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A 21-year-old Ohio University student was recently charged with theft from a local Kroger. The student was in her last year of a teaching program at the university when she was charged with her first offense ever. With her promising teaching career now looking somewhat uncertain, she reached out to Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Columbus criminal defense attorney Chase Mallory represented the young student and took important measures to ensure her future as a teacher would remain unscathed. Mallory was successful in getting her into a diversion program and soon after her charge was ultimately dismissed. After completing an anti-theft course and agreeing to stay out of Kroger, the charge can be expunged from her record, allowing her to begin a teaching career free of any obstacles.
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