Experienced St. Bernard Parish Attorneys
Handling COmplex Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Cases
When it comes to protecting your rights and interests in the long-term, you need to have a reliable, dependable, and ethical attorneys on your side. At The Law Offices of Dan A. Robin, Jr., we take pride in providing our clients with high-quality legal guidance that obtains the best possible results and allows them to move forward in the most cost-effective manner.
This approach has given us the reputation for providing trusted counsel for cases big and small, for securing impressive results in even the most complex of situations, and for offering our clients with the personal guidance they deserve. From a simple personal injury case to a complex criminal appeal, our St. Bernard Parish lawyers are ready to protect your interests.
Our ST. Bernard Parish Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Protect You
The Law Offices of Dan A. Robin, Jr. has a spotless standing in the courts and the bar associations, which has earned us respect with our peers, colleagues, and clients, as well as the judges and prosecutors in Louisiana’s courts. Due to our reputation for providing exceptional legal representation that does not cower in the face of adversity, clients can trust in our ability to fight for the best possible outcomes in cases big and small.
We aren’t afraid to fight for the best possible outcome!
In fact, Attorney Dan A. Robin handled a case of the State of Louisiana v. R. Johnson in Orleans Parish (2010). Mr. Robin’s client was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. This type of charge carries a daunting sentence of at least 10-15 years of hard labor. In the face of such tough circumstances, Mr. Robin continued to defend his client aggressively and effectively, never simply accepting an easy plea bargain or settlement. Prior to trial, Dan met with the District Attorney for the Parish of Orleans, who proposed a pre-trial deal that demanded Mr. Johnson to plead guilty to the charge and serve 9 years at hard labor. The offer was immediately rejected by Dan and his client, and a jury trial immediately began. After just two days of trial, the jury deliberated and within less than 10 minutes, unanimously found Mr. Johnson NOT GUILTY.