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Kenneth R. Bailey, J.D.


Ken Bailey joined the firm to assist in the expediting and expanding of client services. Mr. Bailey graduated law school from the University of Akron, School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctor, as well as a Certificate in Litigation.

Mr. Bailey most regularly works as an accident attorney, divorce attorney, and criminal defense lawyer.

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From 2017-2018, Mr. Bailey served as President of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Since 2015, Mr. Bailey served as the organization’s Technology Chair.

Mr. Bailey received training on the Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) and Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE), as validated and codified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

While at Akron Law School, Mr. Bailey earned the CALI Excellence for the Future award in Pre-Trial Advocacy, as well as, membership in the Golden Key National Honor Society.

Prior to arriving at the firm, Mr. Bailey spent two and a half years working full-time for BackOffice Associates as a Data Migration Consultant engaged in projects for Merck and Johnson & Johnson, both of which are Fortune 100 companies.

Educating Others

In 2010, Mr. Bailey taught a seminar on law and technology to the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

In 2007, he obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Liberal Studies from Bowling Green State University, while working full-time for an Ohio company building renewable energy power stations.

Prior to that, between 2002 and 2006, he worked full-time at this law firm as a legal assistant.

In 2002, Mr. Bailey campaigned for State Representative of the 58th Ohio House District, which then included all of Huron County, as well as parts of Lorain and Seneca counties.

In 1999, he co-taught a seminar on law and technology to the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.


  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    • Life Member
  • NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) Legal Committee Member
  • Ohio Association for Justice
  • Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    • President-elect
    • Life Member
    • Board Member
    • Technical Chair
  • Ohio State Bar Association
    • Criminal Law Committee
  • American Bar Association
  • Erie County Bar Association
  • Huron County Bar Association


  • All State Courts in the State of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio


  • Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2020
  • Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2019
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, 2016

Cases Cited:

State v. Jimenez – Suppression, Successful Appeal, and Dismissal of OVI. (Case of first impression to recognize relevance of calibration results outside the immediately prior and subsequent results)
State v. G.B. – Not Guilty, Patient Abuse
State v. B.C. – Not Guilty, Felonious Assault
State v. D.H. – Dismissal of Six (6) Counts of Bribery and One (1) Count of Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity
State v. J.T. – Dismissal of OVI
State v. L.A. – Dismissal of Felonious Assault
State v. Doyle – Not Guilty of Possession of Heroin and Trafficking in Heroin
State v. Lewis – Not Guilty of Trafficking in Cocaine with Schoolyard Specification and Possession of Cocaine
State v. Townsend – Not Guilty of Attempted Murder with Firearm specification, Felonious Assault with Firearm specification, and Having Weapon While Under Disability
State v. Reese – Not Guilty of Possession of Cocaine
State v. J.W. – Not Guilty of Felonious Assault

Civil Cases

A. S. - $500,000.00
Carlson v. Goble - $350,000.00
Price v. Caulkins - $87,500.00
Didion v. Zapata – $68,000.00+
Thom v. Didion - $60,000.00
Martin v. Stuckey - $49,500.00
Miller v. Putnam - $37,000.00
McCarty v. Gonzalez - $35,000.00
Thropp v. Kishman - $31,500.00
Killen v. Lape - $30,000.00
Cobleigh v. Young - $27,000.00
McKeehen v. Wyandot - $25,000.00+
Esposito v. Fitzpatrick - $23,500.00
Blasko v. Sandusky Police Department - $9,999.00


  • superlawyers
  • ABA
  • ohio bar
  • oacdl
  • rising stars
  • superlawyers
  • ohio association for justice
  • Erie
  • huron

What Sets Our Team Apart?

  1. Serving Ohioans for Over 35 Years
  2. Full-Service Law Firm
  3. Free Criminal & Personal Injury Case Consultations
  4. Proven Strategies that Lead to Successful Results
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