You need to speak with a lawyer familiar with your case about that. If you plead and the guideline range is 70-80 months after acceptance of responsibility, you will almost certainly get a sentence within that range. If that is the range before accounting for acceptance of responsibility you may...Read more »
They will make you get a valid license and insurance and pay a fine unless its an OVI suspension, in which case it could be include some jail days. You should consult with an attorney in person or over the phone.
The person involved was followed into a public restroom and the police officer ordered him out of the stall and proceeded to find a syringe on the floor behind the toilet between the stalls. The party that was arrested had been clean of drugs. The case is over 3 years old and a warrent had been... Read more »
The circumstances here are perplexing. Certainly law enforcement does show dead bodies to people all the time in order to identify those bodies, and sometimes they're bound to have it wrong. If they had some reason to believe your sister was the body they could call you down for an ID and you...Read more »
Harassment complaint filed with Oxford PD in March while at college. Ex boyfriend continues to harass via phone, text, email and social media despite being blocked (using other phones and making fake accounts to do so) Currently living in another state but will return to Oxford, OH for college in... Read more »
Several things you can do. First, you can report it to the police. Telecommunications harassment is a criminal offense in Ohio. Second, you file for civil stalking protection order with the county court. Most of them have forms.
The court appointed criminal attorney IS NOT a criminal attorney and she refuses to file motions, deliver discovery, visit her client or even talk to her client so now he's trying to file his own motions in his matter.
In Case No. 1:12-CR-043(5) in the Southern District of Ohio, a plea agreement was accepted that in exchange for a guilty plea to the above charge, the Government would take no position on sentencing. An initial sentence of 6 months incarceration was vacated by the Sixth Circuit when the Government... Read more »
That is a disabling conviction, yes. And under the current state of things, a pardon would be it. There is a law providing for application to the ATF for relief, but congress has never funded processing of such applications.
And the gun was in fact found in his ex girlfriend bedroom and the gun was registered in her name ! They can’t just say it gun possession if they did not find it on him or in his possession.They had no search warrant when they searched his ex girlfriend house and he was not staying at that... Read more »
As the holder of a vendor's license, you are required by law to file returns even if no sales occur and no taxes are owed. If you have failed to do so, it's likely you are looking at fines, not taxes. You should review the document you received with an attorney.
I'm at my wits end. He won't listen to me or his dad. He has been truant from school most of the past school year. He has run away and continues to threaten to run away even after the cops found and brought him home. What do I do?
Its actually 2 in ten years and 3 in 20 years is what the person has. The court is trying to drop it to an unclassified misdemeanor 1 and I don't see how that is even possible considering the indictment was signed by a grand jury for the Felony 4 ovi. You can't just change something... Read more »
They can and do amend charges all the time. It seems like an odd mistake to make owing to how simple it is to count years and convictions, but the mistake was made and so it has to be corrected. There's no violation of civil rights. The defendant gets a huge benefit here, why would he not want...Read more »
I really depends why she doesn't want to see if. If he is abusive, you can file a private custody action seeking to keep her away from him. If she's just 12 and being difficult, you may have to tell her the visitation schedule in the visitation schedule and it isn't optional anymore...Read more »
Long story short, sentenced to e yrs probation for 2 counts of cocaine possession. this August will be two years from time of conviction. Really done well in probation, stayed clean, working, etc. Interstate compact to ohio, if that matters. It's looking like here in ohio I might he able to... Read more »
An Ohio court can only expunge the records of a crime committed in Ohio. Our courts have no authority to order records of a Florida court sealed. As for reductions and dismissals, unless you’re currently in a diversion program, you already pleaded guilty and were sentenced, so it’s too late for...Read more »
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