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31 December, 2019

Should You Plead Guilty to Criminal Charges?

Every criminal case is unique, and there are different ways that a criminal case in Ohio can be resolved. For example, the court can dismiss your charges, the prosecutor can drop your charges, your case can go to a jury trial, or you…

24 December, 2019

Marijuana Laws in Ohio

Both medical and recreational marijuana possession and use have been hot topics in recent years, and each state has widely different laws regarding marijuana. For example, one minute you can be in Colorado, where recreational marijuana possession is legal, and the next minute,…

10 December, 2019

Drunk Driving Arrests Increase Over the Holidays

Each year, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s has the highest number of arrests for driving under the influence (DUI) in Ohio and across the United States. DUI – also known in Ohio as operating a vehicle while impaired (OVI) – is…

01 October, 2019

Considerations Before You Plead Guilty to a Crime in Ohio

Some criminal defendants decide to fight allegations at trial, while others decide to plead guilty to their charges. While pleading guilty makes sense for some defendants – such as when an attorney secures a favorable plea agreement with the prosecutor – it is…

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