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A young man in his early twenties came to visit his family in Ohio. His family owns a local convenience. After some unexpected call offs, the young man was pressed into service and was running the cash register at the store. Having had little experience working in a store, the young man was unable to catch the ID of an underage undercover informant who was trying to purchase alcohol. The young man sold the alcohol and was subsequently charged with selling alcohol to underage persons offense. His case was then scheduled for arraignment in Franklin County Municipal Court.
The young man had no prior criminal history and was understandably upset that his attempt to help his family could end up with him having a criminal background. After researching his options online, he contacted attorney Ben Luftman to discuss his options. After the conversation, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was retained to represent him on the case.
Attorney Dan Sabol represented the young man on his case. After five court dates, attorney Sabol negotiated a bond forfeiture resolution. Our client was required to pay $250 to the court to resolve his case. He was not convicted of any criminal offense. The bond forfeiture accomplished his goal by allowing him to keep his criminal background clean.