Robert F. DiCello, Esq.
7556 Mentor Ave. Mentor Ohio 44060
888-778-8880 toll free
Robert F. DiCello graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master’s Degree from Northwestern University. He attended the Cleveland Marshall College of Law, at Cleveland State University where he was named The Editor-In-Chief of the Law Review. Cleveland State’s Law Review is recognized across the United States as an important and influential legal periodical that is edited and managed by students of the law school.
After graduating from Law School, Robert turned down employment offers by some of the most prominent law firms and Courts in the United States to accept a position as Assistant County Prosecutor in the largest prosecutor’s office in the State of Ohio, The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office. There he quickly earned the rank of In-Charge Supervisor, where he managed as many as sixteen prosecutors in four different Courts. During that time he also tried over 40 jury trials involving a variety of major felonies from financial crimes, crimes of violence, theft and drugs.
Robert left that position to accept a position at The DiCello Law Firm. While participating in mass tort and class action litigation he has nonetheless dedicated a substantial amount of his practice to ending police abuse and curbing police misconduct. He currently represents victims of police abuse around the Country.
Robert is a member of the National Police Accountability Project, the Ohio Association for Justice, and a number of local bar associations. He has been admitted to practice in the State of Ohio as well as a number of Federal Court including the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio, The United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, and The United States Supreme Court. His current case load includes Civil Rights, Police Misconduct, Excessive Force, Wrongful Death, Mass Tort and Class Action litigation. He continues to lead the Firm with his writing ability as is evidenced by his authorship of appellate and amicus briefs as well as writing in a number of other venues.
Former Football Player Shot & Killed By Police While Trying To Get Help After Car Crash
The following real-life scenario reminds me of why I became an attorney who helps victims of police abuse and excessive force. It is also why I am a proud member of NPAP, the National Police Accountability Project.
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March 28 - 31, 2010, Four Seasons Hotel, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Trial Toolbox: Building a Winning Case
Topic: Words in Action in The Courtroom (and in Discovery) – Understanding the Importance of Particular Words and Phrases – How the Use or Nonuse of These Communications Can Dramatically Effect Persuasion
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February 17-19, 2010, Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa, Orlando, Florida
Florida Justice Association: 2010 Workhorse Seminar
Topic: Deposing Key Defense Employees (Including Supervisory Employees) in Big-Rig Truck and Bus Collision
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