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Montgomery County Criminal Defense Attorneys – Ohio

Charged with a Crime in Montgomery County? Call LHA at (513) 338-1890 Today.

Considered Ohio’s fifth largest county, Montgomery County has a rich and diverse community. Home to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, where the Air Force Institute of Technology is located and Wright State University, Montgomery County is brims with patriotic and academic achievers.

Unfortunately, people are arrested and charged with crimes on a daily basis. The reasons why a person may be held criminally charged is not always clear. Evidence surrounding the charge may be based on unclear or downright untrue facts.

From drug offenses to DUIs and other criminal traffic violations, it’s important to have a knowledgeable Montgomery County criminal defense attorney by your side. At Luftman, Heck & Associates, attorney Brad Groene is a skilled attorney who represents people in and around Montgomery County and its adjacent counties, including:

  • Miami County
  • Clark County
  • Greene County
  • Warren County
  • Butler County
  • Preble County
  • Darke County

Allowing a public defender to represent you in court against a criminal charge will not always have an ideal outcome. According to national statistics provided by the United States Department of Justice, yearly data as proved that private attorneys have a better chance of achieving a better outcome for their clients. This is because a private attorney like Montgomery County criminal defense lawyer Brad Groene can invest the extra time and resources required to give your case the best representation it deserves.

Montgomery County Drug Crimes

In recent years, there has an increasing number of cases involving heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine trafficking and manufacturing. Ohio drug laws are highly complex. If you are facing charges a drug offense, it will be in your best interest to contact a Montgomery County drug lawyer immediately.

In additional to Ohio state laws, there are a number of federal laws that may apply to your case, depending on the classification of the drug. This could affect your final sentence.

According to the federal government, here is a breakdown of certain drug classifications:

  • Schedule I Drugs – Considered the most dangerous of drugs with the highest risk of addition, these drugs will often carry harsher penalties for conviction. Drug included under this classification includes marijuana, heroin, LSD, and ecstasy.
  • Schedule II – These drugs have a high risk of dependency and the penalty for conviction may be less severe than under a Schedule I drug classification. Substances considered a Schedule II drug includes cocaine, opium, methamphetamines, and amphetamines.
  • Schedule III, IV, V – Considered less dangerous than Schedule I or II substances, drugs under these less severe classifications include anabolic steroids, ketamine, codeine, clonazepam and certain sedatives.

Drugs are slightly less dangerous than Schedule II substances, but they still have a moderate risk of abuse. Schedule III substances include hydrocodone, codeine, anabolic steroids, testosterone, ketamine, and some depressants.

The consequences of a drug conviction in Ohio is severe. For representation, call Montgomery County criminal defense attorney Brad Groene.

Criminal Traffic Offenses in Montgomery County

Major highways like Interstate 70, Interstate 75, Interstate 675, U.S. Route 25 and U.S. Route 40 cross through and around Montgomery County, intersecting major cities including Dayton, Kettering, Riverside, Springboro, Carlisle, and Huber Heights.

If you have been charged with a traffic offense involving:

  • Leaving the Scene with Property Damage
  • Leaving the Scene with Serious Injury or Death
  • Speeding Causing an Accident
  • Vehicular Assault
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Driving Under Suspension
  • Driving Without a Valid License

…you should seek consult from a skilled Montgomery County criminal defense lawyer who thoroughly understands traffic laws specifically involving Ohio.

Get Legal Help from a Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyer

When you have been charged with a crime in Dayton or another city in the surrounding area, it’s natural to feel anxious and overwhelmed. One of the worst mistakes you can make shortly after being handed a criminal charge is to delay in contacting a Montgomery County criminal defense lawyer or worse – never contacting one at all.

A knowledgeable Cincinnati criminal defense lawyer will understand the ins and outs of Ohio law. Delaying contacting the right Montgomery County criminal defense lawyer today will only allow the prosecution to build their case against you or your family member.

Don’t allow that to happen.

When you contact Montgomery criminal defense attorney Brad Groene, you will be provided with a free consult regarding your potential case. Brad believes that a client-attorney relationship should be established on open communication, trust, and honesty for quality representation. Therefore he makes himself personally available 24/7, weeknights and weekends to take your calls and texts.

To receive your free consultation today, call attorney Groene at (513) 338-1890.

Facing Montgomery County Criminal Charges? Contact Brad Today

A criminal charge can throw your whole life out of order, and a conviction could dramatically shape the rest of your life. If this is your first experience with the legal system, you’re likely wondering what will happen to you. If you have faced criminal charges in the past, you know that the right defense makes all the difference. The Montgomery County criminal defense lawyers with Luftman, Heck & Associates are here to help you, no matter what your experience has been. We have been working in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area for years, representing clients on complex drug charges and fighting for their freedoms. If you’re ready to learn more, call attorney Brad Groene for a free legal consultation today at (513) 438-8613 or email us at