Mark Geragos Net Worth

Mark Geragos Net Worth:
$25 Million

Mark Geragos Net Worth: Mark Geragos is an Armenian-American criminal defense attorney who has a net worth of $25 million. Born in Los Angeles, California, in 1957, Mark Geragos earned his bachelor's degree from Haverford College. He went on to study law at Loyola Law School, graduating with his J.D. in 1982 and passing the California bar a year later.

Geragos is a partner at The Law Offices of Geragos and Geragos, based in Los Angeles. He has had several high-profile celebrity clients during his career. Geragos represented Bill Clinton's ex-business partner Susan McDougal, earning her a presidential pardon in the early 2000s. Oscar-nominated actress Winona Ryder hired him when she was accused of shoplifting thousands in merchandise in Beverly Hills; Ryder was sentenced to counseling and probation. He also worked for Michael Jackson when the pop star was accused of molestation and represented alleged murderer Scott Peterson. Jackson eventually fired Geragos, while Peterson was convicted of murder and sent to death row. Geragos went on to work for Barry Bonds' personal trainer during the steroid case. Greg Anderson refused to testify and was sent to prison for contempt of court. Geragos' other clients include the brother of Bill Clinton, a man accused of throwing his toddler off a cliff, and the men who were mauled by a tiger at the San Francisco Zoo. Rapper Chris Brown also hired him after Brown was accused of assault. Geragos frequently appears on TV shows, including "60 Minutes", "Anderson Cooper 360", and "Larry King Live", as a legal commentator. He hosts CNN's "Making the Case" with Sunny Hostin.

Mark Geragos Net Worth

Mark Geragos

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:Oct 5, 1957 (64 years old)
Profession:Lawyer, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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