Thursday, November 17, 2016

Using a Handgun in Self-Defense.

What happens when you are arrested for using a handgun?  IF the gun was used in a measure of self-defense the police will probably still confiscate the weapon.  They may also put you in handcuffs and haul you off to the police station.  Even when the shooting takes place late at night in your own home this is likely to occur!

The next thing that the cops will do is take your gun to ballistics to test if your bullets match those that are in the home invader that you shot.  From this point, you hope that the handgun will be returned to you when it is fully determined that this was an act of pure self-defense.  Unfortunately, it does not always go so smoothly.

If you are involved in protecting yourself and/or your property and have shot someone with a legal handgun that you own take swift action.  Call Ohio handgun defense attorney Jon Sinn.  Attorney Sinn knows that good people may sometimes be treated as if they were criminals.  He will fight for your rights in Northeast, Ohio.  The only sin is to not call Jon.  Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

What is a Real Traffic Attorney?

A great traffic attorney goes well beyond traffic tickets and slowing down at school crossings.  There are some truly major consequences that require a well-versed traffic lawyer.  What if you or a loved one are ticketed for driving on a suspended license?  In the state of Ohio that is a first degree misdemeanor.  And if you are convicted you could spend the next six months in jail!

In another case you are driving safely, but you run a stop light and you plow into another vehicle.  Some may dismiss this incident as minor if no one was seriously hurt.  Just as you became complacent the other driver begins complaining of aches and pains resulting from the crash.  Now you have insurance bulldogs and personal injury attorneys calling you constantly.

You need to contact a professional Akron traffic attorney immediately.  The situation will only escalate and you need aggressive representation.  Attorney Jon Sinn can keep that minor fender bender from becoming a huge injury lawsuit.  He has been fighting for the rights of those accused of auto accidents in Northeast Ohio for many years.  The only sin is not calling Jon.  Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.