A Strong and Experienced Advocate
The Law Offices of Allan H. Rombro is a successful law practice dedicated to protecting the lives and futures of its clients. Allan H. Rombro is a dedicated, experienced and disciplined advocate who is determined to prevail on behalf of his clients.
Since 1988, he has represented people in Baltimore County, the Eastern Shore and other parts of Maryland in criminal defense and personal injury.
You will work directly with Allan H. Rombro throughout the entire legal process. When we meet to discuss your case, you will speak with an attorney who is committed to achieving results for you.
Mr. Rombro is in court every day, honing trial skills and keeping current with the latest developments in the law and justice system. Having represented clients in hundreds of jury and non-jury trials, he has strong working relationships with judges, prosecutors and other court personnel. Allan H. Rombro puts this experience to work defending clients accused of drug charges, including marijuana possession, distribution and trafficking of drugs, DUI and DWI, domestic violence, assault and battery, and other misdemeanor and felony crimes.
Military Justice Cases
Attorney Allan Rombro defends military personnel from Fort Mead, Aberdeen Proving Ground and Annapolis Naval Academy who are facing criminal charges in civilian courts. He also represents civilians charged with crimes (such as DUI, DWI and drug charges) on federal property under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
As an honorably discharged military police sergeant and an experienced military justice attorney, he understands the unique aspects of the military criminal code and criminal procedure.
Whatever your legal matter, Allan H. Rombro will work to achieve your goals.
For a no-fee initial consultation with the Law Offices of Allan H. Rombro, call 410-580-9500 or send us an e-mail. We serve clients in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Harford County, and all counties in Maryland, including Ocean City and the entire Eastern Shore.