Brad S. Wolfe, Esq.

Brad S. Wolfe, Esq.


Brad Wolfe joined Friedman & Nemecek, L.L.C., in January of 2016 after concluding his employment with the Cuyahoga County Public Defender’s Office. Brad is a former student of Ian’s Cybercrime class at the Cleveland Marshall College of Law, where he displayed a keen understanding of the interplay between criminal law and emerging technologies and social media forums. His expertise and innovation have been a welcomed addition to the firm’s team model, particularly in complex cases involving cybercrime.

Brad has quickly gained experience and insight into the criminal justice system during his tenure with the firm. He has served as lead counsel in a variety of cases in municipal, state and federal courts throughout Ohio. His commitment to zealously representing firm clients with tireless effort and innovative techniques has garnered recognition from various local and national media outlets.

Brad is extremely proud to be a criminal defense attorney and he appreciates the opportunity that he has to make a profound and positive impact on the legal community. He understands the traumatic affect that criminal investigations and prosecutions have on clients and their families, and he strives to ensure that their rights are protected. Brad is actively involved in several local and state-wide bar associations. He also donates his time and services to other important community organizations, including the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, the United Way and the American Cancer Society.



  • Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Bar Passage April 2017

    • Trial Team, Member

  • The Ohio State University, B.S. Social Work, 2013

    • Graduated Cum Laude and with Honors
Professional Membership

Professional Affiliations

  • Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, since 2017
  • American Bar Association, Member, since 2015
  • Ohio State Bar Association, Member, since 2015
  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Member, since 2015
Court Admissions

Court Admissions

  • United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • State of Ohio


  • Legal Tech Watch: Demystifying and Appreciating Snapchat, Attorney at Law Magazine, July 2016
  • Has The Government's Ability To Hack Civilian Computers Gone Too Far?: The Controversial Expansion Of Rule 41 Of The Federal Rules Of Criminal Procedure, Attorney at Law Magazine, co-authored by Ian N. Friedman, December 2016
  • Miranda: A Historical Perspective, Attorney at Law Magazine, co-authored by Eric C. Nemecek, May 2016
  • Privacy vs. National Security: Decrypting the Issues and Arguments, Attorney at Law Magazine, co-authored by Eric C. Nemecek, March 2016

Media Appearances

  • HBO
  • Sesi Magazine
  • The Plain Dealer
  • The Root
  • Tribune Chronicle
  • Vice News
  • WCHB
  • WJW