Think a minor drug charge is no big deal and you should just pay the ticket? Think again. In Ohio, any drug conviction will result in you losing your license for a minimum of six months up to five years.
Actually, if fully clothed, you should probably not commit a theft offense either.
Tune in to channel 1420 AM in Cleveland and online at WHK Radio from 6-7pm on Saturday, January 21 to hear LHA’s own Cleveland attorneys, Paul Kuzmickas and Megan DiVencenzo discuss the ins and outs of criminal and bankruptcy law in Ohio.
In a 6-0 ruling, The Supreme Court of Ohio decided yesterday that drug dealers still face major penalties even if the drugs that were meant to be sold were never found.
City leaders will be conducting a press conference this afternoon to discuss the recent flood of homicidal violence in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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