Search and Seizure

February 6, 2015

          Our Bill of Rights is contained in the first ten Amendments to the United States Constitution.  Are some of our protections and rights more important than

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How to Find and Hire the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer

October 2, 2014  |  Criminal Defense

Normally, a person desiring to hire a criminal defense lawyer has not planned the process out in advance.  The hiring of a criminal defense lawyer most often must be done on short notice by you, a friend or family

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Penalities in Ohio for Driving Under the Influence

April 7, 2014  |  Criminal Defense, OVI

The penalites for driving under the influence in Ohio can be severe, even if you are a first time offender.  If  stopped for drunk driving and you refuse to take the sobriety test, or if your test results

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When a deal is too good of deal - Blog by John A. Schuh

January 23, 2014

While many domestic relations cases in Ohio can be contested, there are some whose facts lend themselves to waving a white flag and walking away.  In a recent case that made its way to the 6th Circuit Ct. of

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Just What Are the Federal Sentencing Guidelines? Blog by Richard J. Goldberg

If you are charged with a federal offense and your case is in federal court, then you will become familiar with the federal sentencing guidelines.  In 1984, Congress passed the Sentencing Reform Act and its purpose

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Life After Bankruptcy: Rebuilding Credit and Buying a New Home after the Filing of a Bankruptcy

November 19, 2013  |  Bankruptcy

Oftentimes, when filing a bankruptcy, people ask me how long it will take to re-build their credit and be eligible to purchase a home in the future.  There is no magic answer to this question.  It is true

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