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Cleveland, Ohio Area | Proven Winner - Joe Patituce

Felonious Assault (O.R.C. 2903.11) is an extremely serious charge in Cleveland.

Causing serious harm to another, or their unborn, or attempting to cause harm with a weapon is a second degree felony that can put you in prison for 2-8 years.

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Aggravated Assault (O.R.C. 2903.12) specifies that the offender was overtaken by a sudden fit of passion or rage as a result of a serious provocation by the victim, and criminalizes any resulting injury sustained by the victim, or any attempt to harm the victim with a weapon.

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In business transactions, when a distributor, franchise, or other interest makes delivery of goods contingent on the recipient business accepting materials it reasonably deems obscene, or which juveniles should not have access to, the party compelling acceptance of the materials may be charged with Compelling Acceptance of Objectionable Materials (O.R.C. 2907.34) by Cleveland prosecutors.

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Child pornography is considered an extremely serious crime by Cleveland prosecutors, and if you are caught producing, selling, or possessing obscene material that features minors, you’ll be looking at charges that can take away your freedom and destroy your life.

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Persons under the age of 18 are not permitted in establishments that provide sex-themed entertainment to adults, even as employees.

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Businesses that cater to adults for the purposes of sexual entertainment operate under a variety of regulations in Cleveland.

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