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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: I was charged with misuse of credit card of $ 600.00 (F5).Is it possible thru arbitration to red to M1

Last fall, I had been struggling with alcohol after a myriad of traumatic life events occurred( have all proof/ documents). While intoxicated, I was at Hollywood Gaming in Austintown,OH. I played slots, but mostly used Ohio Lottery Machine to purchase tickets, as I had previously done (have bank... Read more »

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Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

If you are facing a 5th degree felony you should retain counsel on the matter to discuss possible defenses and plea deals.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for Ohio on
Q: so I just turned 18, but my girlfriend is 16 still . her parents dont know about us. can I get in legal trouble?

her parents are homophobic, we've been dating for 3 months and arent doing anything contact wise. can I get in trouble legally if her parents find out?

Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

The age of consent in Ohio is 16 years of age.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Sexual Harassment and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: can you take back consent from a person and report it like if you havent met them but you guys did the sexual situation.
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Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

Are you asking on whether you can now claim rape because you changed your mind after having consensual sexual relations with someone? NO NO YOU CANNOT! This in itself is false reporting and is a crime.

If you are asking can you start out having consensual sexual relations and then decide...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: Would I qualify for tpo, how would a custody battle look? We both signed the BC when son was born. Live together.

Basically the baby was born a month ago. We haven’t been doing well for a while now and last night the mother wanted to argue with me, I told her I didn’t want to argue and she tried to throw stuff at me which I didn’t care about. So she told me that if she throws our newborn across the room... Read more »

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Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

In Ohio if you are unmarried, the mother has sole custody of the child. In order to get custody you will have to prove paternity and file for custody. Due to the violent nature of the above described events, you maybe able to get emergency custody of the child. You should contact a family law... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Juvenile Law for Ohio on
Q: 17 year old with 15 year old in Ohio

I’m 17 and a senior in high school and my girlfriend is 15 and a sophomore in high school. We have a multitude of the same activities together. I’m aware that under the current laws, since we’re both under 18 we can consent to each other. With that being said there will be a short period... Read more »

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Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

You are correct the age of consent in Ohio is 16 years of age. There is a close in age exception for minors. Once you turn 18, you cannot legally have sexual contact with a minor under the age of consent, 16. Whether or not you will be prosecuted for the relationship depends on numerous things,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: I have a 19 yr son who keeps stealing from me and assaulting me physically and verbally.
Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

There is no question here. If you are being assaulted and robbed you should contact the police and file a report.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: I am charged with phone harassment what do I do?
Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

You should retain an attorney to help defend you on the charges.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Ohio on
Q: Expungement. 2009 felony of th 5th receing stolen property.

Also have a MM for marinuana possesion in 2010

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Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

In Ohio expungement of a record is limited to specific crimes, generally only available for victims of sex trafficking. However, Ohio does allow for sealing records of a non violent nature, that do not involve minors. You must wait 3 years from final disposition of the felony, and 1 year for the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: I got jumped Fri afternoon when I was walking around the apartment complex where I live still haven't filed a report

With the police and I, m scared to walk outside anymore what should I do

Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

You should file a report with the police.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Ohio on
Q: My DV conviction was in 2015. In what year was the law changed to forever seein a DV conviction and does this affect me?

I actually had 2 F4 convictions but i got ILC for one.

Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

It is unclear what you are asking here. Your DV convictions will appear on a background check. If you are asking about getting them off your record, or sealing your record. Ohio does not allow sealing of records that pertain to violence, so you would not qualify to seal your record.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Ohio on
Q: 2925.14A_B DRUG PARAPHENALIA (MM) is this a minor misdemeanor?

I received this charge in 2018 and recently I have been training and studying for a concealed carry permit, I'm worried this may have an affect on obtain such a permit and I hope to receive the information needed to understand this better.

Breezy M Warner
Breezy M Warner answered on Mar 25, 2020

In Ohio violation of ORC2925.14 is a 4th degree misdemeanor minor, it is not a felony which would effect your ability to get a concealed carry permit.

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