Law Offices of Gregory S. Robey

14402 Granger Road
Cleveland, OH 44137, United States

  • 216-581-8200

Strict Penalties for Identity Theft Against Active-Duty Service Members

Ohio takes identity theft (known as identity fraud throughout the state) seriously. In fact, if you are arrested for identity fraud, you face felony charges. Depending on the circumstances of the crime, you may be charged with…more
| Civil Remedies, Criminal Law, Privacy, Military Law

Cleveland FBI Agents Investigate Charter School for White Collar Crime

White collar crimes typically involve the use of fraud and deceit for financial gain in the business world. However, white collar crime can occur virtually anywhere…more
| Criminal Law, Education

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…more
| Criminal Law

Legalization of Marijuana in Ohio: Coming Soon?

Currently, 21 states allow marijuana for medical use. Additionally, two states, Colorado and Washington, have made recreational cannabis use for adults legal. In Ohio, the legalization of marijuana in the state has garnered a…more
| Criminal Law

Loveland Man Faces Charges for White-Collar Crimes

Loveland, Ohio man Keith Blankenship was recently arrested after an elderly couple entrusted him with a blank check. Lila Mae Thomas and her husband wanted to purchase cheesecake, chicken and other assorted meats from…more
| Criminal Law

Heroin Deaths in Ohio on the Rise

More than a century ago, heroin was first created and used as a cough medicine. It wasn’t long after its creation, however, that heroin found a place among poets, artists and musicians. During the 1920s, many addicts collected…more
| Criminal Law

Two Synthetic Drugs Recently Banned in Ohio

With the exception of Washington and Colorado, marijuana remains illegal across the United States. The illegality of cannabis has given rise to many new and dangerous synthetic drugs that claim to mimic the effects of…more
| Criminal Law

Cleveland Man Sentenced in Insurance Fraud Case

This past April, the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court sentenced Cleveland resident John Deskins to two years of probation for theft in an insurance fraud case. Since the creation of the insurance industry, insurance fraud has…more
| Criminal Law

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?…more
| Criminal Law

Police Arrest 26 in Ohio Drug Trafficking Ring

In mid-March of this year, 26 individuals were arrested in relation to a drug trafficking case in Southeast Ohio. In addition, warrants were issued for 17 other people…more
| Criminal Law

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…more
| Criminal Law

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…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

The Consequences of a Drug Dealing Conviction

A few days ago, U.S. District Court Judge Frederick P. Stamp Jr. sentenced Ohio man Michael T. McGee, 43, to 262 months in prison. After a three-day jury trial, the Steubenville defendant was found guilty..…more
| Criminal Law

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…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Ex-Ohio State Football Player Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking

Drug trafficking is a serious crime. It endangers the public, puts youth at risk and often leads to gang violence. As a result, state and federal governments punish those found guilty swiftly and severely…more
| Criminal Law
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