Attorney Dan Weisenburger practices exclusively in the field of criminal defense, with an emphasis on representing individuals accused of felony offenses and DUI/OVI. His primary law office in Portage County is located in Downtown Ravenna, a 90-second walk from the Portage County courthouse. His Summit County office is located in the City of Stow at Ross Commons, less than 5 minutes from Stow Municipal Court.
After graduating from law school and passing the Ohio bar in 1981, Mr. Weisenburger continued to serve as a municipal court prosecutor for several years, establishing a reputation as a tough, formidable opponent in the courtroom. Since leaving the prosecutor’s office, Mr. Weisenburger has concentrated on criminal defense litigation, using his vast experience to defend clients throughout Northeast Ohio.
Over the years, Mr. Weisenburger built a substantial criminal defense practice, skillfully defending thousands of clients and litigating charges in hundreds of criminal trials. He knows the local courts, the judges, the prosecutors and the intricacies of the criminal courts in Portage County, Summit County, and a few other courts in Northeast Ohio. His expertise in the field of criminal law has evolved from personal experience in the courtroom.
Attorney Weisenburger is nationally certified as a Criminal Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy .
He is the only Portage County lawyer certified as a Criminal Trial Specialist, and one of a handful among Ohio lawyers.
Mr. Weisenburger maintains a well-trained and knowledgeable staff including three Associates, Attorneys Heather Johnston and Rachel Dodds, Domestic Relations Paralegal Mallory, Criminal case Paralegal Rachel, Discovery Clerk Amanda and Office Manager Francoise.
On a side note, Mr. Weisenburger is an avid sports fan and coached children from Ravenna Baseball Little League for twenty years. Some of his local students describe him as a very dedicated and talented coach, the best coach they ever had.
Mr. Weisenburger also supports the protection of the environment and reforestation through his membership in the Arbor Day Foundation.