As former prosecutors, the criminal attorneys at Engel & Martin, LLC bring a unique 360 degree perspective to handling criminal matters.
Our firm’s goal is to advance and protect our clients’ interests in the most cost-effective manner possible.
We have helped revise the protection order forms used in every Ohio courthouse and speak on domestic violence and protection order issues.
Engel & Martin is recognized nationally as a leader in representing students facing sexual misconduct allegations on campus.
Experienced former prosecutors, trial lawyers, and appellate advocates.
The attorneys at Engel & Martin write and speak on cutting edge legal issues.
When police officers are in trouble, they come to Engel & Martin, LLC.
“I know . . . Engel to be professional, dedicated, and ethical.”
“Engel’s advice has been thoughtful, informed, and ethical.”
“From the first phone conversation . . ., I had a prevailing sense of security and comfort knowing we had Josh [Engel] and Anne [Tamashasky] in our corner. . . My son was falsely accused of [allegation omitted for privacy], but was vindicated through the legal efforts and expertise of Engel & Martin.”
“I am appreciative, deeply, for the services. I know Anne [Tamashasky] worked hard. I’ve heard from court-staff how she was a gladiator . . .”
“Mary, Thank you for all of your hard work and effort. Our family greatly appreciates it.”
It is [the accused student’s] good fortune to have as their attorney Josh Engel, whose practice is largely centered on suing universities . . . on behalf of plaintiffs who faced discipline for sexual misconduct by campus disciplinary proceedings
Engel & Martin has filed a lawsuit against the Mayor of the City of Lebanon, Amy Brewer, alleging that she has unconstitutionally ‘blocked’ members of the public from her Facebook page. A Facebook Page is a public forum and
The United States Education has rescinded key guidance documents governing campus sexual assault. By repealing the 2011 “Dear Colleague Letter,” the Department of Education took action to roll back a system that, at many schools, was criticized from treating accused students unfairly.
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