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I was charged with a DUI and Pat was very helpful in getting my case reduced to a Physical Control charge, all within a... more
Cleveland  Patrick David Quinn

Patrick Quinn

Cleveland, OH DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 8.6
Atty. Heinzelman is an amzing attorney. I was always kept up to date on any happenings with my case. She was so... more
Cleveland  Megan K. Heinzelman

Megan Heinzelman

Port Washington, WI Family
Avvo rating 7.6
Jennifer handled a business transaction for me several months back. She was extremely professional and knowledgeable... more
Cleveland  Jennifer Lee Elbenni

Jennifer Elbenni

Mishawaka, IN Banking
Avvo rating 6.6
Arkady has lots of experience in any type of credit card case. My son was accused of stealing cards and attempting to... more
Cleveland  Arkady Bukh

Arkady Bukh

New York, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Ms. Andi Geloo, Wow, what can I say about this women, words can't express, she is outstanding, on top of her stuff,... more
Cleveland  Andaleeb Geloo Esq.

Andaleeb Geloo

Fairfax, VA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.5
I found Kathy Baker-Bowen in the Yellow Pages over 10 years ago when I was getting divorced. Not only did she do an... more
Cleveland  Kathy M. Baker-Bowen

Kathy Baker-Bowen

Taylorville, IL Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.3
I have the higest respect for Christioper Benson, his knowlage of the law and helping you understand it in plain... more
Cleveland  Christopher A. Benson

Christopher Benson

Federal Way, WA Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 8.6
From the minute I placed a call to Michael's law office, I was very impressed with the immediate communication I... more
Cleveland  Michael R. Bartish

Michael Bartish

Grand Rapids, MI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0

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The neighborhood of Ohio City was once an economic rival of Cleveland. In 1836, this rivalry reached the boiling point. By constructing a new bridge at Columbus Street and removing an old one at Center Street, Cleveland diverted merchant traffic towards Cleveland and away from Ohio City. What followed was the Bridge War.

Nearly 1,000 Ohio City inhabitants attempted to destroy the Columbus Street Bridge, and were opposed by the Cleveland militia. Amazingly, only two people were injured.

The fighting stopped when the county sheriff intervened and obtained a court order against further interference. After much discussion, a new bridge was constructed at Center Street to replace the old one.