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A young man in his early twenties had a bit too much to drink while enjoying his weekend at Brother’s Bar in the Arena District. He was asked to leave the bar and a bit of a ruckus ensued. He was subsequently charged with disorderly conduct.
The young man had no prior criminal record and was genuinely concerned about how a criminal conviction could affect his future employment prospects. He then turned to the Columbus Criminal Defense team to try and help his situation.
Attorney Dan Sabol represented him on the case and was able to negotiate the dismissal of his case upon his completion of community service hours and his payment of court costs.
The young man was more than happy with this resolution as it and the pending expungement or sealing of the record keeps his criminal background clean and will allow him to confident apply for future employment.