Cuyahoga County, Ohio Juvenile Law Lawyers
I have a daughter, Michelle, and understands how difficult raising a child can be as a single parent.
After Michelle graduated from college, I pursued a degree at Baldwin Wallace University and earned a degree in Human Services while working as a private investigator and a freelance designer in advertising.
I worked as...
Dan is considered an authority on defending sex cases and high-profile cases in juvenile court. He is a frequent speaker on legal issues and has presented numerous continuing legal education seminars for juvenile law classes at local law schools.
Don’t put your record, your future, or your freedom at...
Cleveland, OH 44113
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Attorney Johnston is one of a handful of lawyers certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a Family Law Specialist.
Attorney Johnston strives to meet her clients’ goals in an efficient and cost-effective manner, providing...
Ms. Atzberger has experience in education law, representing clients in suspension and expulsion cases, helping to obtain 504 Plans and IEPs, and defending students against civil rights violations and bullying. She also represents clients in juvenile delinquency proceedings, and previously worked as...
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Law Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
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