Underage Drinking In Your Home May Put You In Jail

Weekend night gatherings of underage kids in homes go on all over America.  As a parent, you can unintentionally grab the title of  “social host” and be in need of the best criminal defense attorney you can find in the blink of an eye. A social host is an individual or business who serves alcohol […]

By |April 20th, 2018|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Everyone Is Entitled to an Attorney

Criminal Defense Attorney because none of us would “want to be defined by the very worst thing we ever did”.  When it comes down to it a lot of the people needing defense counsel are good people that made one mistake, had too many drinks or had a bad day and reacted wrong for something.

Because everyone is entitled […]

Beating an OVI Charge in Ohio

If you are pulled over in Ohio, there must be probable cause to stop, detain, or arrest you for an OVI.  Without probable cause, the evidence, and the case against you may get dismissed. The police must have a reasonable suspicion or reasonable belief that you are engaged in a criminal activity before they can stop […]

By |March 21st, 2018|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Your Online Footprint and Criminal Defense

A good criminal defense attorney in Ohio can tell you that the information we put on social media does much more than inform our friends of what is going on in our lives. The information can be used against us if we are charged with a crime. Imagine being charged with a DUI and just […]

By |March 8th, 2018|Computer, Cyber-Bullying, Drug, DUI-OVI, Internet|0 Comments

Fake IDs and Underage Drinking in Ohio

Alcohol offenses are not limited to drunk driving or DUI. In Ohio, a person can be charged with a wide range of criminal offenses that involve alcohol especially when minors are involved. The sentencing can range from fines to time in jail.

It is a criminal offense in Ohio for anyone under 21 to purchase or […]

By |February 27th, 2018|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Police Need a Reason to Stop You in Ohio

If you drink and drive, no matter how conservatively, there is a real possibility that you could be stopped, arrested and convicted of drunk driving. Many people do not realize how few drinks it takes to exceed the legal standard blood alcohol content (BAC). For the average sized person, three or four drinks could easily place […]

By |February 14th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Know Your Rights in Ohio

Weekend plans? Be sure you’ve got a designated driver or you use Lyft, Uber or a taxi service if you will be drinking. Even after one drink, you could register over the legal limit if you are pulled over and tested. Your best bet is to refrain from drinking and driving.

If you take the chance […]

By |February 9th, 2018|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

The Burden of Proof

As specified by the 5th amendment of the Constitution, any U.S. citizen who has been accused of a criminal offense has the right to have his or her case tried in front of a judge or jury. In addition, because you are innocent until proven guilty, the court must prove you are guilty—this is where […]

By |January 30th, 2018|Drug, DUI-OVI, Embezzlement, Federal, Internet, Legislative Updates|0 Comments

OVI Defense Attorney in Ohio

If you or someone you know is ever charged with driving while under the influence, you need the very best criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. Too many mistakes can be made by law enforcement at a traffic stop and a criminal defense attorney will be able to determine if the steps taken before […]

By |January 16th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Have You Been Accused of a Title IX Violation in Ohio?

The Department of Education has issued new, Interim Guidance on how colleges should handle allegations and investigations of sexual misconduct on campus. It is slightly more protective of the rights of accused students and permits colleges to have more choice in how to handle investigations. However, the Interim Guidance is not an order for schools to change […]

By |January 4th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments