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Not long ago, a Columbus man was seen taking a wallet that did not belong to him from a popular casino. After removing roughly $600 in cash and discarding the wallet, he was consequently charged with first-degree misdemeanor theft, which carries a possible 180 days in jail and up to a $1,000 fine. In addition to the man’s desire to avoid a jail sentence for this mistake, he also knew the negative impact of a theft conviction on his permanent criminal record would create lasting problems for him. Therefore, he reached out to the experienced Columbus criminal defense attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates to address this casino theft case.
As a veteran criminal defense lawyer, Dan Sabol did not want to see his client’s impulsive misjudgment result in a criminal conviction. With that goal in mind, attorney Sabol began discussing the case with the assigned prosecutor. After effectively negotiating on his client’s behalf, the prosecution agreed to outright dismiss the theft charge in exchange for repaying the full amount taken. In the end, attorney Sabol’s ability spared his client from needing to appear in court and allowed him to successfully avoided any significant legal repercussions.
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