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A realtor was in town to visit friends. On Saturday evening, a large group of them went to the arena district. There was a lot of drinking. This realtor, who was not from Columbus, became separated from her friends. She was intoxicated. The next thing she remembered was coming to in jail and being charged with disorderly conduct. Having never been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, this lady was quite shaken. As a realtor, the last thing she wanted was a criminal conviction on her record.
Attorney Luftman and attorney Dan Sabol represented this client on her case. Both attorney Luftman and Sabol made the argument to the prosecutor that there really was no facts to argue, but that this was an isolated and very unfortunate incident in this lady’s life. She spent a night in jail and a criminal conviction could have negative consequences on her career.
The prosecutor agreed with the mitigating argument and agreed to dismiss her case upon the completion of community service and payment of court costs. The dismissal and subsequent expungement or sealing of her record will clear her criminal background. The result relieved our client immensely.