Interacting with the police is not usually an experience people seek. It is intimidating to speak with a law enforcement officer even when you have done nothing wrong. You have rights and responsibilities when you interact with the police, whether it’s voluntarily or involuntarily. Knowing…Read More
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In Franklin County, there are around 100,000 outstanding arrest warrants at any given time. You may even be asking yourself, “are any warrants out for my arrest?” An arrest warrant may have been issued against you because you are suspected of a crime, violated a court…Read More
You’ve been arrested—what happens now? Knowing what to expect after an arrest can help you protect your rights, take the proper steps, and avoid making careless mistakes. Whether you’ve been arrested for assault, burglary, or another crime, learn more about the criminal process in Ohio…Read More
According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, more than 1.3 million Ohioans have at least one drunken-driving arrest. While not every arrest results in a conviction, explaining an OVI arrest that appears on a pre-employment background check can be embarrassing – or worse yet…Read More
LHA’s founding partner and accomplished Columbus defense attorney, Benjamin L. Luftman, recently provided insight and tips to fellow DUI attorneys as a contributing instructor with myLawCLE. myLawCLE Program Highlights Focused on assembling the best continuing legal education classes in the country, myLawCLE spotlights unique topics…Read More
Operating a vehicle while under the influence (OVI) of drugs or alcohol is a serious offense in Ohio. And the laws have only gotten more strict. Unfortunately, many people come to attorneys only after they’ve been convicted, wanting to know their options for getting an…Read More