Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Domestic Violence Charges in the State of Ohio.

Are you facing domestic violence charges in the Buckeye State, particularly in the Akron area?  These are serious criminal offenses that carry severe and often unforgiving penalties if convicted.  Generally speaking, domestic violence encompasses physical, mental, emotional or verbal abuse that occurs within a family or household setting.

Let’s say that you, or someone you care about is facing a domestic violence conviction. It is vital to be aware that you will face serious and potentially harsh consequences.  A domestic violence conviction will either result in a misdemeanor or felony charge, which will result in either jail or prison time in addition to substantial fines.

What is certain is the right now someone is overwhelmed by the charges of domestic violence and needs the council of a veteran Northeast Ohio domestic violence attorney.  That man is Akron criminal attorney Jon Sinn.  Often, the only sin you may have committed is not calling Jon.  Call Jon Sinn today for a meeting at his Akron office (330) 431-0160.

Ohio haunted house guide 2018

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"As Halloween approaches, fear-filled fun is ramping up in the state of Ohio."

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Sex Crime Conviction is a Lifetime Stigma.

Isn’t that the truth.  Evermore these days in America even the accusation carries a negative vibe moving forward.  You cannot just accept a sex crime arrest without an aggressive defense!  Indeed, every sex crime has its own unique set of circumstances, but one thing is certain, being found guilty is a life-changer.

Here are some types of sex crimes –

1.  Indecency with a minor
2.  Aggravated sexual assault
3.  Statutory rape
4.  Possessing child pornography
5.  Internet sex crimes

The landscape has changed, and the prosecution has ramped up its vigorous pursuit of sex crime offenders.  If someone you care about has been accused of a sex crime in the state of Ohio please immediately call Akron sex crime criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn.  It may simply be a case that the only sin you have committed is not calling Jon.  That’s Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Monday, October 1, 2018

Lock 3 Oktoberfest, Oct 5th

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"Guests can purchase German food and lagers from Thirsty Dog Brewing Co. and Hofbrauhus while enjoying live music, featuring the Chardon Polka Band at this outdoor event."

Monday, September 17, 2018

It’s Time to Come Home.

How do you apply for judicial release in the State of Ohio and what is judicial release?  The Buckeye State provides an avenue for early release from prison called judicial release. It’s a unique power that the sentencing judge has to grant inmates early release from prison under certain circumstances. 

Here are some of the parameters in filing for judicial release:

- If you’re serving less than two years you can file after 30 days.
- If your serving at least two years, but less than five years you can file after 180 days.
- If your prison term is for 5 years, you cannot file for release until after the fourth year.
- If your prison term is more than 5 years but less than 10 years, you must serve five years.
- If your prison term is more than 10 years, then you must serve half of your sentence or five   years, whichever is a greater amount of time.

Judicial release may be a way to reunite you with your loved one much sooner than you expected.  To discover how it may affect your family contact Akron criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn.  Don’t let your only sin become not calling Jon.  He may well be able to take action on your behalf in Ohio Criminal Court.  Call his Akron office at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

The Difference Between 1st and 2nd Degree Murder.

First and second degree murders all involve killings or inflicting very serious bodily harm to a person but only vary in degree.  First degree murder is basically defined as a murder that has a deliberate intent to take one’s life.  Contrarily, second degree murder is defined as an unplanned type of murder.

Obviously, the punishments for first and second degree murders also differ.  First degree murder has a heavier punishment compared to second degree murder.  People convicted of the latter are generally sentenced to a minimum of 20 years in an Ohio prison.  Understanding the charge of 1st or 2nd degree can make all of the difference.

Ohio criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn understands murder defense as well as anyone in the Buckeye State.  We don’t need to tell you that if a loved one has been arrested on a murder charge you should call Attorney Sinn immediately.  Who knows…the only sin you may have committed is not calling Jon right away.  That phone number is (330) 431-0160.