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A New Jersey resident had recently moved to Ohio. He was driving to work and was pulled over by a Columbus Police Department officer. After his interaction with the police officer, he found himself charged with several traffic violations. However, of greater concern to the gentleman was the false information to mislead public official charge that the officer gave him. The case was scheduled in Franklin County Municipal Court.
Having recently started his new position and looking to progress through his company, he did not want to have a conviction of that nature on his criminal background. He began searching for attorneys to represent him on the false information case. After speaking with attorney Ben Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to represent him on the cases.
Attorney Dan Sabol and attorney Chase Mallory represented our client on his false information case. Attorney Sabol realized that for the prosecutor to make the case, a New Jersey DMV representative would have to be subpoenaed and appear in court. When this did not happen at the jury trial date, the prosecutor was forced to dismiss the false information charge. Our client was extremely grateful to put a very unfortunate situation behind him.
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