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Athens & Lancaster Robbery Lawyer


A robbery charge may be the result of a false identification, mistaken identity or even a misunderstanding. Sometimes, a simple theft case can be enhanced to a felony robbery charge because someone (usually a security guard) gets injured in the process of a simple theft. If you are facing robbery charges in Ohio, you need the strongest defense possible in order to avoid a lengthy prison sentence.


I can help. At my law firm, I defend people charged with robbery and other violent crimes. I have more than 25 years of criminal defense experience, a Ph.D. in criminology, and extensive knowledge and experience regarding forensic evidence in criminal cases. In addition, I have a strong courtroom presence, backed by training in public speaking, and I can deliver strong, passionate arguments before the court. I do in-depth factual investigations — often in conjunction with private investigator Stan Molnar — and thorough case preparation. I have a strong commitment to relentless efforts to provide an effective defense for my clients.

What Clients Are Saying

  • “Mr. Stevenson cared about our son as a person. He listened. He was available, responsive and kept us informed.”

  • “The most professional in communication, often going above to satisfy our schedules and location of residence.”

  • “Ability to successfully negotiate has eliminated many courtroom hours, while his ability as a trial lawyer wins cases.”

  • “Respectful, dedicated and trustworthy. Andrew was extremely helpful in resolving a legal issue of mine.”

  • “He kept me well informed of the progress with my case and quickly responded to any questions I had.”

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