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Ohio OVI

A first OVI in Ohio results in both criminal and administrative penalties for adult offenders. Minors and commercial drivers charged with first offense OVI will face different penalties.

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Domestic Violence

Ohio has mandatory arrest provisions for domestic disturbances. If police officers are called to the scene of a domestic dispute, someone will be arrested. This arrest is based 

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Drug Offenses

We help people accused of drug crimes minimize or avoid the consequences of conviction through constitutional challenges to the circumstances of an arrest, execution of 

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Juvenile Crimes

Juveniles can be charged with all of the same crimes as adults and are frequently subject to many of the same penalties. However, juvenile courts aim primarily at rehabilitating the juveniles rather than 

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Ohio Theft Laws & Penalties

One may be charged with theft if he or she knowingly takes control of someone else’s property or services with the purpose of depriving them  without consent, by deception, by threat, or by intimidation.

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Sex Related Crimes

Criminal offenses listed under Chapter 2907 of the Ohio Revised Code are considered sex crimes. The sex offenses established under state law typically involve some kind of prohibited sexual conduct.

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Ohio Criminal Defense Lawyer

Although some criminal defendants think that they can beat the system on their own, having an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side gives you a better chance of preserving your legal rights. If you have been charged with a crime, contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

The investigative phase of our representation begins the moment a client hires us. We delve into police reports, obtain forensic testimony, and identify weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. We work closely with our clients, discussing events and gathering all details pertinent to the defense. Hard work and a thorough approach opens doors to uncovering vital evidence. To convict in a criminal case, the prosecution must prove that the defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. The primary role of a criminal lawyer  is to unearth evidence that creates doubt and plants seeds for acquittal.

A criminal conviction is often grounds for deportation or removal of a person in the country without permission. The Immigration Service also considers criminal history if an individual applies for any discretionary immigration benefit (a work visa, permanent residence or citizenship).

If you have been charged with a crime, contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Whether defending a client against a misdemeanor, OVI charges, a felony drug crime, or fighting for a defendant’s freedom in aggravated felony allegations, the outcome of our efforts affects the individual’s life.