Brian Brochetti is a trial attorney with over two years of courtroom experience. Since being admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2011, Mr. Brochetti has had diverse experience in many areas of juvenile law, including child support establishment/modification and paternity cases. Having served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Cuyahoga County and as a Probation Officer for Parma Municipal Court, Mr. Brochetti is also adept in handling all criminal and traffic matters, with a special emphasis on juvenile delinquencies where he has handled cases ranging from minor misdemeanors to the most serious of felonies, including rape, robbery, and drug trafficking. His experience in the juvenile system is additionally vital in family law cases.

Besides his work in the courtroom, Mr. Brochetti serves on Parma City Council. He was first appointed in July 2011 and subsequently re-elected in November 2011. As a Councilman in Ohio’s 7th largest city, Mr. Brochetti represents over 1500 households and is responsible for legislation that affects the quality of life for all of Parma’s more than 80,000 residents. He is the Governmental Operations Chairman and Public Safety Vice Chairman. Additionally, since 2006, Mr. Brochetti has coached wrestling at his alma mater, Parma Senior High School.

Mr. Brochetti is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, the Parma Bar Association and the West Shore Bar Association. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and received a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and a Bachelor Degree in Broadcasting and Mass Communication from Baldwin Wallace College.

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