Allan Rombro was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1987 and the Federal Bar in 1989. He has successfully defended thousands of Marylanders charged with serious crimes, including DUI, as well as felonies, misdemeanors and Federal crimes. Allan Rombro was featured in the book, Snitch, which documents the high profile nationally controversial cases of Skinny Suge and his groundbreaking DVD "Stop Snitchin'". Allan Rombro won acquittals for Suge and many others despite intense media criticism and public outcry.
In October 2015, Allan Rombro attended the annual National Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) annual conference in Las Vegas. The topic was DUI defense and strategy including science and forensic technology defenses in the ever changing climate of DUI prosecution which often relies on "junk" science.
Allan Rombro lives in Pikesville Maryland with his wife. Ashley. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, gun-collecting, cooking, motorcycles. great coffee, traveling and spending time with his two grown children and their spouses.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 100 DUI Attorneys in Maryland||National Association For DUI Defense||2016|
|10 Best DUI/DWI Attorneys||American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys||2016|
|Top 100 Lawyers||The National Advocacy for DUI Defense||2015|
|Congressional Achievement Award||United States Congress||1991|
|Principal||Law Offices of Allan H. Rombro||1987 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Advocacy for DUI Defense||Member with Recognition||2015 - Present|
|Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys' Association||Member||2003 - Present|
|National College of DUI Defense||Member||2015 - 2015|
|Federal Drug Ring||Multiple acquittals on multiple Federal and State cases|
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|University of Maryland School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||1984|
|University of Baltimore||History||History, Magna Cum Laude||1981|
|University of Baltimore Pre-Law Symposium||Trends in Criminal Law||2000|