“I understand that the outcome of your case will decide you and your family's future so I give 110% into each and every case I take on. I am a firm believer in winning and I pledge to work hard and never stop fighting the good cause.”

- Megan Patituce

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Megan M. Patituce

Partner / Former Prosecutor
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Attorney Megan Patituce is a partner at Patituce & Associates. She received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in Physics before attending Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Megan is licensed to practice in the State of Ohio, the United States Supreme Court, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Courts for both the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Megan has been practicing since 2006 and accepted her first position with the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office handling cases ranging from drugs to homicide. Megan left prosecution has been practicing as a criminal defense attorney with Patituce & Associates since 2011.

Megan handles not only select active-stage criminal cases, but also case matters arising after conviction including a focus on appellate and post-conviction remedies. Her collaborative approach to case management allows for the inclusion of varied insights into cases, especially those unique to the client. Her scientific background lends itself to critical case reviews and detail-oriented analysis. Each case demands thorough consideration, unique problem solving, and honest communication.

Education
  • B.S. Physics The Ohio State University - Undergraduate School
  • J.D. Cleveland Marshall College of Law - Graduate School
Bar Admissions
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • State of Ohio (Up to the Supreme Court of Ohio)
  • United States Trademark and Patent Attorney
  • United States Federal Court – Northern District of Ohio
  • United States Federal Court – Southern District of Ohio
  • United States Federal Court – 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
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  • Best Lawyers in America
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  • DUIDLA
  • Avvo 10.0
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
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Client Testimonials
  • Professional, courteous, knowledgeable and tough.

    “Joe's team, especially our attorney, Ashley did a great job of defending my son against a serious assault charge. They were with us every step of the way through a very intimidating legal process, ...”

    - Patricia
  • I owe my future Patituce & Associates

    “I recently was charged with a DUI that could have ruined my career, my relationship with my family, and my personal relationship. I am so thankful that I called Patituce & Associates, and my attorney ...”

    - Andrew
  • He saved my son

    “I am so very glad that I hired them to defend my son. They were prompt, professional, and caring. At first I was a little worried that one of the bigger firms in Ohio wouldn't be personable, they were ...”

    - LaToya
  • Great advocate in a hard situation

    “I hired Joe and his team after consulting with two other attorneys. Joe was fair and I appreciated his honesty in the consultation process. He was able to convince the court to have my breath test ...”

    - Banes
  • Highly Recommend lawyer

    “I was charged with an extreme DUI BAC of over .3. Joe was able to successfully argue that the fault of the BAC was due to the hospital using alcohol on the needles and my arm when drawing my blood and ...”

    - Brandon
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Real Results

Recent Victories
  • Significant Reduction, Probation Aggravated Burglary: State v. Boscarello, Cuyahoga County
  • Plea and Record Aggravated Theft: State v. Bailey, Cuyahoga
  • Not Guilty at Trial Attempted Murder/Felonious Assault: State v. Brandon Betliskey
  • Case Dismissed Child Pornography: State v. J.S. (A juvenile) Youngstown
  • Not Guilty at Trial Domestic Violence: Rocky River v. D.F.
  • Charges Dismissed Drug Trafficking: State v. Beckwith, Cuyahoga County
  • Charges Dismissed Drug Trafficking: State v. Bittner, Lorain County
  • Evidence Suppressed, State Lost the Appeal DUI / OVI: City of Cleveland v. Oles
  • Case Dismissed DUI / OVI: Cleveland v. Al-Nazer (2012 TRC 040781)
  • Case Dismissed DUI/OVI w. a weapon: State v. Al-Nazer (Cuyahoga Case No. 13-575491)
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