When Your Teenager Is Being Charged As An Adult: Why Hiring A Criminal Attorney Is Important

When young teens commit a crime and are charged in juvenile court, they will get legal representation from an attorney that practices juvenile court law. While this same attorney has the knowledge to defend your teen if they are being charged as an adult, this does not mean that they have any experience with the adult criminal court system. Defending a juvenile who has committed a crime in juvenile court vs. Read More 

Consequences of DUI Convictions

Did you know that a DUI conviction can drastically affect your lifestyle? In the short term, DUI convictions can result in court fines, license suspension, and potential jail time. However, DUI convictions can also affect your life and future in other ways. Learn more about the consequences of DUI convictions. Consequences Related to Your Job Did you know that being convicted of a DUI could potentially cost you your job? Think about it. Read More 

Defense For Assault

Even if you are a peace-loving person, you could find yourself involved in an altercation that leads to an assault charge. You do not have to randomly attack someone to face this legal challenge. Simple assault is a common charge and one that can be levied for a number of reasons. If you are arrested for simple assault, you need to understand what that means and how to defend yourself from the charge. Read More 

4 Questions You Should Ask When Hiring A Criminal Attorney

Being charged with a crime can be very stressful. You might be worried about your future and how this charge will affect your finances. One of the most important parts of having a good outcome from the process is to hire the right criminal defense lawyer. Before you hire an attorney you should ask them some questions. Here are some things you need to know about hiring a criminal attorney. Read More 

What Is A Mayor’s Court And What Can You Do About It?

In certain Ohio cities, if you have been accused of a minor crime or misdemeanor, you may be able to go to a mayor's court to handle the situation instead of having to appear before a judge in a trial setting.  Mayor's Court A mayor's court is usually presided over by a magistrate instead of a judge. The magistrate is appointed by the mayor, not elected by the citizens of that town. Read More