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A young lady in her early 20s found herself in a very scary situation recently. An argument with her brother about not staying at her place turned very serious and she used mace. Columbus Police were then dispatched to their house and, after interviewing all parties, arrested the young lady and charged her with domestic violence and assault. She was arrested and taken to jail. Her case was filed in Franklin County Municipal Court.
After being bonded out of jail, the young lady went about trying to hire an attorney to represent her on the domestic violence and assault case. She did not want to go back to jail. She did not want a domestic violence or assault conviction on her record. After speaking with attorney Ben Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to try to meet her goals.
Attorney Luftman and attorney Dan Sabol represented our client on the case. After reviewing all of the police reports, attending 6 court dates and continuously negotiating with the prosecutor, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the domestic violence and assault cases for our client’s payment of court costs.
The dismissal followed by the expungement or sealing of the case record, will remove this incident from the young ladies’ criminal background. She will then legally have a clean slate.
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