Can I Get Driving Privileges After An OVI Arrest?

July 14, 2014

We live in a society where driving is really important to our lives: work, school, and family all require us to be able to drive. As your attorneys we understand this. Read More

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Can An Attorney Get An Ohio OVI Dismissed?

July 14, 2014

Our clients’ cases are important to us, we take the time to understand their goals and we do everything that we can to meet their expectations. Read More

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I Am Being Charged With A Misdemeanor Assault And My Arraignment Is Next Week. What Should I Do And What Penalties Am I Facing?

July 2, 2014

You should hire an attorney to ensure your case is handled properly. At your arraignment, the court will require you to enter a plea to the assault charges. Read More

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My Brother Was Found Guilty Of Rape And Our Family Wants To Appeal The Verdict. What Can We Do?

July 2, 2014

Your brother has thirty days from the date of sentencing to appeal the trial court’s decision to the Court of Appeals. Read More

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I Plead No Contest But Want To Change My DUI Plea, Can I?

June 23, 2014

We often take on clients who went into their arraignment and for whatever reason entered a plea of no contest to the charges they were facing. Read More

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I Passed The Field Sobriety Tests So Why Was I Arrested For A DUI?

June 23, 2014

Field sobriety tests are a huge point of contention and debate in the legal community. As someone who has been trained to administer field sobriety tests I can tell you that almost everyone walks away from the test feeling that either they passed or failed horribly. Read More

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What Happens If You Have Been Arrested For Child Pornography, Or Pandering Obscenity?

June 23, 2014

It is incredibly important that if you have been arrested, or if your house has been searched, for child pornography charges that you immediately hire an experienced attorney. Read More

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What Is The Difference Between A Divorce And Dissolution?

June 9, 2014

In the State of Ohio a divorce and dissolution are two different ways to legally end a marriage. When filing for divorce, the filing party must file a complaint and demonstrate that their spouse is at fault by some statutory grounds to warrant the divorce. Read More

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