About Our Firm
Navigating the criminal justice system and successfully defending your rights can be a challenge when you are facing a criminal matter alone. Whether you have a record or are charged with your first offense, it is critical that you receive aggressive representation from day one.
At the Law Office of Gregory S. Robey, our legal team puts their years of experience to work for you. Led by founding attorney, Gregory Robey, we design targeted strategies that reinforce your side of the story and highlight flaws in the prosecution’s case. Whether you are facing a drug or felony charge, need to defend a son or daughter charged with a juvenile crime or require a lawyer for a weapon or vehicle charge, you will not find a more responsive and dedicated criminal defense attorney in the Cleveland metro area.
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Gregory Scott Robey
Decades Of Criminal Defense Experience
Since 1991, attorney Robey has dedicated his practice to defending his clients’ constitutional rights and minimizing the impact the criminal matter has on their lives. In particular, he has experience defending those charged with local and federal drug crimes. From possession, cultivation, and trafficking to prescription fraud and asset forfeiture, lawyer Robey knows how to use the law to protect your interests.
When you consult with lawyer Robey, he will give you an honest evaluation of your case and its possible outcomes. After you hire our team, we will tirelessly champion your case should you decide to fight the charges in court. Attorney Robey will not back down from a legal challenge because he knows that your future is at stake. His dedication and legal ability are two reasons he has compiled an impressive record of success in and out of Ohio courtrooms.
Connect With Us Today
Arrange your no-obligation consultation today when you call 216-505-4950 or complete our contact form. We are ready to help you fight the charges, whether they are a misdemeanor or felony offenses.