Areas of Criminal Law

as a young adult, an underage drinking conviction can cast a permanent blight on your criminal record, resurfacing in job  applications and background checks. ... Read More

Charges are serious accusations and a conviction could create a lasting mark on your criminal record, even if the altercation was simply a bar fight or a misunderstanding.  ... Read More

Charged with DUI / OVI, means a mandatory suspension of driving privileges and the possibility of many other penalties. These can include fines, and in some cases prison time  ... Read More

Traffic offenses can mar your driving record and jeopardize your driving privileges. Under Ohio's points system, if you accrue too many points on your record during ... Read More

As a college student, your education and career path can swiftly become derailed when criminal charges are leveled against you for drug crimes. Whether the offenses allegedly ... Read More

A theft offense conviction can result in serious consequences, such as fines, restitution, jail time and other penalties. If you have been arrested for shoplifting, breaking ... Read More

Disorderly conduct while intoxicated, also known as public intoxication, is a commonly occurring criminal offense on Ohio college campus.  ... Read More

Fake IDs are commonly used by underage college students to get into bars and nightclubs or to buy alcohol for house parties near campus.  ... Read More

Being labeled as a sex offender is a stigma that almost no one can recover from. If you are being questioned regarding an alleged sex offense  ... Read More


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