Ravenna:
149 N. Prospect St, #1
Ravenna OH 44266
330.296.8000
Stow:
4466 Darrow Rd, #13,
Stow OH 44224
330.686.2890

Portage County Criminal Defense Specialist  Portage County Criminal Defense Lawyer  Portage County Criminal Defense Lawyers in Ravenna  Ravenna and Kent DUI Lawyer  Martindale Hubbell Award


Look for the Best Law Firm

Our firm is located in the heart of Ravenna, in Portage County. Our lawyers primarily service clients in Portage and Summit  Summit Counties.

Attorney Weisenburger focuses exclusively on criminal and DUI defense. 

Attorney Mathews handles criminal cases in both adult and juvenile courts, as well as divorce and custody matters.

Awarded Recognition for Excellence

Find the best Law firm in Portage CountyIn 2013, Attorney Weisenburger received the "Top 100 Trial Lawyers" (Ohio) award from the the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100, and became a Member of this prestigious organization. Membership is by an invitation-only, and is granted to the premier trial lawyers from each State in the nation who meet stringent qualifications as civil plaintiff and/or criminal trial lawyers. 

“Each of our distinguished Top 100 members possesses the knowledge, skill, experience and success held by only the finest and best lawyers in America” – National Trial Lawyers:Top 100.  

"Board Certified" Lawyer: Expertise in Criminal Defense

National Board of Trial AdvocacyIn 2004, Mr. Weisenburger was Board Certified as a Criminal Defense Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA), a division of the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification.

The NBLSC certifies criminal defense attorneys in Ohio after a thorough screening which includes candidates’ background, experience and professionalism. 

In other words, the NBTA does the background check for you.

A lawyer must meet strict professional criteria and demonstrate high standards of practice to received this certification.

With over thirty years of criminal trial experience, Attorney Weisenburger is the only lawyer Board Certified as a Criminal Defense Specialist in Portage County, and one of only a handful of such lawyers in Ohio.

Protecting the Rights of those Accused of Criminal or DUI Charges

The legal systems in Portage and Summit County are tough and unforgiving. The consequences of a criminal or DUI conviction can impact all aspects of your life. The complexities of the legal justice system can be overwhelming for the accused, and for attorneys who have little experience in criminal defense. Your future is too important to trust an attorney who lacks extensive experience in the field of criminal and DUI defense.

Accurate Information about your Criminal or DUI Charges

Being charged with a crime is a frightening experience, whether it is a misdemeanor, a felony or a DUI/OVI charge. Most people charged with a criminal or a DUI offense usually have no realistic understanding of criminal law and the justice system. Often they feel hopeless and just want to "get it over with." Consequently, they don't consult with a lawyer to evaluate their options.

In reality, very few criminal or DUI cases are open-and-shut. A savvy criminal defense attorney will be alert to the many options available to help you avoid the harsh consequences of a criminal or DUI conviction in Ravenna, Kent, Stow, Akron, Portage and Summit County courts.

Acting fast is crucial. You need to take action now.

When accused of committing a crime, or charged with a DUI in Portage County or Summit County, Ohio, the sound advice of a local criminal and DUI defense lawyer who specializes in criminal law is critical.

Get Legal Help Immediately

The first court appearance (arraignment) in a criminal or DUI case takes place before you know it, leaving little time for obtaining legal advice from a qualified criminal and DUI defense attorney.

Contact Attorney Weisenburger now at 330-296-8000 for a quote and a free consultation.

Legal Help, Tools and Resources for Criminal and DUI Cases

We have designed our website to serve as a legal resource center for criminal defense and DUI information. We encourage you to browse through it and contact Attorney Weisenburger with any legal questions you have concerning criminal or DUI charges.

We put together a series of video clips designed to provide you with vital information on a wide range of topics on criminal and DUI defense. Some of these might be especially helpful if you are in a situation where you can't reach a lawyer and are in need of immediate answers.

From the boxes on the upper right side of this page, you can quickly access information on:

We realize how important it is for you to have confidence in your lawyer's legal knowledge and trial skills. Contact us know to schedule a free consultation with Attorney Weisenburger regarding your criminal or DUI case in Portage County or Summit County, OH.

Specific Criminal Charges

Elsewhere, you can access information about the laws, penalties and legal system in Ohio. You can also review how these topics apply to specific criminal charges such as felony, misdemeanor, DUI/OVI, DUS, Traffic, drug and sex offenses, white collar crime and internet crime, theft, and domestic violence to name a few. Keep in mind however that each case is unique.

Law Offices Located in Ravenna and Stow

Ravenna OfficeAttorney Weisenburger represents clients charged with criminal offenses or DUIs across Northeast Ohio, including, but not limited to, Portage County and Summit County. Our firm has law offices in Ravenna and Stow. He routinely handles criminal and DUI charges in the following courts:

Portage County, Ohio

Summit County, Ohio

Contact Weisenburger Law Offices at 330-296-8000 (Ravenna office) or 330-686-2890 (Stow Office) or via email. We offer free, confidential consultations and we quote fees right over the phone.

 

 

 

Videos A series of video-clips designed to give you vital information.
What we Can do for You Our first goal in a criminal case is to explore the possibility of getting the charges dismissed.
Choose the Right Lawyer It's the first and most important decision you must make...
Suspected of a Crime? What to do and what are the most common mistakes you must avoid at all cost?
Ohio Revised Code All crimes in Ohio are strictly defined by law...
Courthouse Info Access information on Portage and Summit County Courts