Mr. Nemecek has represented clients at all stages of criminal proceedings, including pretrial, trial and post-conviction litigation. He has handled an array of complex criminal matters in both state and federal courts throughout the United States.
Many of these cases fall within the ambit of "cyber crimes," including violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as other computer and technology-based offenses. Mr. Nemecek has authored pertinent administrative, trial, and appellate arguments warranted by criminal allegations lodged against our clients.
He is a highly skilled researcher and has written legal briefs, memoranda and motions on various evidentiary and procedural trial issues. Furthermore, he has successfully litigated numerous appeals in both state and federal courts.
Mr. Nemecek is also involved in administrative and licensing hearings, including the representation of doctors, nurses, lawyers, teachers and other professionals before their respective disciplinary boards. These individuals often find themselves in jeopardy of being sanctioned or possibly losing their professional licenses—even in cases when there is no criminal conduct involved.
His professional career has also included involvement in local and national associations aimed at educating and improving the legal community as a whole. He is actively involved in the American Bar Association, servings as a co-chair of the Cybercrime Committee for the American Bar Association since 2011 and as a Delegate for the Young Lawyer's Division. Mr. Nemecek is the Past Chair / President of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's Criminal Division. These positions have given Mr. Nemecek a forum to speak and write on important topics affecting the legal profession.