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Criminal Defense

If you have been accused of a crime, you need an experienced and aggressive criminal trial lawyer to assist you immediately. Do not talk to police, detectives, or any other Agent's working for the state. Do not give them a written or recorded statement. They are not trying to help you. They only want to get information to prove you did something wrong. KNOW YOR RIGHTS! Call our office today for a FREE telephone consultation. I am a criminal defense & DUI attorney who service clients in Medina County. For over a decade, our office has helped hundreds of clients to reduce or dismiss criminal charges filed against them. If you are charged with a felony, a misdemeanor, or drunk driving (DUI or OVI) you need an aggressive and experienced criminal trial lawyer to represent and advise you immediately.

Our office has been successfully defending and dismissing MEDINA COUNTY DUI and OVI charges for clients since 1998. Likewise, we have successfully defended clients charged with offences like rape felonious assault, felony drug trafficking, felony child endangering, felony burglary, felony domestic violence, felony drunk driving (DUI or OVI), felony sex offences and other violent crimes in may courts throughout Northeast Ohio including Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Stark, Wayne & Lorain. Once hired our office will aggressively investigate ALL of the facts and circumstance of your case, review all witness statements and evidence and determine how best to prove your innocence. We use private investigators, expert witnesses and the latest technology to prepare your defense and fight the prosecution. Most often the police decide a person did something wrong and only seek to gather information and evidence to prove their case and get you convicted. Our job is to find and present all of the other evidence and witnesses’ that proves your innocence. Although you are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, people charged with crimes must fight to prove they didn't do it: "Guilty until proven innocent." Our office will fight with you and for you ever step along the way. We are big enough to win but small enough to care about each and every client that hires our office.

More About Criminal Offenses

  • DUI

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    In the state of Ohio, a person can be charged with driving under the influence (DUI) if he/she drives a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs and/or alcohol. Additionally, a person can also be charged with a second DUI offense if he/she drives a motor vehicle while his/her abilities are impaired by alcohol or drugs (often as proven by field sobriety tests).

    Once a person a person is arrested for DUI, he/she may be charged with either a misdemeanor or felony DUI offense. If it is the person’s first time being arrested for driving under the influence, or if the person did not cause any third party or property damage, he/she will usually be charged with a misdemeanor. However, if the person has prior DUI convictions or if the person caused bodily harm to a third party or extensive property damage, it is very likely that he person will be charged with a felony offense.

    At these times, more than ever, is when an experienced Medina County DUI lawyer will make all the difference. A capable and aggressive Medina DUI lawyer can fully investigate the charges and create a plan of defense that has the greatest chance of standing up in court. Medina DUI Convictions & Penalties

    A person who has been convicted of driving under the influence in Medina will face a variety of severe legal consequences. This is why is is so important to work with a skilled Medina DUI attorney, who can provide effective legal counsel. The legal penalties associated with a Medina driving under the influence charge may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Driver’s License Suspension
    • Vehicle Impoundment
    • DUI School

    A DUI Defense Attorney Can Help

    After a person has been charged with or arrested for DUI in Medina, Ohio, it is imperative that the person consult a skilled Medina County DUI defense attorney. A driving under the influence defense lawyer can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses. Additionally, a Medina County DUI attorney can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Aiding & Abetting

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    Accused of or arrested for aiding and abetting? A Medina County criminal defense attorney can help.

    Aiding and abetting is a criminal act that occurs when a person helps another person in the commission of a crime. Any time a person helps another person who has committed a criminal offense, he/she can be charged with aiding and abetting.  This is true even if the person did not commit the crime in question, but merely played a minor role in it.  A person who partakes in any element of a crime can be charged with aiding and abetting because the law views assistance as “joint effort”.  People who assist with the commission of a crime or who are aware of a crime but do not report it are labeled as accomplices.

    Accomplices who are charged with aiding and abetting are susceptible to legal action from law enforcement, just like criminal offenders.  For this reason, it is always a wise idea for people who have been charged with aiding and abetting to speak with a knowledgeable Medina criminal defense attorney.  Even if their role in the crime was not substantial, people facing aiding and abetting charges need aggressive legal representation from an experienced defense lawyer to help avoid further prosecution and criminal conviction. 

    Aiding & Abetting – Convictions & Penalties

    A person who has been convicted of aiding and abetting in Medina, Ohio will face a variety of severe legal ramifications.  Without a skilled Medina criminal defense lawyer on their side, a person facing aiding and abetting charges really does not stand a chance. The prosecuting attorney will seek maximum penalties and will do whatever it takes to secure a conviction. These legal penalties may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Restitution
    • Court Ordered Counseling

    How an Attorney Can Help

    When a person has been charged with or arrested for aiding and abetting, it is imperative that he or she consult a Medina criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.  A Medina criminal defense lawyer can get involved from the beginning of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses.  Additionally, a criminal defense attorney can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s Medina Countyaiding and abetting charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Assault & Battery

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    Accused of assault and battery in Medina County?

    Assault and battery is a type of violent crime that is really a combination of two separate crimes.  Assault is the criminal act of threatening to cause bodily harm to another person, where as battery is causing bodily harm to another person.  Therefore, when a person commits assault and battery, he/she has threatened a person, and then caused that person physical harm through the use of violence.

    Like all violent crimes, assault and battery is vigorously prosecuted by Ohio law enforcement.  This is because this crime involves the injury of a third party and may even lead to death.  For this reason, any person who has been charged with a misdemeanor or felony count of assault and battery needs to consult with a skilled Medina County criminal defense attorney.  A Medina criminal defense lawyer with prior violent crimes experience will know how to provide the best possible defense for those who have been charged with assault and battery, or other violent offenses. 

    Medina Assault & Battery Conviction & Penalties

    I am experienced in defending assault and/or battery charges for clients throughout Medina and the surrounding areas.

    A person who has been convicted of assault and battery in Medina will face a variety of severe legal ramifications.  These legal penalties may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail time
    • Fines
    • Community service
    • Restitution
    • Court ordered counseling
    • Restraining orders

    A Medina Assault & Battery Attorney Can Help

    After a person has been charged with or arrested for assault and battery, it is imperative that the person consult with a skilled Medina County criminal defense attorney.  A Medina County defense lawyer can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses.  Additionally, a Medina County criminal defense attorney can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s assault and battery charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Burglary

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    Burglary is a type of theft crime that involves breaking into another person’s property.  When a person commits burglary, he/she may be looking to steal from a third party, or may be looking to commit another type of criminal offense.  People who commit burglary may or may not possess a weapon.  However, if an offender possesses a weapon while committing burglary, it is likely that he/she will be subjected to enhanced criminal charges.  Burglary is also referred to as “breaking and entering”.

    Once a person has been charged with burglary, it is usually in his/her best interest to obtain the services of a reliable Medina County criminal defense attorney.  Because many burglary cases also involve other crimes, it is likely that the person will be facing multiple charges.  By working with an experienced Medina defense lawyer, people can rest assured that their case will be handled by a professional who will place every effort into contesting their burglary charges, and other related charged.   

    Burglary Convictions & Penalties

    A Medina County burglary defense attorney is imperative in order to represent a person who has been charged with burglary. As these charges are often backed with physical evidence (video surveillance, fingerprints, etc.), a Medina County defense lawyer will need to work hard to find evidence or testimony in order to clear their client's name. I dedicate the necessary time, energy and resources to my clients - giving them the opportunity to reach a successful outcome for their burglary case.

    A person who has been convicted of burglary will face a variety of severe legal ramifications.  These legal penalties may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Restitution
    • Court Ordered Counseling

    A Burglary Attorney Can Help

    After a person has been charged with or arrested for burglary in Medina County, it is imperative that the person consult with a skilled Medina criminal defense attorney.  A defense lawyer can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses.  Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Conspiracy

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    Medina County Conspiracy Defense Lawyer

    According to the law, conspiracy occurs when two or more people agree to partake in a criminal act in the future.  When two or more people plan to break the law, and they then commit a crime together, they can be charged with the criminal offense they committed and also conspiracy.  In some cases, even if the people do not commit the crime they are planning, they can still be charged with conspiracy. Conspiracy charges can involve any type of criminal offense, including theft (such as robbery or burglary), murder, kidnapping, white collar crimes (such as fraud) and much more.

    After people have been charged with a crime like conspiracy, it is important that they are informed of their legal rights and options.  The best way people can become informed throughout the legal process is by retaining the services of a knowledgeable Medina County criminal defense attorney who will continually protect their best interests.  By working closely with the right attorney, people may be able to avoid conviction for conspiracy and not have to deal with the life-altering consequences that are associated with most conspiracy convictions. 

    Medina Conspiracy Charges & Penalties

    I can help if you have been accused of or charged with conspiracy. By providing honest legal advise and aggressive legal representation, the right criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. I always strive to provide our clients with only the best service and representation throughout the entire Medina County conspiracy charge process.

    I understand the gravity of a conspiracy charge. A person who has been convicted of conspiracy will face a variety of severe legal ramifications.  These legal penalties may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Restitution
    • Court Ordered Counseling

    A Medina Conspiracy Attorney Can Help!

    After a person has been charged with or arrested for conspiracy, it is imperative that that take a moment to consult a skilled Medina defense attorney.  I, when involved from the onset, can provide insight and direction as their Medina conspiracy case progresses.  Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Domestic Violence

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    Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer in Medina County

    Domestic violence is abuse that occurs within an intimate relationship or within a family setting.  In domestic violence cases, abuse can be physical, verbal, emotional, mental, or even financial.  Usually, the abuse is used as a way to force the victim into submission and to gain complete control over the victim.  Victims of domestic violence tend to let the abuse go unreported because they are often psychologically manipulated by their abusers.  Because the abuse is rarely reported, it will typically escalate over time or become cyclical.

    Once a report of domestic violence is made by an alleged victim, Medina law enforcement will usually get involved immediately.  People who are charged with domestic violence will be aggressively prosecuted and will need to obtain a competent criminal defense lawyer in order to ensure that their rights and best interests remain protected throughout the criminal process.

    Medina County Domestic Violence Conviction & Penalties

    I am dedicated to defending the rights of those individuals who have been accused of domestic violence, spousal abuse, spousal rape, child abuse or neglect. A person who has been convicted of domestic violence will face a variety of severe legal ramifications, and thus my experience and dedication of your domestic violence case will greatly affect your freedom and your future. 

    The legal penalties associated with a Medina domestic violence conviction may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Restitution
    • Court Ordered Counseling
    • Restraining Orders

    A Medina County Domestic Violence Attorney Can Help

    When a person has been charged with or arrested for domestic violence, it is imperative that the person consult a skilled Medina County criminal defense attorney immediately.  I can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses.  Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Drug Crimes

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    Medina County Drug Crime Defense Lawyer

    I am experienced in defending drug crime charges throughout Medina County. If you or someone you know has been arrested for a drug-related offense, you will need an experienced defense attorney on your side.

    A drug crime is a criminal act that involves the use, sale, possession, or distribution of illegal substances such as: marijuana, cocaine, crack, PCP, ecstasy, heroin, LSD, opiates, or unauthorized prescription medications. In recent years, Medina has become increasingly harsh with both drug crime laws and penalties. Any person who is convicted of a drug crime in Medina can expect to spend time in jail, pay large fines, and attend mandatory drug an alcohol treatment.

    Due to the severity of the legal consequences involved, it is always advisable that a person retain the services of a knowledgeable Medina criminal defense attorney once he/she has been charged with a drug crime. I can provide a client with insightful legal counsel and direction throughout the criminal process.

    Medina County Drug Crimes

    According to the law, numerous illegal acts are categorized as drug crimes in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious drug crimes that are frequently committed in Medina County and the surrounding areas are:

    • Drug cultivation
    • Drug distribution
    • Drug importation
    • Drug manufacturing
    • Drug possession
    • Drug possession for sale
    • Drug trafficking
    • Drug transportation

    Obtaining a Drug Crime Defense Attorney

    After a person has been charged with committing a drug crime, it is imperative that the person consult a skilled Medina criminal defense attorney. A defense lawyer can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses. Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Expungements

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    Clear your Medina County Criminal Record

    There are ways in which a person can have arrests and criminal charges removed from their criminal records if he/she meets certain eligibility requirements. The process of removing an arrest or criminal charges from a person’s record is referred to as “expungement” or “sealing”. Not everyone is eligible for expungement, but those who are should always consider working with an experienced criminal defense attorney so that their criminal records can be cleared. By petitioning for expungement, people can move forward with their lives and leave their mistakes in the past.

    After a person has been arrested for a crime, a record of his/her arrest will always exist, even if he/she was not formally charged with a criminal offense. The same holds true if a person was charged with a crime and his/her case was dismissed or he/she was found “not guilty”. All arrests and charges are noted on a person’s criminal record and will remain on his/her record indefinitely.

    Many people are not aware of the consequences that are associated with having negative marks on their criminal records. Criminal records are accessible to the public, which means any person has access to another person’s arrest history and criminal background. This information is usually screened when a person applies for a job, housing, or even college, and can place limits on the person’s future quality of life.

  • Hit & Run

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    Medina County Hit and Run Defense Lawyer

    Hit and run is a criminal act that occurs when a person is involved in a motor vehicle accident, causes property damage or physical damage to a third party, and then leaves the scene. According to Ohio law, when a person is involved in a motor vehicle accident, he/she should report the accident to law enforcement and also exchange appropriate information with others who were involved in the collision. It is illegal for a person to cause a car accident and then flee a scene.

    If a person leaves the scene of the accident, and does not report the accident, he/she can be charged with hit and run. Hit and runs can be classified as misdemeanors or felonies. Usually, classification will depend upon the person’s criminal history, the extent of property damage caused by the accident (if any), the extent of physical injuries caused by the accident (if any), and if the person was under the influence of drugs and or alcohol at the time of the accident. When DUI is involved, additional penalties will likely be assessed.

    Once a person has been charged with hit & run, whether it is classified as a misdemeanor or felony, it is usually a wise idea for the person to review his/her legal options with a knowledgeable Medina County criminal defense attorney. Without assistance from an experienced criminal defense lawyer, people stand to face numerous life-altering legal penalties if convicted.

    Hit & Run - Conviction & Penalties

    A person who has been convicted of hit & run will face a variety of severe legal ramifications. These legal penalties may include, but are not limited to:

    • Imprisonment
    • Jail Time
    • Fines
    • Community Service
    • Driver’s License Suspension
    • Drug & Alcohol Counseling (if applicable)
    • Civil Action

    I am dedicated to defending the rights of those drivers who have been accused of involvement in a hit and run. By utilizing my resources and knowledge in this area, I am able to build innovative and effective defense strategies for our clients and their hit and run cases.  

  • Internet Crimes

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    Medina County Internet Crimes Attorney

    An internet crime is a criminal act that occurs while on the internet, through use of the internet, or by means of the internet. Due to the anonymity that the internet offers, many people have found that it is easy to commit crimes while on the web. Commonly committed internet crimes include crimes against children, illegal pornography (sex crimes), theft crimes, white collar crimes, federal crimes and even drug crimes. Internet crimes are currently on the rise, which has lead to an increase in web investigations by local, state, and federal law enforcement authorities.

    Many past investigations have led to the exposure and capture of internet crime offenders. Once caught, internet crime offenders face immediate legal action and prosecution from authorities. For this reason, it is important that a person retain the services of a skilled Tampa criminal defense attorney if he/she has been charged with an internet crime.

    Internet Crimes

    I am experienced in defending all types of internet crime charges throughout Medina and the surrounding areas. I understand how serious these charges are, and fight to help our clients reach a positive outcome for their individual internet crime cases.

    According to the law, numerous internet activities are considered illegal in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious internet crimes that are frequently committed are:

    • Crimes Against Children
    • Sex Crimes
    • Illegal Pornography
    • Theft
    • Identity Theft
    • Credit Card Fraud
    • Phishing
    • Spamming
    • Harassment
    • Illegal Downloading

    A Medina Internet Crimes Defense Attorney Can Help!

    Even when a person is facing serious internet crime charges, I can still help. When a person has been charged with committing an internet crime, it is imperative that they consult with a skilled Medina County criminal defense attorney. I can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses. Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.

  • Obstruction of Justice

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    Medina County Obstruction of Justice Attorney

    Obstruction of justice is a legal term that describes all unlawful acts that people partake in to obstruct, hinder, or delay the administration of justice. This term applies to law enforcement, courts, judges, and the government. For example, if a person evades police who are trying to make an arrest, he/she can be charged with obstruction of justice. Additionally, a person that gives false testimony in court can be charged with perjury, as well as obstruction of justice. Other examples of obstruction of justice include:

    • Bribing Witnesses
    • Not reporting crimes
    • Perjury
    • Resisting Arrest
    • Contempt of Court
    • Aiding & Abetting
    • Threatening or Intimidating Jurors

    In the United States, obstruction of justice usually refers to the act of interference in any work that relates to police officers, prosecutors, investigators, federal agencies, judges, or other government officials. When facing obstruction of justice charges, it is extremely important for a person to consult a Medina criminal defense attorney or Medina criminal lawyer as soon as possible - to start taking preventative measures against a conviction and heavy penalties.

    A Medina County Obstruction of Justice Defense Attorney Can Help!

    After a person has been charged with a crime such as obstruction of justice, it is important that they are informed of their legal rights and options. The best way people can become informed throughout the legal process is by retaining the services of a knowledgeable Medina County criminal defense attorney or lawyer who can continually protect the client's best interests. By working closely with the right attorney, people may be able to avoid conviction for obstruction of justice and not have to deal with the life-altering consequences that are associated with most obstruction of justice convictions.

  • Perjury

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    Medina County Perjury Defense Lawyer

    If you have been accused of perjury, you will need an aggressive Medina County criminal defense attorney to protect your rights.

    Perjury is a criminal act that occurs when a person lies or makes statements that are not truthful while under oath. For example, if a person is asked to testify in a criminal proceeding, and he/she is under oath but does not tell the truth, he/she can be charged with perjury if it is discovered that he/she lied. By committing perjury, people partake in the miscarriage of criminal justice and corrupt the legal process.

    Perjury is a very serious criminal offense, even though most people who lie under oath do not consider it to be very serious. When people commit perjury, they disrupt the legitimate discovery of truth. For this reason, people who are charged with perjury are likely to face a variety of severe legal ramifications if they are convicted. Some of these legal consequences may include having to spend time in jail, probation, or paying fines to the court.

    A Medina Perjury Defense Attorney Can Help!

    I can help a person charged with or accused of perjury avoid the harsh penalties associated with this offense. Investigating the charges and circumstances of the crime, obtaining physical evidence and talking to witnesses are all ways that a Median County criminal attorney can help a perjury case reach a positive outcome for the defendant (the person accused of perjury).

    After people have been charged with a crime such as perjury, it is important that they are informed of their legal rights and options. The best way people can become informed throughout the legal process is by retaining the services of a knowledgeable Medina County criminal defense attorney who will continually protect their clients’ best interests. By working closely with me, people may be able to avoid conviction for perjury and not have to deal with the life-altering consequences that are associated with most perjury convictions.

  • Probation Violations

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    Criminal Defense Attorney in Medina County

    Have you been accused of violating the terms of your probation? A probation violation is a serious criminal charge that may result in imprisonment or extended probation. You need an experienced defense lawyer on your side if you have been accused of a violation of probation in or around Medina. You have the right to challenge allegations that you have violated probation in some way. Acting quickly and involving an attorney to help you at these legal proceedings may make all the difference in your ability to successfully avoid serious penalties.

    I handle violations of probation cases for clients throughout Medina County. I understand how serious these charges are and believe that individuals who are on probation deserve legal representation if they have been accused of a violation. When you work with me, you will have a talented legal professional on your side to help fight a conviction and penalties.

    Challenging an Alleged Violation of Probation

    The process involved with challenging probation violation allegations is different than the proceedings a person charged with a new crime will face. Because you are already on probation, you will have less protection. For example, you will not have the right to a jury trial for your violation hearing. You may be forced to testify against yourself, you do not have the right to a bond while awaiting your hearing and guilt does not need to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. These factors often make it easier for the government to prove that you violated probation.

    Although these issues may make your case more difficult to handle, there are effective defense strategies that I can employ to seek a successful outcome. This may include providing examples of your good character, challenging the alleged violation itself or bringing to light a violation of your rights or procedure that occurred in regard to your arrest or the charges of the probation violation itself. Carefully reviewing and investigating your case will enable your attorney to determine the best approach possible.

    Violations of Probation in Medina County

    When a defendant is placed on probation in Ohio, he or she must abide by specific terms in order to avoid imprisonment and further penalties. Some of these terms may include:

    • Reporting with a probation officer at regular intervals
    • Attending drug or alcohol treatment/counseling
    • Staying away from known criminals
    • Keeping a clean record - no arrests or criminal charges
    • Abstaining from alcohol and drugs

    Violating any of these terms may result in probation violation accusations, and these may be based solely upon a probation officer's account of events. Fortunately, a person on probation deserves due process of the law so he or she can fight probation violation charges. That is where a criminal defense lawyer comes in.

    Fighting Your Charges

    I am standing by to see how I can assist you in contesting your probation violation charges. I understand that much is at stake and therefore work to provide personalized attention and one-on-one service to each of our clients. No two cases are the same, and therefore we take care to provide a tailor-made plan of defense for each client - giving him or her the best opportunity of a positive outcome. 

  • Sex Crimes

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    Medina County Sex Crimes Attorney

    A sex crime is a criminal offense that is sexual in nature or that involves an illegal sex act. While there is a vast array of horrible crimes a person can commit, none seem to carry as negative a stigma as a sexual offense. When a person is charged with a sexual offense, he/she automatically gets labeled as a “sex offender” or “deviant”. This is especially true in cases where the alleged victim is a minor (a person below the legal age of 18).

    People who are charged with sex crimes can expect to have their lives turned upside down as they will be subjected to intrusive investigations and questioning by law enforcement. For this reason, it is always a wise idea for a person to obtain counsel from a knowledgeable Tampa criminal defense attorney when charged with a sex crime.

    Medina County Sex Crimes

    I am committed to defending those people who have been charged with a sex crime in or around the Medina County area.

    According to the law, numerous sexual acts are defined as illegal in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious sex crimes that are frequently committed are:

    • Rape
    • Statutory Rape
    • Child Molestation
    • Child Sexual Abuse
    • Sexual Abuse
    • Child Pornography
    • Prostitution
    • Sexual Assault
    • Lewd Conduct
    • Indecent Exposure
    • Solicitation

    A Medina County Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help

    After a person has been charged with committing a sex crime, it is imperative that the person consult a skilled criminal defense attorney or lawyer. A Medina County sex crimes defense lawyer can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses. Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely.  

  • Theft

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    Medina Theft Crimes Attorney

    A theft crime is a criminal act that occurs when a person steals another person’s property without permission. Theft crimes tend to range in severity, from misdemeanor offenses to felony offenses. The type of offense is usually determined by the value of the property that was stolen by the theft crime offender. For example, if a person stole property that was valued at or below $500, he/she would be charged with a misdemeanor offense. If a person stole property that was valued above $500, he/she would typically be charged with a felony.

    Whether a person has been charged with a misdemeanor or felony theft crime in Medina, it is always in his/her best interest to obtain the services of a knowledgeable Medina criminal defense attorney or lawyer. By working with me, people can save themselves a great deal of stress by knowing that their case is being handled by a reputable legal professional.

    Medina County Theft Crimes

    I take any theft-related charges very seriously. We work hard to thoroughly investigate a client's charges and determine how we can best help. When you work with me, you are working with the best.

    According to the law, numerous illegal acts are categorized as theft crimes in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious theft crimes that are frequently committed are:

    • Petty Theft
    • Grand Theft
    • Grand Theft Auto
    • Car Theft
    • Credit Card Theft
    • Identity Theft
    • Shoplifting
    • Forgery
    • Robbery
    • Armed Robbery
    • Burglary
    • Embezzlement (a White Collar Crime)
  • Violent Crimes

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    Medina Violent Crimes Lawyer

    A violent crime is a criminal offense that is committed with the use of violence or with threats of violence. When a person commits a violent crime, the violence is usually just a means to an end. For example, a person that commits armed robbery is using the threat of violence or force as a way to steal money from the victim.

    In recent years, violent crimes have escalated in the state of Ohio, especially amongst the adolescent male demographic. In hopes of decreasing instances of violent crimes, law enforcement and legislation has become very strict when dealing with violent crime offenders. People who are convicted of committing a violent crime can expect to spend time in jail, pay fines, and partake in community service. For this reason, it is very important to consult a Medina County violent crimes lawyer when facing criminal charges involving violence.

    Violent Crime Charges

    I am dedicated to defending clients who have been arrested for or charged with any type of violent crime in or around the Medina area. According to the law, numerous illegal acts are categorized as violent crimes in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious violent crimes that are frequently committed, such as:

    • Armed Robbery
    • Arson
    • Assault & Battery
    • Carjacking
    • Hate Crimes
    • Homicide
    • Gang Related Crimes
    • Manslaughter
    • Mayhem
    • Murder
    • Robbery
    • Terrorism
    • Unlawful Possession of a Weapon
    • Domestic Violence
    • Three strikes crimes
  • White Collar Crimes

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    Medina White Collar Crimes Attorney

    A white collar crime is a criminal offense that usually takes place within a business, corporate, or political setting. These types of crimes tend to cost the United States government and economy a great deal of money because people who commit these crimes drain the revenue and profits of large companies. White collar crimes can be committed and then remain undetected for a long period of time. This is because these crimes are frequently committed by people who are in authority positions, such as executives, upper management, company chair persons, board members, or government officials.

    Medina County White Collar Crimes

    I defend clients who are facing charges involving a white collar crime. According to the law, numerous illegal acts are categorized as white collar crimes in the state of Ohio. Some of the most serious white collar crimes that are frequently committed are:

    • Accounting Fraud
    • Bank Fraud
    • Bribery
    • Counterfeiting
    • Credit Card Fraud
    • Forgery
    • Theft
    • Extortion
    • Investment Fraud
    • Insider Trading
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Wire Fraud
    • Mail Fraud
    • Import and export Crimes
    • Health Care Fraud
    • Organized Fraud
    • Public Corruption

    A Medina County White Collar Crimes Attorney Can Help!

    After a person has been charged with committing a white collar crime, it is imperative that the person consult a skilled Medina white collar criminal defense attorney. I can get involved from the onset of the legal process and provide insight and direction as the person’s case progresses. Additionally, I can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to possibly have the person’s criminal charges reduced, or in some cases, dismissed entirely. 

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