We recently helped a 20-year-old college student pursuing a criminal justice degree. While on break, the young man was pulled over while driving in Clermont County, arrested, and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and speeding.
The client had no previous criminal record and the charges carried fines and court costs, the automatic loss of driving privileges for six months, and a permanent criminal record if convicted. The client feared the outcome of the effect of the the charges on his eligibility to obtain student loans, be employed in the criminal justice field, and drive for the next six months. He reached out to Cincinnati drug lawyer Brad Groene at Luftman, Heck & Associates to see if he could take his case. Brad attended two court hearings on the client’s behalf, and successfully negotiated a dismissal of the two possession charges in exchange for the speeding ticket. The young man avoided any risk or problems with his student loan eligibility or career prospects. Ultimately, our client only ended up with a small fine and a traffic citation on his record. He maintained his driver’s license and does not have to be worried about a permanent criminal record.
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