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Marios moved to the US from Cyprus in August of 2006 to attend Indiana University Bloomington. He graduated in 2010 with High
Distinction with a B.A. in Economics, Criminal Justice, and minor in Mathematics. In 2013, Marios graduated from Indiana University
Maurer School of Law and was offered a position as a Deputy Prosecutor at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. In June of 2014, Marios officially became a “Hoosier” when he got his Green Card.
Marios went to law school to be “the voice for those that cannot be heard.” Prior to joining Gresk and Singleton, Marios was a Marion County Deputy Prosecutor for five years. As a Deputy Prosecutor, he had a passion for prosecuting crimes against persons. He was first assigned to general Misdemeanors and lower level Felonies, then Domestic Violence, and shortly thereafter was promoted to major Felony cases. Marios started his career in major Felony courts by being part of the Special Victims Team where he prosecuted sexual offenses and crimes against children. During his last year at the Prosecutor’s Office, Marios was assigned to general major Felony cases where he handled, amongst other major Felony cases, six homicides. During his tenure at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, Marios conducted a total of thirty-nine jury trials and numerous bench trials.
In November of 2018, Marios joined Gresk and Singleton by following a calling to serve the immigrant community. As an immigrant, Marios understands the stress and other challenging emotions associated with the immigration process. Marios’ empathy, legal research and writing skills, and oral advocacy skills will assist our clients to fulfill their American Dream.