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What are some defense strategies for drug crime cases?

Ohio residents facing drug possession or distribution charges worry about the consequences they will face if they are convicted. With jail time, fines, and a criminal record on the line, they have reason to be concerned. However, many drug charges are dismissed thanks to the use of an effective defense strategy.

17 people charged in Ohio for involvement in car theft ring

According to Ohio prosecutors, 17 people are facing charges for their participation in a car theft ring. The alleged thieves apparently stole high-end vehicles, including cars made by luxury car companies such as Mercedes-Benz and Audi, from residents and car rental companies in several states. They would also apparently use third parties to lease vehicles without intending on returning the cars to the dealerships.

Permitting drug abuse on your property and the consequences

Many people mistakenly believe that as long as they themselves are not using, possessing or distributing drugs, they will not face criminal charges. However, according to Ohio Rev. Code 2925.13, permitting drug abuse on one's property is a crime.

Medical professionals charged for illegal prescriptions

Doctors and pharmacists are trusted professionals in our community that have people's lives in their hands. Due to this responsibility, medical professionals are legally obligated to only prescribe and dispense medication for legitimate medical purposes. Illegally prescribing medications is a drug crime and can lead to jail time and other serious consequences.

Consultant accused of misappropriating funds from consumers

When an individual or company illegally and intentionally used funds of another party for their own use, they could be charged with misappropriation of funds. Misappropriating funds is a form of embezzlement, and you could face criminal charges in the state of Ohio. The severity of the penalties will depend on the amount of money involved and other circumstances surrounding the incident.

Crimes committed using the USPS can lead to serious penalties

Are you currently facing criminal charges that involve mail fraud? If so, you may be unsure of what you are up against and how you can fight back. Mail fraud may not sound that bad, but in reality, it can land you in prison and leave you facing other serious penalties if convicted. It is in your interests to start working on your defense strategy as soon as possible.

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