To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
David L. Engler has litigated highly complex civil rights, domestic relations, probate and criminal matters. His reputation is as a skilled courtroom litigator that fights for his clients. He is a former County Commissioner, City Councilman and current long-time County School Board member. He is admitted into the federal courts in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. He is currently litigating both civil rights matters in Kentucky and a complex custody case in North Carolina. He has represented clients in European civil disputes, negotiated a record deal for a top R&B group and once represented the one-time biggest white collar criminal in federal court for a sentence reduction based upon a change in the banking codes. Engler has also litigated multiple jail hanging cases where the local officials were deliberately indifferent. Engler brings the same fierce loyalty to client in each of his cases.
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