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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: How can you get a warrant cleared
Marcus A. Ross
Marcus A. Ross answered on Dec 1, 2021


If this is an arrest warrant it can be set aside/cleared by making an appearance with Counsel who can make a request (with the prosecutor present) for the Judge to set the warrant aside. (You can show up by yourself but typically retaining counsel will allow your Attorney to reach...
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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents and Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: I made a dumb decision tonight. I was waiting in a long line at drive thru late, and a kid blatently cut me off in line.

The kid ended up being 17 years old. I pulled out of line and threw a thin plastic, mcdonalds cup at his passenger window and left. He followed me even though I tried to lose him to my parents where my daughter was sleeping. He got out of his car making threats, so I grabbed a golf club and yelled... Read more »

Marcus A. Ross
Marcus A. Ross answered on Nov 24, 2021


If you are unsure whether the surveilance video cameras will show you causing damage to the window at the McDonald's then you can arrange with the young man to pay for the damage and make full restitution based on a written estimate he gives for the costs of the repairs and/or...
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