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What Is Drug Conspiracy in Ohio?

Categories: Drugs, Legal Blog

Many believe drug conspiracy charges are rare, reserved for large criminal organizations, or the stuff of movies. But Ohio takes drug conspiracy charges seriously and pursues them aggressively. Drug conspiracy occurs anytime two or more people plan a drug crime. This is considered to have…

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May 1st, 2023

When Do Ohio Drug Charges Become Felonies?

Categories: Drugs, Legal Blog

Ohio drug laws have changed significantly over the past few years, reflecting a shifting attitude toward drug crime and addiction. Like many states, Ohio has emphasized addressing drug-related issues, like dispensing less severe punishments for minor drug offenses, increasing access to expungement, and offering treatment…

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Self checkout machine April 21st, 2023

Ohio Shoplifting Charges at Self-Checkout

Categories: Legal Blog, Theft

Shoplifting is one of the most common crimes in America. And with self-checkouts becoming increasingly common in all types of retail and grocery stores, shoplifting continues to rise by 10% a year. Due to the minimal human oversight at these stations, it’s easy for someone…

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Woman putting gun into purse January 23rd, 2023

How to Get Your Gun Rights Back in Ohio

Categories: Criminal Defense, Legal Blog

As an American citizen, you have a constitutional right to bear arms. But certain criminal convictions can result in losing your right to possess firearms. Fortunately, Ohio Law allows restoring your gun rights if the appropriate conditions are met. As experienced

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Gavel on top of money September 21st, 2022

When to Take a Plea Deal in Ohio?

Categories: Criminal Defense, Legal Blog

There’s no doubt about it – facing criminal charges in Hamilton County, Ohio, is scary. As the accused, you have to weigh your options and decide if your case is worth taking to trial. However, Ohio criminal law allows for alternatives, like a plea agreement,…

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