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DUI & Criminal Defense
Former Prosecutor Joe Patituce

When potential clients call in regarding these types of cases they typically have three standard questions:

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Is Joseph Patituce A Former Prosecutor?

Oddly, this is a question that we are often asked.

I am a former assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor having worked in various departments in that office.

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The Police Want To Ask Me Some Questions, What Should I Do?

If the police want you to come into their station to answer a few questions you should immediately pick up the phone and call an attorney.

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The field sobriety tests are a series of test devised by NHTSA (the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) intended to predict whether or not someone’s blood alcohol level will test over 0.10.

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The first time I talk to a new client I always want to know how they feel they did on the field sobriety tests because they are very important to the client’s case.

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Can I Avoid Jail Time On An OVI In Rocky River?

Our clients, almost universally, cannot afford to spend time in jail on OVI related charges.

All OVI offenses carry with them mandatory jail time, so if you have been charged you need to hire the most experienced help you can.

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A Student Accused Me Of Rape, What Do I Do?

If you have been accused of raping a student you need to immediately seek out the most experienced criminal defense attorney you can afford.

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How Much Does It Cost To File An Appeal?

Just like in every case a major concern is how much it costs to handle.

An appeal means that you either went through a trial and lost or you entered a plea and now want to appeal.

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I am almost always asked two questions when talking to a potential DUI client:

(1) how much will it cost and

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How Will A DUI Conviction Effect My Nursing License?

We represent different types of professionals: doctors, nurses, dentists, etc.

They all have at least one thing in common with each other and that is they cannot afford a DUI conviction on their record.

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