Attorney Bradley G. Olson, Jr. was born and raised in New Castle, Pennsylvania. After graduating from New Castle Senior High School, he enlisted in the United States Air Force, where he served as an avionics technician. During his service, and while stationed at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, he received numerous service awards, including being named Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter for the 718th Maintenance Squadron for demonstration of outstanding leadership skills and community-service involvement. In 2002, Attorney Olson deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. During his enlistment, Attorney Olson also completed his undergraduate degree in Social Science with a minor in psychology from the University of Maryland University College.
After completing his enlistment, Attorney Olson attended law school at Case Western Reserve School of Law located in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated from CWRU School of Law in 2006.
Following graduation from law school, Attorney Olson worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge J. Craig Cox of the Lawrence County Court of Common Pleas.
Attorney Olson entered into the private practice of law in August 2008, when he became an associate attorney for Dimeo Law Offices. Throughout his tenure at Dimeo Law Offices, and later Dimeo Olson Law Group, Attorney Olson represented numerous clients in many areas of the law. His dedication to obtaining the best results for his clients culminated in him receiving the Client Satisfaction Award from the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys and also named as a Distinguished Criminal Defense Lawyer by the Lawyers of Distinction professional organization.
Today, attorney Olson primarily focuses his practice on Criminal Defense but continues to provide services to clients involved in civil litigation or estate planning needs.
Most importantly, he recognizes and understands the personal importance of every case. To make sure that every client's individual needs are met, not only does Attorney Olson provide personal attention to each case, but his friendly and competent legal staff is ready to address any issues that may arise during his representation. Throughout his representation of your legal affairs, if you have any questions, you are encouraged to call us.
Mahoning County Bar Association
Lawrence County Bar Association
Client Satisfaction Award — American Institute of Criminal Law
Distinguished Criminal Defense Lawyer — Lawyers of Distinction
Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter Award
J.D. — Case Western University School of Law, 2006
B.S. — University of Maryland University College, 2002
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