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A young man received quite a shock recently. Having moved out of state years ago, he received a call from his father alerting him that a sheriff’s deputy had been out to the family home and informed him that his son had a felony warrant on a 5th degree felony receiving stolen property charge out of Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
After meeting the deputies, his father began researching attorneys. After speaking with attorney Ben Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to represent his son on the receiving stolen property case. Attorney Dan Sabol began representing our client immediately by contacting the prosecutor’s office and getting the warrant set aside. This was a huge initial relied to both our client and his father.
Thereafter, attorney Sabol continued to discuss the receiving stolen property case and particular the evidence with the prosecutor. The case was an older case and the evidence was not great. After discussing the lack of evidence with his superiors, the associate prosecutor assigned to the receiving stolen property case agreed to dismiss the case. Our client was happy to have his case dismissed and not have to go through an extended felony case process to do so.
The dismissal and subsequent expungment or sealing of the dismissal will completely remove the receiving stolen property charge from our client’s criminal background.
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