Category: Criminal Defense

Supreme Court Permits Warrantless Blood Test In Drunk Driving Case

Supreme Court Permits Warrantless Blood Test In Drunk Driving Case

The United States Supreme Court has held that a warrantless blood test conducted on an unconscious driver does not violate the driver’s Fourth Amendment rights.   The case is Mitchell v. Wisconsin. In this case, upon receiving a report of

Engel Explains: The Trump-Comey “Tapes” and the Anti-Shredding Law

Engel Explains:  The Trump-Comey “Tapes” and the Anti-Shredding Law

Donald Trump has suggested that he has tapes on conversations in the White House, perhaps even the oval office. James Comey better hope that there are no “tapes” of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press! —

Supreme Court DUI/OVI/Drunk Driving Decision

Supreme Court DUI/OVI/Drunk Driving Decision

The Supreme Court of the United States recently issued an opinion in a OVI/DUI/Drunk Driving case that will affect drivers in Ohio.  Birchfield v. North Dakota, 579 U.S. ____  (2016). Opinion by:  Mary Martin In an analysis of three

Engel Video in Dayton Daily: Campus Sexual Assault Cases Should Be Entrusted to Disinterested Third Parties

Joshua Engel was featured in a Dayton Daily News video on the problem of campus sexual assault and Title IX.  The video was part of a special report by the newspaper. Engel’s work is mentioned in the newspaper: Engel

Engel Representing UC Football Player

Engel Representing UC Football Player

Joshua Adam Engel is representing a UC Football player charged with a misdemeanor criminal offense. From Fox 19: A former University of Cincinnati football player is facing charges after he threatened physical violence during an altercation with an Uber

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