Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Marijuana Laws in the Akron Area.

Has anything changed since the 2020 election? The answer around here is “not so much”. Since the state passed a medical marijuana law in 2016, not many growing sites, processing facilities and dispensaries have been approved around the Buckeye state. It has quite simply slowed down the expansion of the cannabis industry.

While dispensaries do not dot the landscape in Summit County, dispensaries have opened in Cuyahoga County and in Canton. These dispensaries offer dry buds of marijuana where people with a prescription can use these buds in vaporizers and edibles. The election of 2020 has not advanced this cause. This is NOT Oregon!

Suffice to say, you may need to elicit the services of Jon Sinn if you are detained on a drug charge in the Buckeye State. If you live in Northeastern Ohio and you have been arrested on any charge of possessing or distributing drugs call Attorney Jon Sinn. Many times, the only sin you may have committed is NOT calling Jon right away. That is at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Being Close to Loved Ones is Not Always What It’s Cracked up to Be.

It has been a bi-product of 2020. We are confined to quarters and, as a result, familiarity may sometimes breed contempt. There is new data emerging as to the need to strengthen programs that help prevent and respond to domestic violence. There were 109 Ohioans who died as the result of domestic violence in the year ending June 30, 2020!

But, what happens when tempers rise and you are accused of domestic violence unfairly? While the data is extremely useful to help domestic-violence organizations and law enforcement evaluate interventions such as protection orders and identify ways to prevent violence fatalities, many times it comes down to “he said, she said".

That is where Akron, Ohio domestic violence defense attorney Jon Sinn comes in. If you have been accused of domestic violence in Northeast Ohio call Jon Sinn right away and visit his website at Call 24 hours a day at (330) 431-0160.

Monday, December 14, 2020

Home for the Holidays

Do you have a loved one locked up who is ready to come home?  Have they served enough time and deserve a chance to move on with their life? Attorney Sinn knows the right arguments to make and the right motions to file to get your loved one home as early as possible.

Attorney Jon Sinn is a former prosecutor and has worked as an attorney with judicial or early release, shock probation, parole and probation violations for over 20 years in the Akron area. Call or Text Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431 - 0160 to see if your loved one is eligible for a court ordered judicial release.

Monday, November 16, 2020

It’s no big deal, it’s just weed right?

Need an attorney for marijuana possession in Akron? Jon Sinn is a former prosecutor with over 20 years’ experience in marijuana license suspension cases, drug paraphernalia, Marijuana trafficking and other marijuana related charges

It’s no big deal, it’s just weed right? The Courts don't see it that way. Recreational Marijuana use is still illegal in Ohio and many judges and prosecutors treat marijuana users the same as abusers of hard drugs!

Attorney Sinn is a member of the National Association for the Reform of Marijuana Laws and fights passionately for the rights of individuals charged with marijuana offenses.

Whether it’s protecting your driver’s license or keeping you eligible for student loans, Attorney Sinn understands the ins and outs of marijuana defense. Call or text Jon today for a free consultation at (330) 431 - 0160.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

What are the Classes of Felonies in Ohio?

Ohio classifies felony offenses into five categories…first, second, third, fourth, and fifth degree felonies…rather simple, huh? First-degree felonies are the most serious category, while fifth-degree felonies are the least serious.

Additionally, Ohio has several felony offenses that are not identified by any particular degree. Anyone convicted of an Ohio felony faces a prison sentence commensurate with the degree of the felony involved, and, unless a particular Ohio statute provides for a different sentence, each felony category has a specified sentencing range.

Here is what you need to know…A.) Don’t get arrested and B.) Don’t get convicted! Sometimes the only sin you may have committed is NOT calling Jon right away. That is Ohio Criminal Defense Attorney Jon Sinn located in Akron. See what he can do for you or a loved one. Visit and call him day or night at (330) 431-0160.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

How Does Concealed Carry from Other States Apply to Ohioans?

What are the laws that cover a concealed handgun when brought in from another state…say Michigan? Here is a general explanation…Ohio’s attorney general shall negotiate a reciprocity agreement with any other state that grants a concealed handgun license. However, there are some exceptions to this rule.

Sometimes a friend comes to visit from another state and the concealed carry law governing the Buckeye State gets them into some hot water. You may need an experienced attorney to sort all of this out. Do not wait until things get out of hand (and they can go south quickly!) before you contact said attorney.

Ohio criminal lawyer Jon Sinn is always just a phone call away to help you through a potential crisis. Many times the only sin you may have committed is not calling Jon. That’s Akron attorney Jon Sinn. Look up his success stories on the web at Call or text for help 24/7 at (330) 431-0160.