Posted by Lloyd Darling
I saw Erwin representing someone in Oldham County court, I approached him afterward and hired him to represent me.
I was impressed with his integrity. He did not sell me a bunch of BS to get my money, he spoke of want probably would occur. Most attorneys seem like they will tell you want it takes to get paid. Not Erwin.
Posted by Edward
Without hesitation I highly recommend Erwin Roberts as an attorney who knows his law and will go the extra mile for you. The basic outline of my story is this: I live in Cincinnati, was cited in Kentucky for a traffic violation, decided to seek counsel, found Joe Suhre in Cincinnati but was referred to Mr. Roberts in Louisville. With Mr. Roberts representing me, I pled guilty to the charges in Kentucky, paid a fine, attended a DIP and assumed all was well. But the Ohio BMV then threatened to take action on my KY violation, up to possibly suspending my right to drive. As a novice in these types of things, it struck me as odd and perhaps naively assumed that, of course, this was double jeopardy and that they could not do this. But the warning from the OH BMV meant, at a minimum, that I was going to be spending more of my personal time in court and, at worse, a suspended license. I informed Mr. Roberts of this and he immediately referred me back to Mr. Suhre. Joe wrote a letter to the Ohio BMV and the matter was cleared up, literally, within a few days. Not only did Joe Suhre handle this promptly but, as I had already compensated his colleague Mr. Roberts in Louisville, there was no additional fee! Throughout my dealings with both Mr. Roberts and Mr. Suhre, I was treated with great respect and genuine consideration for my well being. For the peace of mind that came with working with both of these gentlemen, the fee was modest indeed.