Wharton, Ohio DUI Lawyers
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Christine M. Smith graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Akron and earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Toledo School of Law. She practices primarily in family and criminal law. She is a collaborative law trained family law attorney and a founding member of the Northwest Ohio Family Law Association. Prior to her private practice, she worked as a prosecutor for the Villages of Swanton and Metamora. Christine spent several years prior to law school working as a family law paralegal for her father, Gary L. Smith, so naturally, upon graduating, she joined forces with...
(419) 825-2318 138 N. Main St.
Swanton, OH 43588
Swanton, OH 43588
Todd A. Workman has extensive experience in the areas of Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy and Family Law. Todd's guiding concern is to give his clients clear and straightforward advice on complex areas of the law. He believes that a good lawyer makes things as simple as possible for his clients to understand. Todd helps his clients find the most direct path through lifes most difficult times. He firmly believes that every client deserves respect, patience, and compassion. Todd counsels individuals, families, business owners, trustees, executors, and guardians. His previous experiences as an instructor, sales agent, and guardian ad litem serve him well...
I graduated from Continental High School, and then attended Defiance College. After graduating from Defiance College, I completed law school at Ohio Northern University. I have a general practice located in Ottawa, Ohio where I handle a wide variety of cases including Criminal, Civil, Domestic, Juvenile, and Probate. I am also a certified Guardian Ad Litem.
Greg is an Ottawa, Ohio native graduating from Ottawa High School in 1992. Greg then continued his education at Ohio Northern University graduating with his bachelors degree in Business Marketing and Management in 1996. In 1999 Greg graduated from Ohio Northern University's law school and has been practicing in Ottawa since.
Before launching his own practice, Brian served as an Assistant Public Defender in Portage County, Ohio. While there, Brian made a name for himself by putting his own freedom at risk in order to defend his client's rights. When ordered by a rogue judge to proceed to trial after a mere two hours assigned to the case, Brian declined to begin the trial because he did not want to sacrifice the client's right to effective assistance of counsel and a fair trial. Brian was immediately arrested for refusing the judge's illegal orders. The case garnered national attention. The National Association...