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Felony Drug Possession Charge Dismissed

Our client, a young airport employee, found himself in a terrible position. Through a series of his own poor choices, he was charged with felony drug possession. A felony conviction would ensure that he lost his job at the airport where he was employed. It also would mean a license suspension for six months to as much as five years. He would be unable to provide for his family. He was in a bad spot.

After speaking with attorney Ben Luftman, this gentleman put his faith and trust in the Columbus Criminal Defense team to make a difference in his life. Attorney Luftman immediately reached out to the felony prosecutor’s office and began negotiating on his behalf. Because the young man had no previous drug or felony convictions, attorney Luftman was able to negotiate a resolution where his client pled guilty to a misdemeanor drug charge instead of felony drug possession. After completing a number of drug classes, the misdemeanor plea was vacated and the case was dismissed entirely.

The dismissal of the case allowed our client to keep his license and his job. It allowed him to continue to provide for his family. With the sealing and/or expungement of the case, the entire record of the charge will be removed as well.

Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.

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