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A man in his early 20s was charged with multiple counts of aggravated robbery with a three-year mandatory gun specification charge after allegedly robbing several Dollar General stores at gunpoint. The Columbus man was facing a felony of the 1st degree, punishable by up to 11 years in prison, and a permanent criminal record if convicted. With successful experience representing clients in criminal charges of this nature, attorney Daniel Sabol was entrusted with the responsibility of this case.
Columbus criminal defense attorney Sabol took a comprehensive and thorough approach when representing his client and worked tirelessly to see a favorable outcome on his behalf. After working out a plea deal, our client saw a one-year gun specification with three years in prison thereafter. An agreement was also reached that if our client did not see any negative behavior while serving his jail sentence, he would be eligible for judicial release after only two years. Attorney Sabol applied for early release in front of a judge, with his client’s family present in support. The judge granted judicial release and our client was placed on probation.
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