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Friday, June 15, 2018

Hot Weather…Hot Tempers.

Let’s start with a simple fact…relationships are hard!  You have to work on them virtually every day.  When the weather heats up in Northeast Ohio, sometimes so do tempers.  The end of the school year is a welcomed time in many households.  Unfortunately, it has been statistically shown that domestic violence incidents increase in the summer months.

The stress increases with kids underfoot.  Hot summer temps make everyone uncomfortable.  More family gatherings = potentially more alcohol.  Remain aware and take a deep breath and try to avoid being caught up in the maelstrom of domestic violence this summer.  A tranquil situation can turn violent in seconds.

Above all else, if you have been accused of domestic violence in the Akron OH area immediately contact Northeast Ohio criminal attorney Jon Sinn.  There are at least two sides to every domestic violence story and the only sin you may have committed is NOT calling Jon right away.  He is domestic violence lawyer Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Best Things to do on Father’s Day – Local Events for Father’s Day Fun

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"Looking for things to do on Father's Day? Here are some events to make the day memorable for dad. With activities including Father’s Day brunches, car shows, special events at area zoos, museums, metro parks, and more. There is sure to be something your dad would enjoy!"



Friday, June 8, 2018

Give Me the Guy Who Used to Lock ‘em Up!

Say what?  Do you want to hire a criminal defense attorney who used to work in the office of the prosecutor?  Sure, you do.  That is an individual who knows what it is like on both sides of the aisle.  If he has the background to be a successful prosecuting attorney, then it stands to reason that his passion for defending the accused should burn even brighter.

That is exactly the case of Akron Ohio criminal defense lawyer Jon Sinn.  When attorney Sinn walked out of the University of Akron he “zipped” right over to the Summit County Prosecutor’s office.  There, he quickly became on of Ohio’s top young prosecutors and eventually rose to the title of Chief of his division.

But, Jon Sinn had a greater calling.  He wanted to DEFEND not PROSECUTE.  In this century he has become one of Northeast Ohio’s most noted criminal defense attorneys.  If you ever need him he is just a phone call away.  The only sin you may have committed is NOT calling Jon.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm

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Visit the Museum and take a stroll through the lovely grounds! 





Friday, May 25, 2018

Being Accused of a Sex Crime.

There is no infraction ripped from today’s headlines more than the subject of sex crimes.  Every accusation is taken very seriously as it should be.  We know that there are various levels of criminal activity that fall into this category, but unlike the old days of “he said, she said” this stuff really needs to be defended vigorously!

So, what about sex crimes in the state of Ohio?  First of all, rest assured that if you or a loved one has been accused you have rights.  Even if you are petrified, you must think and act calmly and immediately contact a qualified criminal defense attorney with experience in defending his clients against these allegations.

Your answer may well be Ohio sex crime defense attorney Jon Sinn.  Attorney Sinn has the right skills to defend you.  Whether you are falsely accused, or the evidence is overwhelmingly against you, he is on YOUR side.  The only sin you may have committed is not calling Jon.  Northeast Ohio’s criminal defense lawyer Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Top Things to do Memorial Day Weekend across Northeast Ohio

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"Whether it be a parade, observance, ceremony or wreath laying there are many ways to show your support to those that have served or are currently serving our country.  Below is a list of things to do on memorial day weekend."





Wednesday, May 9, 2018

What is Judicial Release?

It is not about getting out of jail free, but it IS about getting released early from an Ohio jail.  You or a loved one may be ready for judicial release.  This can be confusing for inmates and their loved ones alike.  Let’s take a look at how this potentially life-changing event works in the Buckeye State.

Check for eligibility.  Does the defender qualify for judicial release at this time?  If the term of incarceration is less than 2 years, you may be able to file as soon as 30 days.  If that term is between 2 and 5 years you will probably have to wait 6 months into the term.  Those periods increase dramatically with sentences of 5 years or more.

This is a very technical procedure and you need a criminal attorney that you can trust fighting for your side.  The answer in the Akron area and throughout Northeast Ohio may be Jon Sinn.  Attorney Sinn is someone you can trust to fight for judicial release.  The only sin you may have committed is NOT calling Jon.  Do it today at (330) 431-0160.