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Former Prosecutor Joe Patituce

How To Find The Answer To Your Question

If you have a questions about criminal charges, arrest or procedures, I likely have the answer to your question right here.

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I spend most of my days sitting in courts all across this state and one thing that I notice, and something that makes me sick to my stomach, is that people will enter a plea of no-contest at their first hearing.

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Can I Fight My DUI In Rocky River?

Rocky River Municipal Court covers DUI cases from Westlake, North Olmsted, Fairview, Bay Village, and Rocky River itself.

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What Happens After I Am Arrested For An OVI In Cleveland?

If you have been arrested for an OVI in Cleveland you probably have a mixed set of emotions ranging from embarrassment to fear.

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What Is A Super-BAC OVI Charge In Cleveland?

In Ohio there are two legal limits, something that most people and many attorneys do not know.

The first legal limit is anything at 0.08 up to 0.169. The second legal limit kicks in at 0.17.

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If you are at the point where you are going to be charged with rape or sexual battery you need take every possible step that you can to protect yourself.

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If you, a loved one, or a friend is arrested on Thanksgiving you still need to retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney.

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Almost all of our clients have the same thing in common: they have jobs that they cannot afford to lose by being convicted of an OVI charge.

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We get asked this question a lot. Parents want to know what they should do if their child has been charged with, or accused of, a crime.

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If you have been arrested for a DUI in Cleveland, Ohio, the police officers most likely took your physical license from you – this is because either you refused to take the breath test or you failed the breath test.

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If the police want to talk to you, at the police station (or any place really), concerning a crime you need to take the following advice very seriously: Do Not Talk To The Police, immediately call a criminal defense attorney.

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