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Marty Hubbell of Diehl & Hubbell, LLC, has been named to the Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Stars list as one of the top attorneys in Ohio for 2012. This is the third time Marty has been honored with this distinction. No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected to the list. Super Lawyers is a ...

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We are pleased to announce that McGuire A. Griffin, a 2012 graduate of the University of Cincinnati, College of Law, has been named as an associate at the law firm of Diehl & Hubbell, LLC. In November, Mr. Griffin was admitted to the Ohio Bar. He will have a general practice of law and will represent clients from Dayton to ...

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Diehl & Hubbell successfully argued that a trial court must inform a defendant of certain potential consequences at the time of sentencing. The Ohio Supreme Court’s decision reversed the Twelfth District Court of Appeals. The appellate court originally denied the requested relief under the ripeness doctrine.

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Marty Hubbell has been selected as a member of The National Trial Lawyers Association: Top 40 under 40. He is one of only 40 trial lawyers to be chosen for membership into the association. Membership into this top young trial attorney organization is by invitation only and extended exclusively to those individuals who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership. ...

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Tom Diehl’s work, “Your Ohio Motor Vehicle Accident Claim: Seven Big Mistakes to Avoid” has been recently published. This book discusses many important areas of Ohio injury law. It has information on many subjects, including: Avoiding costly mistakes that can ruin your injury claim and surprising things about Ohio injury law. Call us at 513.932.2121 or stop by the office ...

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Amelia is one of many Ohio municipalities that has created a Mayor’s Court. This Court hears traffic cases, OVI (or DUI), driving under suspension (DUS), and other misdemeanors. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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With a population of 6,284 people, the village of Milford has created a Mayor’s Court to hear traffic, OVI, DUI, DUS, and other misdemeanor cases. Ohio municipalities of all sizes house Mayor’s Courts. Mayor’s Courts are presided over by a Magistrate.

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