About  Jack Felgenhauer

A member of the Ohio State Bar, Jack Felgenhauer maintains a respected Bucyrus practice and represents clients in a variety of matters. He handles criminal and traffic defense cases and has experience in family law and estate planning. Representing clients in municipal and county courts, Jack Felgenhauer has also entered common pleas in juvenile and federal courts. In addition to his private practice, he serves as legal counsel with the Village of Jewett, village solicitor with the Village of Hopedale, and assistant prosecutor with the Harrison County Prosecutor’s Office.

From 2002 to 2011, Mr. Felgenhauer was assistant prosecutor with the Crawford County Prosecutor’s Office and handled small claims and misdemeanor cases in municipal court. In this role, he was present at preliminary hearings and initial appearances and filed appellate briefs as required. He also has past experience with the Tuscarawas County Child Support Enforcement Agency, where he conducted administrative hearings within child support cases in domestic relations and juvenile courts. An avid Ohio State Buckeyes fan, Jack Felgenhauer follows college sports in his free time.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2014 - Present

Legal Counsel

Village of Jewett
Nov 2014 - Present

Assistant PRosecutor

Harrison County Prosecutor's Office
Feb 2013 - May 2013

Special Assistant Felony Drug Prosecutor

Knox County Prosecutor's Office


Aug 1997 - May 2000


The Ohio State University Colleg of Law
Jun 1993 - Aug 1997


Kent State University