Andrew Barde is originally from Dayton, OH. He received his Bachelor's of Arts in... more
Andrew Barde is originally from Dayton, OH. He received his Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. In 2011 Andrew graduated with honors from the University of Toledo College of Law. In law school Andrew served as a note and comment editor on the University of Toledo Law Review. In addition, he completed internships with the Supreme Court of Ohio, Lucas County... view profile
Del Weldon is a Partner at Zerbe Garner Blondell & Weldon, LLP and focuses his... more
Del Weldon is a Partner at Zerbe Garner Blondell & Weldon, LLP and focuses his practice on Trial Work and Litigation. He is experienced in Criminal Defense with an emphasis on OWI/DUI Defense, Personal Injury, and CHINS Defense. He is an experienced trial attorney, winning verdicts at jury trials and bench trials. He is also a skilled negotiator, securing plea agreements and forcing dismissa... view profile
Doug Garner graduated from University of Cincinnati Law School in 1991, and spent... more
Doug Garner graduated from University of Cincinnati Law School in 1991, and spent three years as a contract Public Defender in Hamilton County. In 1994, he established a private practice in Dearborn County, Indiana and was a Public Defender in the Dearborn County Superior Court from 1994 through 2001. Since 2001, Doug has continued his private practice focusing on social security and criminal... view profile
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