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While living in Columbus previously, a man in his early 30s, who does not now reside in Columbus, had been charged with domestic violence and assault. He also had been charged with a traffic offense. Both cases were in Franklin County Municipal Court. A warrant had been issued for his arrest on both cases. After becoming aware of the charges, the gentlemen wished to get the warrants set aside and deal with the cases. He reached out to attorney Ben Luftman. After speaking with attorney Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to represent him.
Attorney Luftman and attorney Dan Sabol represented the gentleman. Initially, attorney Sabol was able to get both warrants set aside and entered not guilty pleas on both the domestic violence and assault cases. After four court dates, attorney Sabol negotiated a resolution where the traffic case was dismissed. Additionally the assault charge was dismissed and the domestic violence charge was reduced to a lesser disorderly conduct charge. The disorderly conduct charge is not an offense of violence and is a charge that is potentially expungeable at a later date. The gentleman was satisfied with the resolution to the domestic violence and assault cases and moved on with his life.
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