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Koffel Law Firm, Attorneys at Law: Defending Criminal Misdemeanors

Columbus Criminal Misdemeanor Defense Attorney

When you have been charged with a misdemeanor in Ohio, it is not a minor legal matter. Many of these offenses are serious and if convicted, will go on your permanent criminal record for any future employer to find when investigating you as a possible employee. Misdemeanor offenses can include drug charges, DUI, and other serious charges. Many of these offenses are increased to either a more serious misdemeanor or a felony charge if you have prior convictions on your criminal record. Repeat offenders are treated harshly in Ohio, and if you are facing a misdemeanor charge of any type, it is strongly advised that you contact a Columbus criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible after you have been charged with one of these violations of Ohio law.

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At Koffel Law Firm, the legal team has been fighting for the rights of clients for over 15 years. The firm's founder, Brad Koffel is listed in "Ohio Super Lawyers" as well as "Best Lawyers in America". You know that you will be represented by a high quality and experienced attorney in the defense of your misdemeanor charge.

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One of the most common misdemeanor charges in Ohio are drug crimes. These include: drug possession, possession with intent to sell, drug cultivation, drug distribution, drug manufacturing, drug trafficking, and marijuana crimes. If you have been accused of any other these offenses, you could be facing harsh penalties, or even be charged with a felony. We understand that many people are falsely accused of crimes or treated unfairly by the justice system and we are here to defend you. We also can defend you against the following allegations:

If you made a mistake in your past or while you were a minor, there could be a way to clear your record. By pursuing an expungement, your record could be sealed. Employers or educational institutions will not be able to see your record and it will no longer affect your future.

When looking for an attorney, there are important factors to consider, as your legal representation can make the difference in whether you are found guilty or not guilty. The experience of the lawyer you choose is a critical factor. At Koffel Law Firm, the legal team is very experienced in criminal defense as well as misdemeanor defense and has a proven record of successful cases. Each case is unique and must be analyzed to determine what can be done, but you can be assured that you will be represented by an aggressive and talented legal team that takes your case seriously. The damage you may suffer if convicted can be extreme, and may include steep fines and jail time, depending upon the violation.

Fighting for you is the top priority of the misdemeanor defense lawyer from Koffel Law Firm. You will not have a "cookie cutter" legal handling, but a defense strategy that will be carefully employed on your behalf. Many of the clients at the firm are referrals from other attorneys, and knowing that this is where many attorneys send their clients for criminal cases is reassuring when you select the firm to represent you in your misdemeanor case.

Contact a Columbus criminal misdemeanor defense attorney from Koffel Law Firm to assist you with defending misdemeanor charges in Columbus or other part of Ohio.

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