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College Student’s Underage Alcohol Possession and Obstruction Charges Dismissed

A young female student at The Ohio State University was out with her friends one evening when a series of events resulted in her blacking out. She later woke up in a local jail charged with underage alcohol possession.

When she woke up, she had no idea what had happened or how she had gotten there. This was an incredibly frightening experience for someone who had never been charged with more than a traffic ticket. Worse yet, she found herself charged not only with underage alcohol possession, but with obstructing official business.

She was able to call her parents to bail her out of jail. Then she began the process of trying to figure out what had happened and dealing with the criminal charges that were now pending in Franklin County Municipal Court.

She was certain that she was drugged. Unfortunately, there was no way to prove it. Her parents began searching for an attorney to help her clear her name and her record. After speaking with attorney Ben Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to help this young woman.

Attorney Dan Sabol represented the client on her case and through seven court dates. Ultimately, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the case upon a number of conditions being satisfied. The dismissal and subsequent expungement or sealing of the record will remove these charged from her criminal background and give her a clean slate.

Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.

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