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  • We've Grown and Moved (Again) ... about 50 feet.

    For those of you who remember, we had to move in December when a fire chased us out of our office in downtown Akron. As a result, we moved to historic downtown Hudson . Why Hudson? It was convenient to both our clients in Cleveland ( Cuyahoga ) and Akron ( Summit ) counties. Hudson also is linked to several freeways which make it able for us to easily serve clients in other counties in northeast ...
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  • Attorney Adam VanHo on WKYC Discussing Speed Cameras

    Attorney Adam VanHo was on Channel 3 (WKYC NBC-Cleveland) last night discussing the use of speed/traffic enforcement cameras in East Cleveland. As discusses in the article, under the current Ohio law, speed and traffic cameras are required to be manned by police officers; however, East Cleveland officials, who filed a brief with the Ohio Supreme Court stating their city's dependence on traffic ...
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  • BIG Changes Coming Soon!

    As you will notice in the upcoming weeks, Attorney Adam VanHo has formed his own law office. In the upcoming weeks, this website will be transformed (by our wonderful friends at Scorpion ) to VanHoLaw.com. We will continue to offer insight and analysis into the law, as well as provide you with information about the new VanHo Law! If you're looking for Attorney VanHo, his new office is in historic ...
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  • What You Need To Know About The Wayne County Municipal Court

    The Wayne County Municipal Court covers all of Wayne County, Ohio. It has two locations: the main courthouse in Wooster and Orville. For directions to the Wooster courthouse, click here . For directions to the Orville courthouse, which is located inside Orville City Hall, click here . The Court is served by two judges, Judge Carol White Millhoan and Judge Timothy VanSickle , who are elected to ...
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  • Remember to Vote Today!

    Remember: Today is Election Day! In order for democracy to work, we must participate and vote in our elections. Below are some links to help you decide who you should be casting your ballot for on this Election Day. Remember that polls in Ohio will be open from 6:30AM until 7:30PM. Akron Area League of Women Voters 2014 Voter's Guide Akron Bar Association Judicial Candidate Reviews Akron Beacon ...
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  • Why Judges Matter and Why You Need to Vote

    I often have people tell me how they don't vote for judges -- or that they play the name game, voting for whichever "Mc" or "O'" appears on the ballot. When I ask them why they don't research who they are voting for, the most common answer I hear is 'I'm not a lawyer, so why do I care?' This is absolutely the wrong attitude to take. Often times, judges impact our lives in ways that we never ...
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  • Early Voting Is In Full Swing! Learn About The Issues And Candidates!

    EARLY VOTING HAS BEGUN! In order for democracy to work, we must participate and vote in our elections. Below are some links to help you decide who you should be casting your ballot for on Election Day. Remember that polls in Ohio will be open from 6:30AM until 7:30PM on Election Day, but that you can already vote through early voting. Akron Area League of Women Voters 2014 Voter's Guide Akron Bar ...
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  • Attorney Adam VanHo's Experiment in Blogging

    After spending the better part of the last four decades giving my opinion on just about every topic -- from the law, politics, society, the environment, Springsteen, Mellencamp, Cleveland sports teams and recipes for the grill -- I have formally decided to enter the Blogosphere. Usually my opinions have been limited to those people who are within the sound of my voice, but in recent years, have ...
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  • Appeals: The Final Frontier (Or The Role Of Appellate Courts And How They Work)

    "Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before." -Opening lines to Star Trek Many people believe that a criminal ends once the trial judge pounds his or her gavel. False. While the news cameras and reporters may go away, and ...
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