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Drug Trafficking – 33 pounds of marijuana -- our client, a Colorado resident, was arrested for trafficking and possession of 33 pounds of marijuana. He retained Mr. Koffel to represent him. The trafficking case was dismissed and the client entered a guilty plea to possession of 33 pounds of marijuana, a 3rd degree felony, with a presumption of prison. At the sentencing hearing, the prosecutor admitted, "This is the first time in my 30 years, that I believe the defendant has rebutted the presumption of prison". The judge agreed. Our client was given credit for 28 days in jail "time served". He was not placed on felony probation. Represented by Brad Koffel

Felony Drug Abuse - client, a 52 year old business man, was indicted on prescription drug abuse in Franklin County, Ohio. Client was not eligible for Intervention in Lieu of Conviction ("ILC"). However, client was admitted into a pre-trial diversion program. Provided client successfully completes Diversion, his indictment and all charges will be dismissed. Client will then be eligible to have his record sealed. (Represented by Attorney Brad Koffel)

Misdemeanor Drug Possession - client, an 18 year old young man, was frisked by an undercover police officer which resulted in the officer finding a baggie of marijuana. Client was charged with Drug Abuse. Through pre-trial negotiations, client will submit to random urine screens over the next 120 days. In the event client tests negative for all his screens, the charges will be dismissed. (Represented by Attorney Brad Koffel).

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.

Cocaine Possession (Felony 5) -- felony amended to misdemeanor, fine only.

Cocaine Arrests Within 2 Weeks of Each Other -- our cilent, a 29 year old Westerville man, was arrested twice in 9 days on possession of cocaine charges. Both times he was on the same highway, speeding, and the same officer arrested him. Our client gave consent to search his vehicle both times. After 7 months of representation, we negotiated a plea with the State wherein our client received a suspended prison sentence, 2 years of community control (probation), $300 fine, and a mandatory minimum license suspension of 6 months. He also received standard probation conditions. (Represented by Attorney Tod Brininger)

Client Avoids Indictment for Ohio Drug Trafficking --our client, a local college freshman, was being investigated for Drug Trafficking. Under Ohio law it is a felony to "give" a prescription drug to another. Prosecutor agreed that the totality of the circumstances did not justify indictment of the client. (Represented by Attorney Brad Koffel)

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