Clermont County Criminal Court Cases

Clermont County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 06-CR—00614:  Client was charged by Clermont County Sheriff’s Department with Aggravated Burglary (2911.11), a first degree felony (F1), Burglary (2911.12) a second degree felony (F2) as well as two counts of Assault (2903.13), first degree misdemeanors (M1).  After unsuccessful attempts to negotiate a satisfactory plea agreement, the matter was set for trial before a jury.  The jury returned a not guilty verdict on all four counts.

Goshen Criminal

Clermont County Court of Common Pleas, Case Nos. 2005CR0859: Client was charged by Goshen Police Department with one count of Identity Fraud in violation of Ohio Revised Code Sections 2913.49(B)(1) a felony of the fourth degree (F4) and Misuse of Credit Cards in violation of 2913.21(B)(2) a felony of the fifth degree (F5).  She was arrested in 2010.  The matter was set for trial, and the day of trial, counsel was able to negotiate a plea to one first degree misdemeanor with only a $100.00 fine with no probation.

Clermont County Municipal Court, Case Nos. 2010CRB02433 and 2010CRB02434:  two Clients were charged by Goshen Police Department with Telecommunications Harassment in violation of Ohio Revised Code Sections 2917.21(A)(3) and 2917.21(A)(5) all first degree misdemeanors (M1).  After unsuccessful attempts to negotiate a satisfactory plea agreement, the matter was set for a bench trial. The Judge returned a not guilty verdict on all three counts.

Miami Township Criminal

Clermont County Municipal Court, Case No. 2009CRB04405:  Client was charged by Miami Township Police with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in violation of R.C. 2925.14 and with Furnishing Alcohol to an Underage Person in violation of R.C. 4301.69. Counsel was able to negotiate a diversion, whereby the charges were dismissed.

Milford Criminal

Clermont County Municipal Court, Case No. 2010 TRD 09972:  Client was charged by Milford Police with Driving Under Suspension (DUS), Speeding and Falsification for providing false information to officer. Counsel was able to negotiate a plea to not possessing an operator’s license a minor misdemeanor and have the remaining charges dismissed.

Union Township Criminal

Clermont County Municipal Court, Case No. 2010CRA03964:  Client was charged by Union Township Police with Possession of Drugs in violation of R.C. 2925.11 a felony of the fifth degree (F5), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in violation of R.C. 2925.14, after being stopped for a traffic offense, canine drug dog being called in and the vehicle being searched to find a marijuana pipe and prescription drugs.  After counsel presented defects in the stop and search, the charges were dismissed.

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