The Frey Law Firm - Attorney Ron Frey

Criminal Defense Attorney Ron Frey has been in private practice for over a decade. He founded The Frey Law Firm in order to better serve his clients. As an attorney admitted to practice law in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio, Attorney Frey has represented individuals and corporations in complex criminal cases around the country.

For a free initial consultation with Attorney Ron Frey, please call our office at (844) 766-3739.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Frey Law Firm - Expanding to Florida

Attorney Ron Frey was administered the Oath of Attorney for admission to The Florida Bar on September 25, 2015. Attorney Frey has represented clients via pro hac vice admission in both the Federal District Court in the Middle District of Florida and the Eleventh Circuit, United States Court of Appeals in Miami, Florida. In order to better serve those facing criminal charges within the State of Florida, The Frey Law Firm will be expanding to the State in the coming year. 

The Frey Law Firm - Expanding to Florida

Attorney Frey is now licensed to practice in the following states:


The Frey Law Firm will be opening an office in Florida in the coming year. Please continue to follow our blog for further updates. Follow The Frey Law Firm on Twitter at: @FreyLawFirm

Friday, October 23, 2015

Gaston County, North Carolina Drug Arrests

According to media reports this evening, approximately 37 suspects were arrested in Gaston County, North Carolina today. The initial reports indicate that the charges pertain to both felony and misdemeanor drug offenses. 
If you or someone you know has questions regarding drug trafficking or drug possession charges in Gaston County, North Carolina, please contact North Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney Ron Frey of The Frey Law Firm for a free initial consultation at (844) 766-3739.

Attorney Ron Frey

Computer and Internet Crime & Search Warrants - Charlotte, North Carolina

As a criminal defense lawyer with over a decade in private practice, I have devoted a substantial portion of my career to the representation of individuals charged with committing crimes on a computer or over the Internet. Computer Sex Crimes and charges pertaining to illegal pornography on the Internet or on a peer-to-peer network carry severe penalties if charged and convicted. In addition to the possibility of incarceration, there are many collateral consequences as well, including sex offender registration requirements. Most of the Internet based criminal cases over the years have commenced with the execution of a search warrant. Generally, a joint task force of both local and federal law enforcement officers conduct a search at a residence or business as part of their investigation. The search warrant execution leaves suspects and their family members confused, scared and unsure what to do next.

In many instances, no arrest is made during the search warrant execution. Rather, the data storage devices and computers within the house are generally seized for purposes of a forensic examination by a computer expert. Assuming no one is taken into custody, the suspects generally take one of two approaches. First, many take the step of contacting an attorney. This is a wise decision. For those who have no experience with in the criminal justice system, they most certainly will have questions regarding the process going forward. Further, they may wonder what if anything can or should be done following the search warrant execution. Alternatively, there are many who do not contact counsel. Rather, they take a wait and see approach.

If you were somebody you know has had a search warrant executed at their business or residence, please contact Attorney Ron Frey of the Frey Law Firm for a free initial consultation at (844) 766-3739. There are many steps they can and should be taken immediately following the execution of a search warrant. It is vital to have an attorney with experience in this area to guide the suspect through the forthcoming process. Further, there is much preparation that can be accomplished during this time. Finally, counsel can communicate with the investigators and prosecuting agency on behalf of the suspect.

As an attorney who is handled Computer crime cases in jurisdictions around the country, I am prepared to discuss the details of your specific circumstances with you in order to prepare an approach tailored to the circumstances of your case. Please call The Frey Law Firm at (844) 766-3739 for a free consultation.

Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, North Carolina : Theft or Concealment Charges

A theft or concealment charge is considered a "crime of moral turpitude" by most employers. Regardless of the alleged value of the item the accused is charged with concealing or stealing, a theft or concealment charge can have a serious impact upon a defendant's future. As a criminal defense attorney who has handled numerous theft and concealment cases over the years, I have found that there are often many defenses to be explored. Further, even where the evidence is strong against my client, there is often the opportunity for the client to enter into a diversion or first-time offender program. Each and every case is different and the approach on each case needs to be tailored to the specific circumstances.

If you or someone you know is facing a charge of theft or concealment in Mecklenburg County in Charlotte, North Carolina, please contact The Frey Law Firm for a free initial consultation with Attorney Frey. We can be reached at (844) 766-3739. 

If you have questions regarding a theft or concealment case in Mecklenburg County in Charlotte, North Carolina, please do not hesitate to contact The Frey Law Firm for a free initial consultation. Attorney Ron Frey looks forward to assisting you. Please call (844) 766-3739.

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