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Dentist Avoids Domestic Violence and Assault Convictions

A dentist with no prior criminal record got into an argument with her partner and this argument resulted in her being charged with domestic violence and assault. Fearing the penalties for domestic violence and assault, which include up to six months in jail and up to a $1,000 fine, in addition to the potential licensure issues, she reached out to the Columbus Criminal Defense team for assistance.

Attorneys Ben Luftman and Dan Sabol represented her at varying court dates. Ultimately, attorney Luftman negotiated an amendment of the domestic violence charge to a lesser disorderly conduct offense and the assault charge was dismissed. Our client received a fine and one year of non-reporting probation.

This resolution allowed our client to avoid jail time, avoid offenses of violence on her record and potentially serious licensure issues. Ultimately and most importantly, it allowed her the peace of mind to move on with her life.

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