A Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge has acquitted Evan’s and his co-counsel Gregg Slemmer’s client on three charges, including two counts of murder. The primary issue in the case was self-defense (of a residence), and Evan and Gregg successfully argued over a two day bench trial this week that Ohio’s “Stand Your Ground” lawContinue reading “NOT GUILTY ON MURDER CHARGES”
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Mr. Lewis is excited and pleased to announce that on September 1, 2019, his daughter, Haley K. Lewis, Esq. joined the firm as Of Counsel. She will focus her practice on business consultation and litigation as well as Appellate advocacy. Welcome Haley!
Justices Step In, Command ‘Rare’ Case Dismissal
Successfully sued Franklin County Court of Appeals in the Ohio Supreme Court, obtaining writs of prohibition and mandamus ordering Court of Appeals to dismiss an appeal filed by a vexatious litigator.
Flats on Houk Approved; Proposed Delaware Apartments Developer Wants Reset May File Suit
Obtained substantial zoning density increase for Developer client, reversing city council opposition by the threat of litigation.
Student Sues Ohio State on Free Speech Grounds
Sued The Ohio State University on First Amendment grounds, forcing favorable settlement for political candidate desiring to electioneer on campus locations.
$900k-plus Civil Verdict Issued
Obtained a nearly One Million Dollar verdict in a civil fraud case arising from his client’s being defrauded in conjunction with purchase of a Canton, Ohio insurance agency.
Judge Forces the City to Approve Drive-Through
Successfully sued city, securing ruling from Judge that city’s action in refusing to re-zone property for a drive-thru facility was illegal.
Organization Folds After History of Rouge Fundraising; Sheriff Gets First Check From 2000 Civil Suit
Served as Court-Appointed Receiver, uncovering fraudulent practices by and closing down national charitable organization.
Treatment Center Gets OK to Stay, Offer Classes
Successfully obtained Temporary Restraining Order against city, enabling client to establish business in a district that city argued was not properly zoned for said use.
Open-records Law Broken, Anonymous Man Tells Court
Orchestrated lawsuit against township and trustee for violation of public records act, serving as “John Doe” Plaintiff in conjunction with zoning dispute.