Stories & Strategies

Musings on how to lawyer, reports on thought-provoking cases, and rants on the current state of the legal profession by Jay Milano, a nationally known criminal defense lawyer in Cleveland, Ohio.

"At The Discretion of The Chair" is an opinion piece published in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal in June 2021.
"What if...?" is an opinion piece published in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal in January 2022.
It is necessary for Ohio attorneys to exercise special care in document filings to protect themselves, their clients, and third
It is a lawyer's duty to engage in civilized confrontation, not only with their adversaries but also with the judge.
Whether you are already experienced in challenging the validity and reliability of alcohol breath test results, or are just beginning
The language of recently-enacted R.C. § 5503.101 is clear and unequivocal – LEADS reports are now among the material discoverable
Attorney Kate Pruchnicki was selected as a 2019 Ohio Rising Star by SuperLawyers Magazine. Kate practices throughout Northeast Ohio, primarily
Read the story of Attorney K. Ronald Bailey, a criminal defense attorney from Sandusky, Ohio, who spent thirty days in
On July 4, 2013, Anna Louise Rooney was riding a bicycle to her Chillicothe, Ohio home when she was struck
Under Ohio law, OVIs range from first-degree misdemeanors (the most serious misdemeanor) to third-degree felony offenses. The most serious misdemeanor-level

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