After completing law school, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, Rob practiced as a... more
After completing law school, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, Rob practiced as a felony prosecutor in Clermont County, Ohio. During these years he gained valuable trial experience handling cases of significant importance to the community and the individual victims. His years spent as a police officer and felony prosecutor have taught Rob that many times his clients are wrongfully accused or ... view profile
I am a graduate of the School of Creative and Performing Arts. which has proved... more
I am a graduate of the School of Creative and Performing Arts. which has proved invaluable in the Courtroom. Upon gradution from this outstanding school, I began a bachelor's of arts in broadcasting at Ohio University. I later transferred to the University of Cincinnati. Upon graduation with my Bachelor or Arts, I enrolled in University of Cincinnnati College of Law. I passed the bar in 1990... view profile
I practice in a wide variety of legal areas for Faris & Faris, LLC, including cases... more
I practice in a wide variety of legal areas for Faris & Faris, LLC, including cases involving criminal, OVI, and traffic defense, evictions, land transfers, protection orders, juvenile matters, and estate administration. I also serve as a Guardian Ad Litem in Juvenile Court. I began practicing law at Faris & Faris, LLC after being admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2011 following my graduation from ... view profile
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