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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for Ohio on
Q: Hi, I know that this is a big question, but what is the statute of limitation for Childhood sexual abuse?

It happened in Ohio, but I live in Kansas now. There are also other witnesses to what happened to me. He also showed me C.P. as I was told by 2 key witnesses... This was my grandfather that did this to me

Raquel Ann Parish
Raquel Ann Parish answered on Apr 19, 2022

Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 2305.111 (C) An action for assault or battery brought by a victim of childhood sexual abuse based on childhood sexual abuse, or an action brought by a victim of childhood sexual abuse asserting any claim resulting from childhood sexual abuse, shall be brought within... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: What happens if ur not Mirandized and warrant and parole officer were called/issued hours after being booked?

They are serious drug charges and this is his 4th time around but that shouldn't matter, I'm thinking that's what Miranda rights are to be read is so people remember their rights.

Richard W. Noel
Richard W. Noel answered on Mar 15, 2022

If a person isn't properly Mirandized, an attorney can argue to have any statements made during the questioning suppressed. That's not the same as a dismissal. If a person is on parole, they have a much less diminished expectation of privacy when it comes to searches. Finally, warrants... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: my boyfriend is in primary state custody. he is getting sentenced by the feds on the 9th and then sentenced by the state

the state is willing to run their time concurrent to the feds. how do we make sure he does his time in the feds

Patrick DiChiro
Patrick DiChiro answered on Jan 29, 2022

The prisons will work this matter out. But it’s most likely he will do his federal time first in any state time will run concurrent with that. If he has additional state time after his federal time then he will go to state prison if not he will be straight released from federal prison.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: me and the mother of my children got into a altercation and I shot the ground. What am I looking at? Probation?

I was just mad and angry. I would never hurt her. Gun was never pointed at her. What I did was wrong and I know that but I was never intending to use it on her at all.

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jan 27, 2022

You need to get a lawyer. Depending on how they charge this it could be very serious and gun specifications carry mandatory prison time. Anytime you use a gun during the commission of an offense the risk of being sent to prison is pretty high.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Banking and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Am I in a legal obligation to give the money back

The other day I went and made a withdrawal from Checksmart and the woman who did my transaction gave me $675 and then gave me a receipt with my transaction my old amount my transaction amount and my new balance. After that she gave me the $675 in cash and when I got home she called me and told me... Read more »

Andrew Popp
Andrew Popp answered on Aug 31, 2021

Yes, you have an obligation to return the money.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Hello, have you heard of "federal grants" being applied for on facebook?

Facebook? Require a delivery fee of 2000.00 deposit via bitcoin atm and will give me a grant check, how do I check the validity

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jun 26, 2021

That’s a scam.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Does a conviction under 21 U.S.C. §§ 843(a)(3) and 846 disqualify one from gun ownership?

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 »

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jun 24, 2021

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.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: So I got a ccw on me in my po put a warrant out for Crystal meth n I'm 17 going on to 18 would they drop it when I'm 18?

But my lawyer dropped one if the charges down to a misdemeanor

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on May 19, 2021

No, it will get worse when you’re an adult. Deal with it now as a juvenile.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: What is ohio code for v2k
Andrew Popp
Andrew Popp answered on Apr 28, 2021

v2k could stand for a few different things. In order to provide a proper answer, can you rephrase the question?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: I did get a payday loan and was not able to pay it, is that fraud?
Nicholas P. Weiss
Nicholas P. Weiss answered on Mar 12, 2021

No.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: i am a highschool student who is trying to better understand the McClesky v. Kemp case that i was given by my tea

how did they come to the conclusion of the death penalty? And if a man can get the death penalty by killing a police officer while resisting lawful arrest bc they were involved in an armed robbery, then why don't serial killers get sentenced to death as well?

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Feb 25, 2021

In order to impose death as a penalty, juries are typically called upon to consider aggravating factors--things that made the crime worse--and mitigating factors--things that made it better--as compared to similar offenses. These come in two basic varieties: (1) facts from the offense itself, and... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Can i sue someone who scammed me if i have their phone number thats active

Scammed me out of my cashapp account which is a checking account

Hunter G. Cavell
Hunter G. Cavell answered on Feb 2, 2021

You would likely need to hire a private investigator to track down the person. The private investigator should also discover if the person and/or company you need to sue is collectible, because if you win a judgment but the defendant has no money, then you would have thrown good money after bad.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: How can i get my case off public records
Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Nov 28, 2020

If it’s an eligible conviction, you can apply to seal the record. Speak privately with an attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Can Carrying concealed weapon charge be lessened to something else or dismissed
Hunter G. Cavell
Hunter G. Cavell answered on Jul 9, 2020

Talk to a criminal defense attorney. This will depend on the circumstances, the prosecutor, and the judge. There is no one-size-fits-all answer here.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: Can Carrying concealed weapon F4 charge be reduced or dismissed
Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jul 5, 2020

Any charge can be reduced or dismissed. The question is will it be, and that depends upon the facts and the work of an attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Ohio on
Q: my x commited credit card theft while I was in the store with him!

He told me he was buying us clothes because I was pregnant at the time! The second time he did it he stole my card out my mail box that had 500$ on it! And told me he still had my card with the money on it he just grabbed it for me he said well we went to the same place went shopping for our baby... Read more »

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jun 15, 2020

You haven't asked a question, but you really ought to hire an attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: u get caught with a gun and gt out on bail , bt get caught months later w/ a gun get 3yr state can the feds pick it up

Do we have to wait till he’s done with the 3 1/2 years .. non violent offender covidt is taking over and killing them in there in Belmont corrections needed help and understanding i was told that u would help consult me and look into it to retain a lawyer

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Jun 1, 2020

The Justia forum allows you to post questions that lawyers like me can then offer answers to. If you want to contact a lawyer directly, you can do so with the information located on their profile or in the directory. As far as I know, Justia does not actively consult.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: I was assaulted in a corporation by an unknown individual I want to view video for was not granted can you please help
Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on May 20, 2020

You should report the assault to the police, who will review the video to see if it shows anything.

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 and Federal Crimes for Ohio on
Q: I was sentenced to prison in Ohio. nothing aggravated. and different counties. One court sentenced me to 9 months,

the other to 8 months Consecutively. Ohio gun laws state that someone cant own a gun in ohio it they served over a year in prison. Can I still own a gun considering my sentences where ran consecutively and not concurrent?

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams answered on Mar 6, 2020

Ohio law says you cannot possess a firearm if you have been convicted of a felony offense of violence or a felony drug offense. Federal law says you cannot possess a firearm if you have been convicted of an offense punishable (punishable, not actually punished) with more than 1 year in prison or a... Read more »

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