Allison F. Hibbard, attorney at law, is a recent graduate of Cleveland State University’s School of Law in 2014, as well as an alumnus from John Carroll University with a degree in political science and government. She immediately passed the Ohio State Bar and is an active member of the Akron Bar Association as well as the West Shore Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association.
As a northeast Ohio criminal defense attorney, Ms. Hibbard’s practice has provided experience in a variety of criminal law areas beyond just general case representation. She has worked with clients in criminal matters involving DUI cases, sex crimes, violent crime, and sentencing expungement. While Ms. Hibbard spent time after law school working in a firm, she has quickly struck out on her own, directly handling and managing criminal cases as an independent attorney. Her specialty is clearly in the proactive advocacy of a clients in the criminal justice system and trial courts, and she has become a regular face in the local court systems, which can be a big advantage for clients since many issues are often resolved well before hearings occur in the courtroom when it comes to prosecutors offices and defense attorney work.
Ms. Hibbard provides services in Cleveland and Akron as a criminal defense lawyer and can represent clients in Cuyahoga County, Summit County, Portage County, Lorain County, Lake County, and Stark County as well. Her experience and geographical range of case coverage has given Ms. Hibbard a unique network of contacts and familiarity with multiple local court systems. This benefit allows her to make assessments of cases quickly, especially with which judge might be hearing a case, which can also make a big difference in defense outcomes as well.
Attorney Allison Hibbard is a criminal defense attorney people should definitely be considering for representation if they find themselves needing defense representation in Ohio. With established services in Cleveland and Akron, Ms. Hibbard can easily provide the needed legal advocacy necessary to help avoid life-changing processes that otherwise move like an assembly line – quick and impersonal. Don’t let your criminal defense be processed like a piece of form paper. Get strong representation from the start to protect your rights in court.