Mobile Menu

Call today at

Non-Citizen Has Solicitation Charges Dismissed

Those living in our country who are not yet citizens but have goals to become a citizen must take very cautionary measures whenever charged with a criminal offense.  The wrong conviction(s) can ultimately deny non-citizens of their dream to become a citizen of our great country.  This was explained by Attorney Chase Mallory when a gentleman was referred to him from a prior client happy with our results.  The gentleman was in the process of becoming a citizen.  Sometimes that process can take a substantial amount of time.  While he was working on this, he found himself in an embarrassing situation as he acted out of character.  He began conversation with a woman who was holding herself out to be a prostitute, while in reality she was an undercover vice cop.  In a split second bad decision, he agreed to pay her for sex.

This poor choice immediately landed him with a solicitation charge, a first degree misdemeanor at a time that was less than ideal. His case was scheduled in Franklin County Municipal Court. Having no criminal history, he reached out to his friend who referred him to Attorney Chase Mallory.  We explained his likely options and the consequences of simply pleading guilty.  He determined it was necessary to have our firm represent him.  Attorney Mallory was able to negotiate a dismissal during arraignment.  This will keep his criminal record as clean as it was prior to his momentary lapse in judgment.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in your case. Individual results may vary based on the facts, injuries, jurisdiction, venue, witnesses, parties, and other factors. The results and client testimonials provided are not necessarily representative of the results obtained by all clients or their satisfaction with the firm’s services.

Comments are closed.

Get In Touch

Contact Us

Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP
580 E Rich St Fl 2
Columbus, OH 43215-5335


FAX: (614) 413-2886