“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
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 operate on yourself? Even if you were a doctor, you would still go to the hospital.
The same principle holds true when facing criminal charges of any degree. Even if you have a legal background, you protect your best interests by seeking assistance from a skilled defense attorney. The following are a few reasons why you should never represent yourself in a criminal case in Ohio:
If you or someone you love is arrested, consult with an experienced defense attorney. He or she can inform you of your rights and assist you in building a solid defense.