Euclid is a Cuyahoga County city that was the birthplace of the Thompson submachine gun and the cordless telephone, is home to the National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame, and Softball Hall of Fame. As such a standout community, Euclid is a diverse city that is comprised of many ethnic groups. The large Slovenian population have manifested in a number of street names like Drenik, Grdina, and Recher.
Euclid’s diverse population also boasts a number of lawyers who are well seasoned with local court experience. Lawyers in Euclid litigate a broad spectrum of cases including real estate, bankruptcy, divorce, DUI, and wrongful termination cases among others.
Recently in Euclid, Chetania Davis stabbed a fellow exotic dancer repeatedly in the face because she didn’t think the club needed any more dancers. The victim, 52, had just started at the club when she was attacked in the dressing room. Davis was sentenced to 6 months of probation after the judge suspended the 6 month jail sentence.
There are numerous courts with which to file in Ohio but the highest trial level court is the Court of Common Pleas. The Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas takes many different kinds of cases but has exclusive jurisdiction over domestic relations, mental health, probate, and juvenile cases. The U.S. Immigration Court in Cleveland is responsible for handling visa and citizenship issues.
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