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Stick With it, in Running and in Law

Stick With it, in Running and in Law

So it's been about 5 months since I started training to run my first 5k, and, I'm still running. My first race was the Christmas Story Run (5K) on December 3, and then I ran the Resolution Run (5k) on January 7---let me add that for the Resolution Run it was 9 degrees...

Expanded Driving Privileges!

Expanded Driving Privileges!

Even though having a drivers license is a privilege, it is one that many of us take for granted, and treat like a right. But in certain situations, if you are accused of a crime, like an OVI (same thing as a DUI), your ability to drive can be taken away, either...

Attempted Offenses of Violence not Expungeable

Attempted Offenses of Violence not Expungeable

Earlier this month, the Ohio Supreme Court held that attempted robbery is an offense of violence and that pursuant to Ohio's expungement statutes, an individual with a conviction for attempted robbery is not eligible to have that conviction expunged or sealed. The...

Why Domestic Violence is a Double Whammy

Why Domestic Violence is a Double Whammy

Just hearing the words domestic violence makes a lot of people uncomfortable. As a criminal defense attorney, my job is to uphold the Constitution, and represent my client to the best of my ability, no matter the allegation. A domestic violence conviction creates a...