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In Grove City, Ohio a 19-year-old nursing student was charged with petty theft after being caught shoplifting at a local Walmart. The young woman knew her attempts at getting a nursing job would falter with a theft conviction; therefore, she started looking for experienced legal direction and chose the criminal defense attorneys with Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Because of attorney Chase Mallory’s comprehensive knowledge, he was certain his client would be a great candidate for an alternative punishment to the petty theft charge. After discussions with the prosecutor, the client could have the case dismissed after taking an anti-shoplifting class and completing 30 hours of community service. When these terms are met and the charge is dismissed, she will be eligible to have the charge expunged, making a nursing career more obtainable than with a petty theft conviction on her background.
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