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

2014

The chart below outlines some successes from 2014. 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 2014: Public Indecency case reduced to Disorderly Conduct with fine only.

December 2014: Assault case dismissed.

December 2014: Failure to Stop for School Bus.  Case dismissed.

December 2014: Juvenile Domestic Violence and Assault reduced to Disorderly Conduct and then dismissed and sealed.

November 2014: Client charged with Resisting Arrest and No Ops after traffic stop.  Resisting Arrest dismissed and No Ops reduced to a minor misdemeanor temporary instruction permit violation.

November 2014: Driving Under Suspension dismissed for client’s plea to separate tag violation charge.  Costs only.

November 2014: Reckless Operation, Speeding 97/55, Falsification and Failure to Control.  Reduced to single ROMV and Equipment Violation with fine only.  No suspension.

October 2014: Domestic Violence and Assault reduced to Criminal Mischief, a property crime.

October 2014: Client involved in accident and charged with High Test OVI, Hit/Skip and Failure to Yield.  Successful in negotiating case to an impaired OVI and obtaining minimum penalties without jail time.

October 2014: Failure to Control.  Dismissed for costs.

October 2014: Construction zone speed of 73/55 reduced to no point 59/55.

September 2014: Successfull in expunging client’s dismissed charges of Domestic Violence and Assault.

September 2014: Receiving Stolen Property dismissed for payment of restitution.

September 2014: Hazmat and Traffic Control Device violations reduced to single Hazmat violation avoiding the traffic offense on the CDL record.

September 2014: Contributing to Delinquency of a Minor reduced to Disorderly Conduct.

September 2014: Juvenile speeding 86/70.  Case held open and dismissed.

September 2014: Traffic Control Device dismissed for safety course and costs.

August 2014: Client charged with first degree misdemeanor Failure to Comply with Order or Signal of an Officer.  Reduced to minor misdemeanor Resisting Enforcing Officer with no suspension, no points, and a $100 fine.

July 2014: Felony Possession of Molly.  Reduced to misdemeanor attempted possession.

July 2014: Client charged with Failure to Yield causing an accident.  Case dismissed for safety course and costs.

July 2014: Speeding 67/50 dismissed for safety course and costs.

June 2014: Failure to Yield case dismissed.

June 2014: Following Too Close reduced to Equipment Violation

June 2014: Failure to Yield to Public Safety vehicle reduced to Improper Passing with a fine only.

June 2014: Marked Lanes violation dismissed for safety course and costs.

May 2014: Successful in obtaining expungment of Resisting Arrest conviction over prosecutor’s objection.

May 2014: Speed and Driving Under Suspension reduced to single count of speed.

May 2014: Speeding 76/60 reduced to no-point 64/60.

May 2014: Speeding, Following to Close and Tag Violation reduced to single count of speed with $25 fine plus costs.

April 2014: Domestic Violence and Assault.  Dismissed.

March 2014: 64/45 reduced to 59/55 after client agreed to pay costs and complete online safety course.

February 2014: Speeding 41/25 dismissed.

February 2014: 51/35 reduced to muffler violation.

January 2014: Wrongful Entrustment case dismissed for community service.

January 2014: 60/45 which was client’s 3rd speed in 12 months reduced to no point 49/45.

Contact

Phone: (614) 461-8080
Text: (614) 304-1010
Fax: (614) 754-5025

Jeff Reynard, Esq.
Reynard & Rice, llp
35 E. Livingston Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43215

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