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Offenses against public administration can be particularly sensitive.
Every day in central Ohio people are charged with various offenses against public administration. Depending on the charge, penalties can range from an offense, punishable by up to 30 days in jail to a second degree felony punishable by up to 8 years in prison.
If you are convicted of an offense against public administration, additional potential issues include:
Simply put, if you are convicted of an offense against public administration, it will potentially be on your criminal background for the rest of your life. No matter what the circumstances were in your case, you run the risk of being considered someone who is unable to respect those who enforce the law in the State of Ohio. Therefore, it is critical that you to give your crime against a peace officer charge the level of importance it deserves.
The Columbus crimes against public administration attorneys with LHA takes an aggressive and comprehensive approach when representing clients charged with offenses against public administration. First and foremost, we will figure out what mistakes the police made, whether your arrest was lawful and what other legal issues can be raised on your behalf.
We do this by requesting discovery from the prosecutor. The discovery will generally consist of police reports, additional investigative notes and potentially video or audio. As our client, you will receive a copy of everything received from the prosecutor for your review
Based on the legal weaknesses in the State of Ohio’s case and any other mitigating factors, we will negotiate the best possible plea available with the prosecutor for you to consider in resolving your case.
If your case cannot be resolved satisfactorily with a plea, it would then proceed to a motion hearing (a hearing where the judge issues a ruling on an evidentiary issue) or a trial to the judge or jury, depending on the circumstances.
For nearly ten years, the Columbus crimes against public administration attorneys have successfully represented clients charged with crimes against public administration. That extensive previous experience will enable us to better help you.
Use the links at right as guides to the offense you’re facing. If you have any questions about the material or if you need an experienced, competent criminal defense lawyer to help with your case, please contact the Columbus offenses against public administration attorneys with Luftman, Heck and Associates either by calling or emailing us via firstname.lastname@example.org.