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A gentleman his mid-30s and working two jobs, had a best friend through high school and college. Their relationship soured and a back and forth ensued between them. The back and forth escalated over a period of time and culminated with this gentleman contacting the Gahanna Police Department and after investigation having a warrant issued for his arrest and being charged in Franklin County Municipal Court with Making False Alarms.
This gentleman went through a range of emotions after finding out about the warrant and making false alarms charge. First and foremost was fear. He did not want to go to jail and risk losing either of his jobs. He reached out to attorney Ben Luftman. After speaking with attorney Luftman, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was retained to represent him on the making false alarms charge.
Attorney Luftman and attorney Dan Sabol represented the client on his case. Initially, attorney Luftman was able to get the gentleman’s warrant set aside without him having to turn himself into jail or pay a bond. Thereafter, attorneys Luftman and Sabol represented our client at seven court dates. At the last court date, prosecutor offered to reduce the Making False Alarms charge to a lesser disorderly conduct charge. The disorderly conduct charge resulted in no additional jail time, a small fine and non-reporting probation. Our client was happy to resolve the case, keep the making false alarms conviction off his record, and move on with his life.
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