Top-Rated Fraud Defense Lawyer
Allan Rombro has 30 Years experience in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and throughout Maryland
2017 “Top 100” National Trial Lawyers
Allan Rombro Won Multiple Acquittals in Nationally Prominent Case, and featured in Ethan Brown’s Snitch
If you have been accused of fraud in Essex, or anywhere in Baltimore County, it is essential that have your charging documents and police reports reviewed by a skilled successful criminal lawyer with decades of experience and a primary practice in Baltimore County, and who has successfully helped people accussed of fraud.
For thirty years Allan Rombro has been winning serious fraud cases for his grateful clients. Refer to his Google Reviews and Avvo Reviews
You will work directly with Allan Rombro for the duration of the full legal process. When we meet to discuss your case, you will talk to an attorney who is focused on attaining good results for you. Allan Rombro has thirty years of expertise representing Marylanders for fraud charges.
Mr. Rombro is in the courtroom each day, honing trial tactics and keeping up to date with the most recent developments in the law and justice system. Having represented clients in years worth of jury and non-jury trials, he has strong working relationships with judges, prosecutors and other court personnel. Allan Rombro puts this experience to work defending clients accused of fraud in greater Baltimore, as well as misdemeanor and felony crimes.
For a no-fee introductory consultation with the Law Offices of Allan Rombro, call us at 410-580-9500 or send us an email. We work with 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.
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Allan Rombro has 30 Years experience in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and throughout Maryland defending clients with felony and misdemeanor charges.