Ohio Drug Suspension – New Law in Effect Ohio Drug Suspension:  Effective September 13, 2016, Ohio judges are no longer required to suspend the drivers license of anyone convicted of a drug crime.  Under the old law the drug suspension was mandatory for six months to three years, even if the crime had nothing to do…

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Trafficking drugs in Ohio can be based on either actually selling drugs or being in possession of drugs with the intent to distribute. Trafficking in drugs is a felony under Ohio law.  A conviction for drug trafficking can seriously damage a person’s reputation and permanent record. Potential Penalties for Trafficking include: Mandatory or non mandatory…

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Possession of drugs is one of the most frequent charges in the State of Ohio.  There are many different types of drug possession offenses, ranging from minor misdemeanors to first degree felonies.  Factors which determine the seriousness of the offense include: The type of drug involved The total weight of the mixture containing the drug…

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A felony is the most serious offense with which you can be charged. Attorney Mark Babb is a successful criminal defense attorney who can defend you in court if you are charged with the following felony charges: Felony Drug Offenses Drug Possession Drug Trafficking Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity Conspiracy Felony Sex Offenses…

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A misdemeanor charge, of any kind, can be scary.  It is a charge to be taken seriously and requires thoughtful defense to minimize the impact on your life. Attorney Mark Babb is a successful criminal defense attorney who can defend you in court if you are charged with the following misdemeanor charges: Misdemeanors Assault Theft…

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