Joseph Hada is a defense attorney operating in and around Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Hada dedicates his practice to the defense of charges relating to OVI/DUI, Criminal and Traffic offenses. He is deeply rooted in Northeast Ohio and built a reputation as a strong advocate for his clients. Mr. Hada is a DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney serving Northeast Ohio.If you are in need of representation, he is available 24 hours a day and you can call to speak with him anytime.
Mr. Hada graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Heidelberg University and went on to receive his J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He began his career as a public defender in Lake County, Ohio, representing juveniles and adult defendants accused of all type of criminal offenses, including high-level felony trials, until transitioning into his private practice in 2012. As a member of many national and local professional associations that provide the best resources for DUI Defense, Mr. Hada has attended NHTSA DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement training as well as having completed training in the physiology, theory, and operation of infrared breath alcohol testing instruments. In 2018, he became a member of the American Chemical Society, specifically the Chemistry and the Law Division earned The ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer-Scientist Designation.
Mr. Hada frequently presents at legal education seminars across Ohio on topics including DUI defense, criminal defense, and the use of technology in the legal field. He continues to research and pursue innovative defense strategies for his clients.
Using Advanced Tech to Challenge Field Sobriety Tests
This is a demonstration of how an advanced DUI attorney can use Hudl Technique or a similar app to analyze and attack field sobriety tests. Hudl Techinique allows you to work with a video similar to how a tv sports announcer might analyze a sporting event on tv and gives you many tools to defend your clients and make your case to the judge or jury.