January 2

Ohio Grandparental Rights and Visitation

A cohesive and nurturing family is essential for a child’s well-being and emotional development. Contributing to a child’s welfare and growth are grandparents who may contribute in a limited way to a child’s support or who may play a major role in a child’s upbringing. While parents have certain deep-rooted rights in the care and nurturing of their children, the rights of grandparents are secondary but by no means barred when it comes to visitation rights.…

April 29

In The News: Defense argues $1,600 theft case is civil, not criminal matter

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Attorney Thomas L. Erb Jr., left, gestures toward his client, John Kuhar, during Kuhar’s trial Monday on charges of theft. At right is defense attorney Chung Won. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A judge is expected to rule Friday on whether the owner of Medina Motorsports is guilty of taking $1,600 from a client who did not receive the product for which he paid.…

April 10

Ohio Domestic Violence Charges

Aggressive defense against Ohio domestic violence charges

Because Ohio domestic violence charges involve people who are related, living together or in a relationship of some sort, they are usually emotionally charged and stressful situations. A minor disagreement over something insignificant can erupt into a shouting match that becomes even worse when the police are called. A call to the police in Medina, Brunswick, Wadsworth or any community in Ohio usually ends with one of the participants being placed under arrest.…

March 23

Ohio DUI Defense

Ohio DUI Defense is Not a Do-It-Yourself Project

Being charged with DUI in Ohio can have a long-term effect on your personal and professional life. A conviction may result in a criminal record, incarceration, fines, civil penalties, loss of driving privileges and other consequences that will follow you for the rest of your life.

No one should face a DUI charge without having a Medina, Brunswick or Wadsworth DUI defense attorney in court to look out for and protect the person’s rights and interests.…

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