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A young man with a substantial record of drug related offenses and disorderly conduct charges was charged with assault and criminal damaging. The young man found himself in an argument at another gentleman’s home. He initially made the wise decision to leave the residence. However, when realizing there was very valuable property he left in the residence he returned. Given the circumstances, calling the police to help the situation may have been prudent. Ultimately, his emotions got the best of him and he forced his way in the home by kicking the front door in. Once inside there was a quick scuffle where he allegedly punched the homeowner in the face repeatedly.
Despite this, there were enough mitigating circumstances for Ohio criminal attorney Chase Mallory to negotiate a plea to one count of a disorderly conduct and the assault charge was dismissed. In addition, we were able to keep him off reporting probation, something that cannot be taken lightly in Circleville Municipal Court. He was ordered to pay a fine and court costs and have no further offenses for a year.