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Felony Theft & Misuse of a Credit Card - -client accused of stealing from two separate employers over 2 year period nearly $8,000. Client received probation.

Multiple Felony counts of drug abuse, receiving stolen property, and theft -- deferred prosecution agreement reached, client permitted to enroll in "Intervention in lieu of conviction", and must maintaining sobriety and clean urine screens as well as counseling for one year in exchange for dismissal of criminal charges.

FELONY BURGLARY CHARGES AMENDED TO MISDEMEANOR -- our client, a 31 year old single mom, was indicted on a single count of Burglary. Suspecting that her boyfriend was cheating on her, our client drove to her friend's house whom she suspected was sleeping with her boyfriend. The back door was open, she entered, and a fight ensued between our client and this other woman. Under Ohio law, entering the dwelling of another with the purpose of committing any additional crime is a felony. Today, based upon our client's good record and remorse, the State agreed to amend the indictment to Aggravated Trespass. Our client was sentenced to 1 year of non-reporting probation. She was not fined but was merely ordered to pay the court costs of the case.

Contact a Columbus theft crime attorneyfor vital help with your defense if you have been charged with a theft crime.

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