Robert G. McCoid

Robert G. McCoid

56-58 Fourteenth Street, P.O. Box 151
Wheeling, WV 26003

Phone: 304-232-6750

Website: mspmlaw.com

State Delegate National Task Force Task-Force-Member General Member

About Robert G. McCoid

Robert McCoid is an intense trial lawyer with nearly twenty-five years of experience whose practice focuses on the defense of those accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, related administrative license revocation matters, homicides, sexual assault offenses, federal white collar matters, drug offenses, and violent crimes. He has scored acquittals for clients in multiple high-profile jury trials and has been recognized by his peers with the distinguished AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell. A frequent lecturer to attorneys on the topic of jury selection and voir dire, he has been selected for inclusion on Thompson-Reuters' Super Lawyers list for the past seven straight years in the area of general criminal defense.


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