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Through a series of regrettable circumstances, a young lady in her mid-twenties was recently arrested by the Columbus Police Department and charged with domestic violence and assault. She had to spend the night in jail and the next morning was taken for arraignment in Courtroom 4D in Franklin County Municipal Court.
While in jail, her family reached out to attorney Ben Luftman to discuss the young lady’s options. After speaking with attorney Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to represent the young lady at her arraignment the next morning. Attorney Dan Sabol appeared on our client’s behalf and pled her case Not Guilty. Additionally, he was able to secure a reconnaissance bond on her behalf. This meant she was able to be released from jail on her own signature and her family did not have to pay any additional money for her release.
Thereafter, attorney Sabol represented her at her pre-trial date, where he received a copy of all of the police reports. After reviewing the police reports and conferring with the young lady, attorney Sabol was able to discuss the evidentiary issues with the prosecutor. The case was then set for a jury-trial. Prior to the start of a jury trial, the prosecutor dismissed the case.
The dismissal of the case was followed up by a motion to seal or expunge the record being filed on our client’s behalf. When granted, the record of the charges will be permanently removed from the young lady’s criminal background and she will be able to move on from a very regrettable evening.
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