If you believe that criminal charges are about to be filed against you, it is always to your benefit to speak with a reputable criminal defense attorney.
Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated (“OVI”) is the new name for driving under the influence (DUI) in the State of Ohio.
Domestic violence is physical or verbal abuse that occurs within a family or intimate relationship.
Violent crimes are criminal acts that involve the use or threat of violence. In most cases, violence is used as a means to an end, especially during crimes such as rape and robbery.
A theft or property crime is the criminal act of taking or destroying another individual’s personal property without the individual’s consent.
A sex crime is an illegal sex act, or illegal form of human sexual behavior, as defined by the state and federal government.
Most people think that when someone is charged with a misdemeanor or indicted for a felony that there are only two possible resolutions:
The law in Ohio provides a statutory privilege for certain qualifying individuals to apply to the Court in order to have certain convictions permanently removed and sealed from their records.
A juvenile crime is any criminal act that is committed by a minor (person below the legal age of 18).
A drug crime is a criminal act involving the manufacturing, trafficking, possession, or sale of a scheduled narcotic.
Keep your driving record clean and avoid higher insurance rates by fighting to get your traffic ticket reduced or dismissed.