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A Pickaway County man was recently facing charges including 3rd-degree felony tampering with evidence and 4th-degree felony receiving stolen property. After pulling him over for a minor traffic violation, the officer noticed a waft of marijuana in his car and conducted a thorough search. The man also announced he had a gun in his vehicle – of which the officer believed he moved the location during his search. The man was a recent Wilmington College graduate and past collegiate football player, now pursuing a career in the military. It was apparent these charges would hinder his attempts at a new career, therefore the man sought out Luftman, Heck & Associates for legal representation.
Attorney Chase Mallory took responsibility of handling his case. A deeper look into the case revealed a stolen firearm, unbeknownst to our client. Under the strong leadership of attorney Mallory, our client saw a dismissal of the tampering with evidence charge. Intervention in lieu of conviction was granted for the receiving stolen property charge, thereby dismissing his charge in the nearby future.
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