Alexander Petraglia is a 2015 graduate of Case Western Reserve University Law School. During his time at Case Western Reserve Law School, Alexander Petraglia worked as a law clerk for the Cuyahoga County Public Defender’s Office.
In 2016, Alexander Petraglia joined the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office Juvenile Division, where he represented children accused of delinquencies. In 2018, Alexander moved to the office’s Felony Division, where he worked with adults accused of felony offenses. From 2019 to 2021, Mr. Petraglia practiced as a Medical Malpractice attorney, representing plaintiffs who were injured by doctors.
After his two year hiatus in the civil world, Mr. Petraglia re-joined the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office Municipal Division. Alex Petraglia is a client-centered attorney who believes that everyone deserves excellent representation, regardless of their income.
Alex Petraglia is a member of the Class of 2017 Gideon’s Promise Program, which is an organization that aims to provide public defenders with the skills necessary to become outstanding advocates for their clients.