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Criminal Mischief Charges Dismissed

A college student was out with a group of friends and had entirely too much to drink. He was driven back to his friend’s house to retire for the evening. Sometime after arriving, the young man decided he really wanted some chewing tobacco. When he could not find any at the house, he left it in search of a tin. When he finally came to, he was in a person’s car searching for a tin of tobacco and was being asked to exit the vehicle by a police officer. He was then arrested and charged with two counts of criminal mischief. His case was then scheduled in Franklin County Municipal Court.

The young man was clearly concerned about the impact these criminal charges could have on his ability to get a job after graduating. He reached out to the Columbus Criminal Defense team for assistance.

Attorney Dan Sabol represented the young man at court. After discussing the particular circumstances and pointing out the young man’s otherwise flawless record with the prosecutor, an attorney Sabol was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss all of the charges upon our client’s compliance with a number of conditions.

The result and subsequent expungement or sealing of our client’s record will leave him with an unblemished record.

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