Friday, February 16, 2018

When did it Become Guilty until Proven Innocent?

At some point in this country, people accused of sex crimes suddenly were presumed guilty instead of innocent.  When did it become standard procedure to quit your job, go into hiding, and give up your career because someone accused you of being a sexual predator?  It’s time to fight back…isn’t it?!

The stigma of being accused of a sex crime sticks with the accused for the rest of their lives.  It could be anything from an office encounter to a rape charge.  Whatever it is, it tarnishes the reputation of the person whom the finger is pointed at.  It may take a professional to properly expose the lies.

When things seem to be going south, let sex crimes defense attorney Jon Sinn enter the picture.  Working from his office located at 137 King James Way Suite 300 in Akron he will analyze your case and work hard to clear you of the charges.  It is likely that the only sin you may have committed is NOT contacting Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Feb23rd

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"Special offer! A copy of Noel Gallagher’s forthcoming album is included with every ticket you order for this show. You will receive an email with instructions on how to redeem this offer following your ticket purchase."

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Vetting your Criminal Attorney.

If you or a loved one have been accused and held for an alleged criminal act, you had better be 100% certain that you have found the best possible individual to represent you.  That is what it comes down to…do you hire a mammoth firm where THEY will choose your defense attorney, or one that you can get to know and trust with your future immediately?

Do the proper vetting.  You, or a loved one’s entire future is at stake!  The charges could be drug possession or trafficking, firearms possession or use, even up to murder itself.  Choose correctly now, or forever regret it.  The important thing to do is take a deep breath and look carefully the first time.

Let me invite you to visit  Here, you will find the background and track record of Akron area defense attorney Jon Sinn.  In particular, read the section called Sinn in the News.  Your search may end right there.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon!  He is Northeast Ohio’s criminal lawyer Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Thirsty Dog Super Bowl Party - Feb 4th

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"Come join us for Superbowl Sunday at Thirsty Dog Brewing Cleveland East Bank Flats. With the purchase of a ticket you will have access to all you can eat buffet until the beginning of the 4th quarter and an all you can drink (select drafts) until the start of the 3rd quarter. We will have a ton of football related games where you can win Thirsty Dog Brewing swag."

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Ohio’s New Laws.

Hey folks, Ohio lawmakers have been very busy lately.  Just recently the state has passed more than 50 new laws.  Everything from health, education, animals, minimum wage, motorists, and firearms has been addressed.  You might be very surprised what new laws have cropped up which take effect this year.

Take the issue of firearms, for instance.  Ohioans can now carry concealed firearms in places like daycare centers, public areas of airports and in school safety zones. Colleges and universities may allow weapons on their campuses. Privately-owned businesses can still issue bans in their facilities. Ohioans will also be able to keep their guns in their cars, regardless of the location of the vehicle.

What you don’t know could hurt you!  If you or a loved one is detained or arrested on a charge of one of the Buckeye State’s new laws call a criminal defense attorney immediately.  That man, for many years in Northeast Ohio is Jon Sinn.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon.  He is attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Cleveland, OH Attractions and Things To Do

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"Once you’ve checked The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum off the to-do list, what’s next? Plenty. Give some of these tried and true options – a mix of sports, family, museum, and arts-related picks – a look."

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Defining Murder in the State of Ohio.

When does capital punishment come into play?  It happens when the offender was fleeing the scene immediately after committing or attempting to commit kidnapping, rape, aggravated arson, aggravated robbery, or aggravated burglary.  This is as serious as it gets, and it demands the most aggressive representation in court available!

Capital punishment has been a part of Ohio’s history since its statehood over 200 years ago.  How long does someone go to jail for killing someone?  It could be life in prison.  The minimum sentence is 25 years if a firearm is used.  Otherwise, there is a minimum 10-year sentence for a person with a previously clean record.

There are many different outcomes that can occur in an Ohio justice court.  Please visit the website  Look at some of the trials in which attorney Jon Sinn has been involved.  It is as impressive as it is real.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon.  When lives of loved ones are on the line call or text attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.