Jaclyn C. Grieser is a life-long civil servant, practicing law from the federal to local municipality levels for over 19 years. A native of Bucks County, Jaclyn joined Bucks County Law Department in 2022 to oversee civil litigation. As the Law Department continues to grow and keep more cases in-house, Ms. Grieser is responsible for handling a diverse portfolio of civil actions and managing the portfolios of litigators within the department. She manages the initiation of lawsuits brought by and defends all lawsuits brought against the County, its subdivisions, and employees. Defensive actions include matters in employment, premise liability, civil rights, Right to Know and election law. Jaclyn pursues affirmative litigation opportunities at the behest of the County Commissioners and that are focused on improving the health, welfare and well-being of Bucks County’s residents.
Ms. Grieser has tried hundreds of jury trials to verdict as a prosecutor in the U.S. Army and as a criminal defense attorney. She is a frequently invited speaker and trainer for continuing legal education courses on both trial and veteran topics. Upon her resignation from the U.S. Army and prior to joining the County, Ms. Grieser ran a civilian practice, focusing on defending U.S. Servicemembers at courts-martial and assisting active duty and veteran members with administrative actions.
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