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If you are accused of operating a vehicle under the influence, a lawyer who knows the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) guidelines on investigation is your best ally. The make-or-break evidence in these cases is usually the dashboard or body camera recording made by the investigating officer. You need an attorney who knows how to dissect this recording to see if there were any NHTSA procedural errors.

Misdemeanor & Felony Charges:


The government can, and often does, bring criminal charges against people who are completely innocent. We fight hard for all our clients, whether they’re someone who was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time or a repeat offender. To us, there’s no such thing as what other folks call “those people.” We’ll make the best possible outcome in your case our priority.

Expungements & Record Sealing:


For people who have been convicted, it can sometimes be hard to find a job or a better-paying one when a potential employer knows you have a criminal record. Expungements and Record Sealing can give people who have paid their debt to society a chance to compete for jobs or promotions on a more level playing field.

Relief from Weapons Disability:


Ohio law provides a path to regain your Second Amendment rights. If you have been convicted of a felony or other disabling crime, or if you had a civil protection order against you, contact us to learn more about eligibility for regaining your Constitutional right to bear arms. We know what the courts are looking for in this kind of petition.

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