A graduate of the Harvard University Law School, Engel has spent the majority of his career working to protect the public.
Joshua Adam Engel is a dynamic legal mind with extensive experience in criminal and public safety law. Adam Engel has the experience and knowledge necessary to provide effective and experienced representation in criminal matters ranging from domestic violence or DUI defense to rape, murder and complex computer crimes.
Joshua Adam Engel has experience in both the trial and appellate levels in a wide range of serious felony offenses, including stalking, drug trafficking, felonious assault, sexual assault, hacking and computer fraud, and Internet sex crimes. Engel also has experience in Fourth Amendment and Fifth Amendment issues, and had published law review articles on recent search and seizure and Miranda issues.
In addition to representing clients through trial, Engel is an experienced appellate counsel who has represented clients before the Ohio Courts of Appeals and the Ohio Supreme Court.
Adam Engel will work to help personal and corporate client explore all options and minimize exposure to punishment at every stage of a criminal proceeding. This includes investigations, pre-indictment, plea negotiations and, if necessary, trial and appeal.
If you have been charged with a serious felony offense or a misdemeanor, or have been convicted and are contemplating an appeal, you should consider seeking advice and representation from an experienced attorney. Engel is available for consultation on evening and weekends.
Suspended for term means an attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.
Joshua’s comment: “Engel was disciplined by the Ohio Supreme Court for an incident in 2010 involving the interception of emails at the Ohio Department of Public Safety. The Hearing Committee noted that witnesses testified to Engel’s “honesty, integrity, and dedication” and noted “ample evidence of his past public service.” Justice Lundberg Stratton, who wrote that shesaw “no justice” in the penalty imposed.”
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Meritorious Service||Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association||2007|
|Scholarship for Public Service||Harry S Truman Foundation||1992|
|Partner||Engel & Martin, LLC||2015 - Present|
|Vice President and General Counsel||Lycurgus Group, LLC||2010 - Present|
|Of Counsel||Michael K. Allen & Associates||2013 - 2015|
|Chief Legal Counsel||Ohio Department of Public Safety||2007 - 2010|
|Assistant Prosecuting Attorney||Warren County Prosecuting Attorney's Office||2002 - 2007|
|Assistant District Attorney||Middlesex County District Attorney's Office||2001 - 2002|
|Associate Attorney||Choate Hall & Stewart||1995 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Ohio State Bar Association||N/A|
|Whittier Law Review||RETHINKING THE APPLICATION OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT TO PASSWORDS AND ENCRYPTION IN THE AGE OF CLOUD COMPUTING||2012|
|University of Memphis Law Review||Doctrinal Collapse: Smart Phones Cause Courts to Reconsider Fourth Amendment Searches of Electronic Devices||2010|
|Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest||Courts Re-Examine the Application of Goldfinger-Era Electronic Tracking Cases to Law Enforcement Use of GPS Tracking Devices.||2010|
|Seton Hall Circuit Review||Frequent Flyers at the Court: The Supreme Court Begins to Take the Experience of Criminal Defendants into Account in Miranda Cases||2010|
|Harvard University Law School||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|University of Pennsylvania||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1992|
|Legal Tech West Coast||Social Media and E-Discovery. Criminal Investigation Perspective||2011|
|Ohio Attorney General's Office Law Enforcement Conference||Miranda and Sixth Amendment Update||2010|
|Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association||Ohio Supreme Court Update||2009|
|Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association||Ohio Supreme Court Update||2008|
|Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association||Winning Domestic Violence Cases: The Use of Evidence Based Prosecutions and Stalking Charges||2006|
|Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association||Countering the "Virtual Pornography" Defense in Child Pornography Prosecutions||2005|
|Ohio Attorney General's Two Days in May Conference||Domestic Violence and Stalking||2005|
|Law Enforcement Training||Miranda||N/A|
|Annual Meeting||Fourth Amendment||N/A|
|Annual Conference||Supreme Court Update||N/A|
|Michael Carswell||Won on appeal|
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March 16, 2011