Columbus, Ohio Criminal Defense, DUI / OVI, and Traffic Attorney

2006

The chart below outlines some successes from 2006. No attorney can win every case, so individual results vary due to many factors. These cases should not be taken as a guarantee of what I could do for you, but only as evidence of my successful resolution of some very difficult matters for clients. I work hard for each of my clients and I believe my record of success speaks for itself.

December 2006: Client faced 113 days of jail on a probation violation. Judge was insistent on not lifting warrant requiring client to go to jail. Successfully negotiated the 113 day jail term down to 10 days in jail with 7 days suspended.

December 2006: Theft, disorderly conduct, and driving left of center. Set for trial. On trial date, prosecutor agreed to plea of guilty to disorderly conduct with theft and traffic cases dismissed. No fine or costs. $80 in restitution ordered.

December 2006: CDL Driver charged with speeding 65 in a 55. Ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with a $25 fine.

November 2006: Domestic Violence and Assault. Case dismissed.

November 2006: Domestic Violence and Assault. Case dismissed.

November 2006: Client from out-of-state charged with speeding 74 in a 55. Ticket amended to a non-moving equipment violation. $75 fine.

November 2006: Client charged with M-1 Assault, M-1 Theft, and M-1 Driving under suspension. Negotiated case to an M-4 and M-3 with no fine, costs only, and 1 year of non-reporting probation. Driving under suspension dismissed preserving clients ability to get a license.

November 2006: CDL Driver charged with speeding 67 in a 55. Case dismissed.

November 2006: Client charged with M-1 Assault. Case dismissed.

November 2006: Domestic Violence and Assault. Case dismissed.

October 2006: Juvenile client charged with F-1 Rape. Successfully negotiated to an F-5 GSI with 1 year probation and no registration as a sexual offender.

October 2006: Truck driver with CDL charged with speeding 68 in a 55. Got ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with $100 fine.

October 2006: CDL driver charged with speeding 83 in a 65. Case dismissed.

October 2006: Client faced 2 traffic tickets as the result of an accident and a speeding violation. Accident case was dismissed. Client admitted to speeding with no fine and only court costs to pay.

October 2006: Client charged with M-1 No-Ops. Ticket amended to M-4 fictitious plates with a $55 fine.

September 2006: Juvenile client facing F-1 Robbery and F-4 Assault on Police Officer. Negotiated to dismiss the robbery and plea to Assault. Client received 5 months probation, counseling, parenting classes, and was ordered to get a job.

September 2006: Client indicted for F-4 Identity Fraud and F-5 Receiving Stolen Property. Successfully got client into diversion program that avoided the charges and will permit client to have a clean record.

August 2006: Truck driver with CDL charged with speeding 65 in a 55. Got ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with $75 fine.

August 2006: Client had outstanding warrant for prior traffic case and received additional ticket for violation of a traffic control device. Warrant set aside and Case dismissed. Amended traffic control case to non-moving equipment violation with $75 fine.

August 2006: Client charged with speeding 65 in a 35 and facing 4 points for the violation. Got amended to a 39/35 with 0 points and a $50 fine.

August 2006: CDL Driver caught speeding 71 in a 55. Ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with $55 fine.

August 2006: Client received 2 separate violations and faced 6 points for speeding 95 in a 65 and running a stop sign. Case negotiated to a 2 point speed with total of $120 fine and costs.

August 2006: CDL Driver charged with speeding 70 in a 55. Ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation. $110 fine.

August 2006: 17 year old client faced charged of F-3 Burglary and F-4 Vandalism. Entered agreement with prosecutor to dismiss and expunge all charges upon payment of restitution.

July 2006: CDL driver charged with speeding 71 in a 55. Prosecution initially offered to amend to 59/55. Case then dismissed.

July 2006: M-1 Theft. Negotiated to M-4 unauthorized use of property, $100 fine, suspended jail, and non-reporting PNC for 1 year.

June 2006: Reckless operation and speeding 87 in a 55. Got charge reduced to a 2-point speed with $100 fine.

June 2006: Client charged with speeding 58 in a 45 construction zone. Ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with $150 fine.

June 2006: Client charged with OVI and marked lanes violations. Case set for trial and on trial date ticket amended to a Physical Control violation. Client paid $350 fine, DIP, and 1 year non-reporting probation.

June 2006: CDL Driver charged with speeding 71 in a 55. Ticket amended to non-moving equipment violation with $55 fine.

May 2006: Client charged with F-2 Burglary. Negotiated dismissal of charge.

April 2006: Client charged with M-1 Child Endangering and M-4 Menacing. Negotiated dismissal of the charges with client’s agreement to pay court costs.

February 2006: 17 year old client charged with F-1 Complicity to Rape. Negotiated case to a stipulated F-5 Assault. Client avoided registration as a sexual offender and was placed on 1 year of probation.

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Attorney At Law
35 E. Livingston Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43215