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A Columbus woman in her late 30s left her young children unattended in her vehicle one afternoon while she was out shopping. What she did not know was she was committing a serious crime by doing so. She was subsequently charged with child endangerment. An unpredictable situation she found herself in, the experienced attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates took her case.
In the state of Ohio, this charge is typically a 1st degree misdemeanor and carries several harsh penalties including jail time. Attorney Sabol reviewed her case and met with the mother, who had only begun to grow more concerned. Having no prior child endangerment charges or other criminal offenses, Sabol was positive on the outlook of her case. Prior to trial, Sabol convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the child endangerment case in exchange for her enrollment in a parenting class and payment of court costs.
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