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Ep. 29 Recap – Joe Triscaro

Joe Triscaro is the principal of the law firm Triscaro & Associates, a firm specializing in personal injury, medical malpractice and business litigation.

Highlights from this episode include:

*Joe’s experiences arguing in front of The Supreme Court of Ohio

*the highs and lows of litigation

*the lengthy trial process and array of claims and filings issued until a case actually closes

*the joys of mentoring sons in wrestling and the importance of childhood athletics

*the mentality needed to succeed in the roller coaster world of trials and litigation

*the types of cases that Joe specializes in and his current and future professional plans

www.triscarolaw.com

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Ep. 27 Recap – Eric Synenberg

Eric Synenberg is a criminal defense and estate planning attorney, city councilman, and half marathon runner.

Highlights from this episode include:

*Eric’s path from college to law school to legal counsel at State of Ohio Treasurer’s office and ultimately to now criminal lawyer and city councilman

*Becoming a parent and the nerve-wrecking realities of leaving hospital with a newborn child

*Eric’s running regimen and history of past half marathons

*Tips for preparing for the upcoming Rite Aid Cleveland half marathon

*Mentality required to succeed on race day

*The importance of hydration and the motivation of music during the run

*A brief story from my college days about some life-changing advice I was given from one of Eric’s prior colleagues and now current municipal judge

*Eric’s focus in law and issues he regularly handles as one of the city’s newest council members

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Ep. 6 Recap – Greg Gentile

Need a DUI attorney or know someone who does?  Then look no further than one of Ohio’s brightest and aggressive attorneys, Greg Gentile.  Greg specializes in OVI and drug-related criminal defense matters.  He has been working with clients in this arena for over 12 years and continues to make a name for himself in Northeast Ohio.

I am fascinated by Greg’s professional experiences and found our conversation to be insightful and informative.  There are many scenarios one may be faced with when being pulled over, especially after having consumed alcohol.  How you handle yourself in those situations may be the difference between a severe punishment or a mere slap-on-the-wrist.  What I learned from Greg is that each situation is different and that you must use your best judgment to not incriminate yourself under the circumstances.  If in doubt, always remember that the only thing you need to provide is your name/identity and also must remove yourself from your vehicle if the officer demands that you do.  Everything else from there on out allows you to practice your fifth amendment right and simply remain silent to avoid self-incrimination.

For more on Greg and his practice, visit www.gregorygentile.com.

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