For several decades, Gregory P. Isaacs has made it his life's work to protect his client's legal rights while defending their individual freedoms involving Criminal Defense, DUI, Constitutional Law, Personal Injury and General Litigation.
Gregory P. Isaacs is consistently recognized by his peers. Mr. Isaacs professional achievements has resulted in his recognition in Mid-South Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, Cityview Magazine Top Lawyers, Knoxville News Sentinel Business Journal Best Lawyers, Corporate Counsel Best Lawyers and Martindale Hubble has bestowed an AV rating, their highest profession rating, signifying that Mr. Isaacs is preeminent in his field and has the highest ethical standards.
Mr. Isaacs has successfully tried a number of nationally recognized high profile cases involving homicides and elected officials, including but not limited to:
State v Fraizer, Tennessee's first case broadcast on Court TV and featured in episodes on both the A&E and "O" Networks, wherein Mr. Isaacs successfully defended an editor of a local newspaper accused of Second Degree Murder
US v. Foust, a case portrayed in the novel Dark and Bloody Ground wherein Mr. Isaacs obtained a not guilty verdict for his client who was accused of laundering money obtained through of brutal murder of a Kentucky physician and his teenage daughter
State v. Thomas "Zooman" Huskey wherein Mr. Isaacs successfully defended the accused serial killer against 4 counts of homicide which were dismissed after 2 trials and 12 years of protracted appellate litigation
Mr. Isaacs also successfully represented the paternal Swedish aunt and uncle of Peter Lillilid, a high profile international custody case, wherein 2 year old Peter's parents and 6 yr old sister where brutally slain by a satanic teenage cult at an East Tennessee rest area. Peter survived after being shot through the eye and lower spine. The case attracted international attention, garnering the cover of the Scandinavian People Magazine and front page coverage of many European newspapers and periodicals.
Mr. Isaacs is also an adjunct professor with the University of Tennessee Law School, a member of UT Legal Clinic Advisory Board, as well as being appointed as a Commissioner to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and serves on a variety of local boards.
The Isaacs Law Firm utilizes a top notch staff including the investigatory service of retired FBI investigators.
The Isaacs Law Firm's creed of "Excellence through Passion" insures each client a vigorous defense.