In Ohio, you can be charged with a theft crime even if you were not the person who stole it. For example, receiving stolen property can result in severe penalties like incarceration, fines, and hassle. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize how serious receiving stolen property…Read More
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Selling or trafficking drugs is a serious criminal offense that can result in significant penalties, including years in prison. However, if you or a loved one was arrested for trafficking, possession with intent to distribute, or another crime related to selling illegal drugs in Ohio,…Read More
Until April 2023, Ohio was the only state not classifying strangulation as a felony. But along with other criminal justice reforms enacted this year, Senate Bill 288 changed that fact. To tackle domestic violence, Ohio has recognized the severity of strangulation and seeks better legal…Read More
As of April 2023, using your phone or other devices while driving in Ohio is illegal. The recently implemented distracted driving law aims to reduce accidents and fatalities caused by inattentive drivers. It increases penalties and allows officers to pull you over if they see…Read More
Protecting your freedom and future is crucial when you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense. Having a powerful legal defender on your side could make all the difference in the outcome of your case. When you first meet with your criminal defense…Read More
The Columbus Police Department has a new tool to target drunk drivers in central Ohio—a vehicle called the DUI Interceptor. The van is outfitted with a mobile DUI breathalyzer unit. While the DUI Interceptor may address challenges police officers previously had with DUI traffic stops,…Read More