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“I was charged with the murder of my best friend, and held on a $1 million dollar bond. My family got Greg Robey on the case and he immediately started fighting for me. He found a forensic pathologist and a firearms expert to help my case. After a long battle with the prosecutors, I was freed. I can honestly say that Greg Robey saved my life!” -R.W., Warren, Ohio

Category Archives: Criminal Defense

Is Warning Your Fellow Drivers About Police Checkpoints Against the Law?

You are driving in your car at night when traffic slows to a crawl. As you lean your head out the window, you see the cause — a police checkpoint. While you have nothing to worry about, you feel a responsibility to warn your fellow drivers. Are you breaking the law if you do? Apparently… Read More »

Should You Represent Yourself When Facing Criminal Charges?

Certainly, you could represent yourself when you face criminal charges. You could gather evidence to support your case and you could build your own defense. In fact, you could even stand before a judge and jury and argue your innocence. But should you? To use a medical analogy, if you were seriously injured, would you… Read More »

Four Tips on Handling a Police Encounter

Many people find interaction with law enforcement to be a nerve-wracking affair.  Following are five tips on handling a police encounter in Ohio: Be polite and courteous — You do not have to speak to police. However, if you want the encounter be over as soon as possible, do not disrespect or bad mouth law… Read More »

How Should You Act During an Ohio Traffic Stop?

Whether you use your car to commute to and from work or to visit friends and family, chances are that eventually, you will experience a traffic stop. Do you know what to do and what not to do during a traffic stop? In every encounter police have with citizens they must be on-guard and ready… Read More »

How a Domestic Violence Conviction Affects Your Life

An allegation of domestic violence can change your life momentously. Regardless of your innocence or guilt, a wheel is set in motion. You need to stop it before your relationships, career and future pay the price. A first-time conviction for this type of offense can affect your life in the following ways: Child custody —… Read More »

Top 3 Ways to Get Arrested

Many people believe that it is impossible to prevent an arrest from occurring after being stopped. But in many situations, your behavior and the decisions you make greatly influence whether police arrest you. Conversely, it is important to understand that in some cases, there is simply nothing you can do — police may have sufficient… Read More »

What is a Stop and Frisk?

When an officer has reason to believe you may be armed, he or she may stop and frisk the outside of your person for weapons. The stop and frisk law in use today was established in the 1968 case Terry V. Ohio. In it, a detective observes three men pacing back and forth in front… Read More »

The End of Wining and Dining: Will the BAC be Lowered to .05 Percent?

Nationwide, the blood alcohol level (BAL) or blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit has been set at .08 percent. This means that if you have a BAC of .08 percent or higher, you are legally intoxicated and it is unlawful for you to operate a motor vehicle. Currently, the regulation allows for two adults of average… Read More »

Combatting DUI: Common Defense Strategies

One of the most common misconceptions about DUI/OVI arrests is that building a legal defense is a futile endeavor. Truthfully, and depending on the unique circumstances of your case, there are many approaches your attorney can use to reduce, if not eliminate the charges you face. Of course every DUI defense case is different, and… Read More »

Finding a Criminal Defense Lawyer: How to Narrow Your Search

Arrested for a crime in Ohio? Chances are you probably understand the importance of hiring a criminal defense lawyer. However, you may not know which lawyer to hire. Where do you start? Who should you hire? Between the Internet and other media outlets, you may have noticed that there is no shortage of attorneys willing… Read More »

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