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Charges Dismissed For Criminal Trespassing In Columbus Casino

As part of a Michigan woman’s effort to correct her gambling issues, she agreed to voluntary exclude herself from the casinos in Columbus, Ohio. Unfortunately, after some time, the woman relapsed and began gambling in Columbus, in violation of this contract. When this was discovered, the woman was charged with criminal trespassing and now faced the prospect of spending up to 30 days in jail and paying a $250 fine. In an effort to evade such unpleasant consequences, the woman began searching for highly skilled legal counsel, eventually coming to the offices of Luftman, Heck & Associates.

Once retained, experienced Columbus criminal defense attorney Dan Sabol began working with the prosecutor to find a more appropriate penalty in place of a criminal trespassing conviction. After negotiations, attorney Sabol effectively convinced the prosecution to forego the case and dismiss the criminal trespassing charge based on his client’s participation in a gambling treatment program. This provided the woman with a great deal of solace since it permitted her to seek the treatment that she obviously needed in lieu of a harsh conviction.

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