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A Columbus man in his late 20s was charged with a felony improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle and having a weapon while under disability. Because our client had been previously convicted of a robbery he could not legally possess a firearm. In this case, he was driving his fiancées car while drunk, with her gun in between the two seats. With these charges stacking up on him, he asked the attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates to represent him. Facing about four and a half years in jail if convicted, Daniel Sabol set out to make sure that did not happen.
Sabol took his case to trial and argued that his client did not knowingly possess the weapon and it was not his. Because the weapon was in between the seats, it was unlikely that he even knew it was there. Based on this strong argument, our client was quite relieved to receive a not guilty verdict at the completion of this case.
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