If you are facing a legal challenge, you may feel overcome, angry, or frightened – especially if you have never been in trouble with the law before. First and foremost, you are looking for an attorney with experience defending against the specific crime you have been charged with. Equally important but sometimes overlooked is how your attorney will treat you throughout the defense process. Cleveland Attorney Adam VanHo is committed to treating his clients with respect and understanding. He will work diligently to achieve the best result for your case.
Adam VanHo earned his JD degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University. VanHo worked as a prosecutor prior for almost a decade before entering private practice. He worked both as an Assistant Attorney General and as a special prosecutor in Summit and Jefferson counties. He views his experience as a prosecutor as extremely valuable because of the insight into the legal process that he has gained as a result. He puts that insight to work every day as a defense attorney.
Attorney Adam VanHo is licensed to practice before all state courts in Ohio; the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio; the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit; the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; and the United States Supreme Court.
Adam VanHo loves Ohio and has devoted his career to its citizens. He has spent his life here and is familiar with the issues Ohioans face. Because he has also spent his career in the state, he possesses a comprehensive knowledge of the law and various court systems. VanHo has experience representing individuals with a variety of legal needs that include:
It is a point of pride for Mr. VanHo to provide a personalized experience to his clients. While good customer service may sound like common sense, some larger firms pass cases to junior attorneys or paralegals after you have signed on the dotted line. That won’t happen with Adam VanHo.
Adam is a native of northeast Ohio. He and his family live in Akron’s historic Firestone Park neighborhood, where they are members of the First United Methodist Church in Cuyahoga Falls.
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