There is not mandatory prison time for a violation of R.C. 2923.12. Without having more information regarding your charge, you should know that there are several levels of this offense, ranging from misdemeanor to felony charges. You should contact a local attorney for help defending this charge,...Read more »
You should first contact the Clerk of Courts regarding your warrant. It is possible that payment of the fines and costs will result in a cancellation of the warrant. However, some local courts still may require an appearance to fully clear the warrant. Contact the Clerk's Office prior to...Read more »
If your husband was charged with an OVI the first thing he should do is contact and retain an attorney. After a careful review of the facts and circumstances of the stop and arrest of your husband, the attorney will be in a better position to discuss the specifics of his case, including whether...Read more »
The police had a search warrent for my home and when they came in i was honest with them and let them know that i had weed in my safe away from people. also in the safe was my money i had a large amount of it. They are saying that i sell and that is very wrong on there part that's not the case... Read more »
You should contact a local attorney to assist you in this matter. You may be facing criminal charges regarding the marijuana, and depending on the amount that was found you could be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony.
Regarding the money that was taken, there will likely be a civil...Read more »
Depending on the situation surrounding where the statement was made and under what circumstances, this could be charged as Perjury, Falsification, or potentially Obstructing Official Business or Obstructing Justice.
Depending on the charge that he was convicted of, and depending on his prior criminal record, he may be eligible to have the conviction sealed after the appropriate period of time. Ohio law requires that all the terms and conditions of the sentence be completed before an offender is eligible for a...Read more »
Disrupting Public Services is a violation of O.R.C. 2909.04. The offense is categorized as a Felony of the Fourth Degree. Current sentencing law provides that the maximum penalty for a conviction of this offense carries a prison term of 6 to 18 months of incarceration. However, there are many...Read more »
It is certainly possible that the court that issued the warrant could drop it if the fines and court costs are paid. However, you should call the Clerk of Courts at the issuing court prior to paying any money to confirm that the warrant will be recalled or canceled if the outstanding balance is...Read more »
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