Douglas S. Weigle

Licensed for 41 years

Practice Area: Immigration Law, Federal Law, Civil and Criminal Trials

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Douglas S. Weigle


Credit cards accepted, Fixed hourly rates, Fixed fees available

Serving Cincinnati, OH view address

Associate at firm Bartlett & Weigle Co., L.P.A.

Serving Cincinnati, OH view address

Credit cards accepted, Fixed hourly rates, Fixed fees available

Awards AV Preeminent

About Douglas S. Weigle

Omicron Delta Kappa. Co-editor: "Process & Procedures - A Guide To Visa Processing At U.S. Consultants And Embassies," Ninth Edition, AILA, 2004, ISBN, 1-57370-122-X.

Areas of Law

  • Immigration Law
  • Federal Law
  • Civil and Criminal Trials

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      Admission Details
      Admitted in 1976, Ohio and U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
      1977, Kentucky, U.S. Tax Court and U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
      1979, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
      1980, U.S. Supreme Court
      Credit Cards Accepted
      Additional Payment Information
      Fixed hourly rates
      Fixed fees available
      Law School Attended
      Northern Kentucky University
      Class of 1976
      University Attended
      Bowling Green State University
      Class of 1972
      Birth Information
      Born in 1950
      Cincinnati, Ohio, August 15, 1950
      Associations & Memberships
      Cincinnati (Chairman, Criminal Law Committee, 1985-1987), Kentucky, Northern Kentucky and Federal (President, Cincinnati Chapter, 1997-1998
      Chair, Immigration Law Section, 2003-2005)
      ) Bar Associations
      American Immigration Lawyers Association (Chair, Ohio Chapter, 1985-1989
      Director, 1991-1994).
      Representative Cases
      Leonid Petkiewytsch v. INS 945F2nd 871 USCA 6th Circuit, 1991 (Limited Application of the Holtzman Amendment)