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A married mother of four with no prior criminal record found herself in an unknown and terrifying position recently. She would struggle to explain why it happened, but ultimately while shopping at a Meijer’s store, she attempted to conceal items. Before leaving the store, she was stopped by loss prevention. She was the escorted back to their office and questioned. After being questioned, she confessed to trying to take the items. She was then charged with misdemeanor theft. Her case was scheduled in Westerville Mayor’s Court.
She was ashamed and scared. Having never been charged with more than a traffic ticket, she had no idea what was going to happen to her. It was under these circumstances that she reached out to attorney Ben Luftman to discuss her options for the misdemeanor theft charge. After the conversation, the Columbus Criminal Defense team was hired to help try to set things straight.
Attorney Luftman and attorney Dan Sabol represented our client at Westerville Mayor’s Court. Attorney Sabol was able to negotiate a resolution where our client’s misdemeanor theft case was dismissed for her attendance at an anti-theft class and payment of court costs. The dismissal of her case, along with the subsequent expungement or sealing of the case will ultimately remove it from her criminal background.
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