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Handyman’s Drug Paraphernalia Charge Dismissed

Our client, a young handyman around thirty years of age was driving, when his vehicle was stopped by a Bexley Police Department officer. His van smelled of marijuana. After the officer asked him a number of questions, he consented to his van being searched. The officer found a pipe and he was charged with drug paraphernalia. His case was then scheduled in Bexley Mayor’s Court.

After researching his options online, this young man contacted attorney Ben Luftman. After speaking with attorney Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was retained to represent him on the case. Being a handyman, this gentleman was extremely concerned about losing his license as he would not be able to keep his job.

Attorney Dan Sabol considered the young man’s options and decided to transfer his case to Franklin County Municipal Court. After reviewing the police reports and negotiating with the prosecutor, attorney Sabol was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the handyman’s paraphernalia charge upon his payment of court costs.

This resolution kept the drug charge of our client’s record and most importantly, allowed him to keep his license and his job.

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