Significant Cases from Ohio's First District Court of Appeals

This CLE is presented by the Hon. Lee Hildebrandt, Jr., Judge on the Ohio First District Court of Appeals, covering Hamilton County and the entire Cincinnati area. The CLE covers significant case in civil litigation, including torts, damages, domestic relations, attorney fees awards, contracts and civil procedure. Constitutional law and Civil preemption, medical malpractice, contempt of court and debtor creditor decisions are also covered under the recent case from the First District Court of Appeals.

Criminal cases covered included evidence related to OVI charges, sentencing issues, post-release control of inmates, Miranda warnings, criminal venue, and community control.

In juvenile court, Miranda rights and search and seizure are covered. The Court of Appeals also has certain original action authority, and a recent mandamus action is also discussed.

7 part video, duration of 01:01:00.
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State Due Date Credit Information
Kentucky 6/30/2018 Kentucky Bar Association approved this course for 1.00 CLE Hour(s) of type General.

Judge Lee H. Hildebrandt, Jr.

Judge Lee H. Hildebrandt, Jr.

Judge Lee H. Hildebrandt, Jr. was elected to the Court in 1984 at the age of 37. He was re-elected in 1990 and again in 1996.

Judge Hildebrandt received his B.A. degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1969, and his J.D. degree from the University of Toledo in 1972. Upon admission to the bar in 1972, Judge Hildebrandt was in private practice until be became as Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor in 1978. He then served as a Referee in the Domestic Relations Court until taking his seat on the Appellate Bench.

Judge Hildebrandt has been and continues to be active in numerous professional and community organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of ProKids of Cincinnati, as President of the Lawyer's Club of Cincinnati, and as Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals Judges Association. He and his wife, Barbara, reside in Cincinnati.

$25.00 includes all states listed