,
Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas — trial and appellate work
- Partner: Warford, Greene & Revels, Attorneys at Law, Little Rock, Arkansas
— trial and appellate work
- Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Sixth Judicial District of Arkansas (Pulaski and Perry Counties,
Little Rock and North Little Rock metropolitan areas)
- Deputy Public Defender, Sixth Judicial District of Arkansas (Pulaski and Perry Counties,
including Little Rock and North Little Rock metropolitan areas)
- Law Clerk for Trial Court Judge in Little Rock, Arkansas.
- Law Clerk at Arkansas Court of Appeals
- Newspaper Reporter covering state and federal courts, Arkansas State Capitol, and police beats
(before entering law school)