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The defense attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates understand that incidents involving domestic violence charges are very distressing. It was no different for a married man and loving father in Licking County, Ohio when he was charged with domestic violence, assault, and aggravated menacing after an argument with his spouse led to the woman calling 911 and police arriving to find the man with a loaded gun on his person. With no prior criminal history, the man’s primary concerns revolved around spending time in jail and having a criminal record; however, he also did not want this unfortunate situation to adversely affect his ability to own or possess firearms because he and his family were avid hunters and convictions for assault and domestic violence charges would prohibit him from owning guns.
During his consultation, he presented all of his fears to attorney Chase Mallory, who began working diligently to alleviate his client’s worries. Attorney Mallory was able to negotiate an agreement with the prosecution to withdraw the assault and domestic violence charges in exchange for his client pleading guilty to the aggravated menacing offense, which requires the man and his wife to participate in marriage counseling, but does not preclude him from owning firearms. The client was pleased to reduce the impact of this unpleasant incident and can rest assured that his gun rights will not be limited as a result.
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