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Cincinnati Chapter 7 Lawyer for Bankruptcy Protection, OVI Defense, and Serious Motor Vehicle Charges



H. Leon Hewitt has always had a passion to be of service to others. Over his 16 years of legal practice he recognizes that every case is different with its own set of problems but also its own set of solutions. Attorney Hewitt believes that listening is a skill that is key to helping clients achieve their goals. He will always be a fierce advocate in representing your case and believes in positive client outcome.



Prior to entering the field of law, he worked for over twenty years as a licensed pharmacist. He has volunteered his time as a Big Brother and literacy partner at his church. Mr. Hewitt served as Vice-President and Treasurer for the Black Law Student Association at the University of Dayton School of Law and the Cincinnati Pharmaceutical Association. He holds memberships in the Cincinnati Bar Association and the Federal Bar, Southern District of Ohio. Attorney Hewitt has a J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law and a B.S. from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Michigan.



His practice areas are: Divorce/Custody, Bankruptcy, OVI/DWI, Criminal Law and Civil Litigation.


How I Serve Clients

I help clients in often traumatic times in their lives, such as when they are suffering from crushing debt or if they are charged with a serious traffic violation, such as a DUI. 


Regardless of whether you’re facing overwhelming debt or a criminal offense, I’m here to help you – not judge. 


When you retain me, I will give you my full dedication and commitment to achieving your objectives.  In cases of financial hardship, I’ll work with you to explain your options, and, once you have chosen a path (which may be filing for bankruptcy protection), I will represent you vigorously in helping to achieve the best outcome so that you can move forward.


In cases of serious criminal charges involving motor vehicles, I challenge the prosecution at every point.  I seek dismissal of charges when there is not sufficient legally admissible evidence.  I question witnesses, oppose the prosecution’s theory of the case, and challenge the evidence that they may seek to introduce.  If you have been charged with a serious crime involving vehicle use, such as an OVI, please contact me so that I may begin working to protect you. 


Likewise, if you’ve been charged with a less serious matter – such as speeding – please call me as my firm is often able to help secure a better result than would be the case by paying the ticket or pleading guilty to the charge.


While no attorney can promise a favorable outcome, having an experienced attorney in your corner is almost always the best option rather than proceeding alone without legal counsel.


H. Leon Hewitt, RPH,
Esq, LPA
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