Monday, December 18, 2017

Have a Safe and Secure Holiday Season.

Your friends and families who comprise the Jon Sinn criminal defense law firm of Northeast Ohio hope that we will be the furthest thing from your minds this time of year.  Just as we are doing, the hope here is that you will be gathering together with family and friends throughout the Akron area and beyond.

Remember, the winter highway conditions can change rapidly this time of year, so please drive safely wherever you may be heading.  As we anticipate the year 2018 we hope that this will be the most prosperous year of your life.  Stay out of harm’s way, but know that Jon Sinn and his associates will be there for you if you need us.

A staggering number of Americans are falsely accused of crimes each year.  If you or a loved one are involved in a criminal charge in 2018 please call us immediately!  Often times, the only sin is NOT calling Jon.  I am the Akron criminal defense attorney who is ready to fight for you!  Please visit whenever you need more details.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Celebrating the Holiday Season in Akron

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"Christmas in Akron is full of lights, snow, and special events. Read about the best of these, including the Holiday Festival at Lock 3 Park, the "Nutcracker," and the annual First Night Akron celebration."

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Selling the ‘Stuff is Very Serious.

Many people in this country use recreational drugs.  That is simply a fact of life whether you are one of them or not.  By the way, you are not a pariah if you are!  There is a huge leap between user and seller.  You know that ahead of time.  That still does not mean that generally good people could get caught up in the maelstrom.

Getting caught up in the drug game can be as simple as running out of options and needing to have a roof over your head or feeding your family.  We are not moralizing here…we are talking about the reality of life for some people in America.  Make no mistake about it, Ohio has been in the middle of many of those situations.

There is an attorney in Northeast Ohio who understands that selling a drug and getting arrested does NOT make you a horrible person!  Attorney Jon Sinn has been on both sides of this issue.  At one time, he helped prosecute accused drug dealers…now he vigorously defends Akron Ohio alleged drug dealers.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.


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"What are you wishing for this year?  Put your list together and come visit Santa and his friends at the Lake Ridge Academy Santa House!  The Santa House is located in the East Park, between Cheesecake Factory and Vieng’s Asian Bistro."

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Be Aware of Domestic Violence EVERY Month.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) evolved from the "Day of Unity" held in October 1981 and conceived by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. 

In October 1987, the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month was observed. That same year marked the initiation of the first national domestic violence toll-free hotline. In 1989, the U.S. Congress passed Public Law 101-112 designating October of that year as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The reason for the history lesson is to make us all constantly vigilant as to the ever-present possibility of domestic violence occurring in our lives.  If you have been accused of such a crime you need to call Akron domestic violence lawyer Jon Sinn.  For aggressive representation the only sin is not calling Jon.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.  

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Free family Thanksgiving events in Cleveland and Akron 2017

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"Thanksgiving will be a season of homecomings and fun with family and friends in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. The holiday season will be kicked off with free family-friendly events and decorations in Northeast Ohio, so it will be a great time to get out and enjoy the festivities in 2017."

Thursday, November 2, 2017

YouTube Speaks Volumes.

Are you a YouTube aficionado?  Not everything on there is a piano-playing cat!  You can learn a lot about things as well as people on this amazing tool which premiered nearly 13 years ago.  These days there are over three billion hours of video viewed per month.  While that is a staggering number already, it just keeps growing.

Are you familiar with criminal case that involved a man by the name of Joshua Gaspar?  He was accused of killing an Ohio State Trooper while driving under the influence of drugs.  This was a story that made national news and was certainly on the minds of many in Northeast Ohio.

Today Joshua Gaspar is a free and very lucky man.  He met Akron criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn.  At one time, Attorney Sinn was part of the prosecution…now he vigorously defends Akron area citizens who are faced with criminal charges.  Do yourself a favor and see the YouTube videos of this historic case and you may discover that the only sin is NOT calling Jon.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Film screening: For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots (2010)

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Nov 5th - "A screening of the 2010 PBS miniseries For Love Of Liberty: The Story Of America's Black Patriots. Included in the film is a poignant section dedicated to black servicemen and women of World War I, a timely presentation during this 100th anniversary of the Great War."

Monday, October 16, 2017

The Emergence of Weed.

Our grandparents remember a time when speakeasys were invaded and destroyed by “the Feds”.  It was as illegal as robbery itself.  Public perception was changing and America was slow to change with it.  Now, the national discussion has turned to weed…marijuana.  It has been legalized in many states around the country.

Unfortunately, Ohio law enforcement and its court system take a dim view of marijuana use and will prosecute you if you are distributing or even using.  In case you think the wall has come down, recreational use of this controversial substance is just as illegal as a hard drug and it will be treated as such in the Buckeye State!

What to do?  If you or a loved one has been arrested on a possession or distribution charge please call Jon Sinn immediately.  Jon is an Akron Ohio weed defense attorney who is a member of the National Association for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.  He will fight for your rights in Northeast Ohio.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon…Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

The Tragedy of Aggravated Murder.

It does not get any worse than this.  When someone has been accused of aggravated murder the stakes are high.  If someone is accused of killing someone in this state it is generally called a homicide.  You may think that murder is the same no matter what.  In the state of Ohio, however there are different categories of homicide.

Let’s explore the charge of aggravated murder.  What are some of the components?

1.  Purposely killing a law enforcement officer (too much in the news these days)
2.  Killing someone and terminating their pregnancy
3.  Killing a pre-teen child
4.  The taking of another life while in prison

If you or a loved one has been accused of this crime immediate action is necessary.  In Northeast Ohio many have turned to Jon Sinn.  He is an Akron Ohio aggravated murder defense lawyer.  You will need the most dogged defense you can find!  The only sin is NOT calling Jon.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Free Thursday @ Akron Art Museum

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"AKRON, OH - If you're looking for a fun, free way to spend your Thursday evening, consider heading over to the Akron Art Museum this fall. Free Thursday @ Akron Art Museum is a recurring event that takes place, as the name suggests, every Thursday from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Museum visitors can enter and explore the latest exhibits without paying admission fees."

Friday, September 15, 2017

Detroit is a Lesson for Akron.

Residents of Northeast Ohio will hopefully never face the kind of violence that is depicted in the movie Detroit.  Police violence, however knows no territory.  While the vast, vast majority of law enforcement is here to assist and be helpful there are a few bad apples on any police force no matter the location.

The subject of police brutality is a hot-button issue.  There are so many gray areas.  One thing is certain…if you feel that a loved one has been abused by excessive police action and is now in lock-up you need to seek aggressive representation to defend them in court.  This is no laughing matter and immediate action is required!

Jon Sinn is an Akron Ohio police abuse defense attorney.  He has seen it before.  When unnecessary force is used in making an arrest, and even at the station, someone needs to step up and point it out.  The only sin is not calling Jon.  Don’t let potential police brutality go unchecked.  Call Northeast Ohio criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Monday, September 11, 2017

27th Annual Barberton Mum Fest, Sept 23 - 24

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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Why is Prison the Answer?

We hear about prison overcrowding.  In many cases there are hardened, violent people who occupy those spaces behind bars.  Many times however, people convicted of non-violent drug offenses make up a large part of the prison population.  There was a day when people went to jail for owing money, but those days are gone.

Jon Sinn is an Akron, Ohio drug defense lawyer that strongly believes jail time is not the answer for drug possession.  I know you have heard the old song…drug abusers have an illness and even those that sell them are trying to survive day-to-day.  Many people just laugh that off and say, “Lock em’ up.  They are all criminals”.

If you or a loved one has been accused of a drug crime do not wait a moment longer.  Seek the advice and council of an aggressive criminal defense attorney in Northeast Ohio.  His name is Jon Sinn.  As always, the only sin is not calling Jon.  Your fight back to respectability begins today by calling Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

2017 Grecian Festival

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August 17-19, 2017 at the Canton Civic Center

Grecian Festival Hours:

Thursday 11am-10pm
Friday 11am-10pm
Saturday 3pm-10pm

What is Your Capacity?

Have you ever seriously considered what it takes to be over the legal limit of alcohol?  We may know when we have “had too many”, but is it possible to stop at or near the brink?  It might be, but so many factors figure into that.  For instance, a man of approximately 160 pounds SHOULD be able to consume three beers in an hour and barely be under the legal limit.

Now the factors…body weight, gender, tolerance, the type of alcohol that you consume.  Three shots may not equal three beers and you need to be acutely aware of that before you put the keys in the ignition.  Here is another little tidbit.  You may blow a 0.05 and be under the limit, but if you are driving carelessly you will still get pulled over and ticketed!

Suffice to say, we are not all saints in Northeast Ohio.  The day may come when you need aggressive representation in court for a drunk or careless driving charge.  If that day comes you should call Attorney Jon Sinn.  He is Akron’s DUI and careless driving defense attorney.  The only sin would be not calling Jon.  Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Don't Miss Bruno Mars in Pittsburgh

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August 22, 2017
 Tuesday   8:00 PM

PPG Paints Arena (Formerly CONSOL Energy Center)

Turn up the Heat…Turn up the Anger.

No question about it…the summer heat can make tempers heat up as well.  Sometimes it results in the accusation of domestic violence against another.  This is a crime that may either be a felony or a misdemeanor depending on the circumstances.  Also, any prior convictions play a major role in that decision.

In the state of Ohio, the crime of domestic violence involves violence or threatened violence against a family or household member. Someone commits domestic violence when he or she knowingly or even accidentally inflicts bodily harm on another.  Even the threat of said, could result in a charge if someone feels they are in danger.

This crime has many gray areas.  It often boils down to “he said she said”.  To defend yourself against such a charge you need an attorney that has defended these cases in the Buckeye State for decades.  Just such a man is Jon Sinn.  He is the right person to call to fight against a charge of domestic violence in the Akron area.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

No Wakie Bakie.

Sorry, Ohioans you have not come around just yet to the notion that marijuana should be treated like alcohol.  Whether we like it or not this controversial “drug” is still illegal in the Buckeye State and will be for the foreseeable future.  Ohio is a state where NO ONE can ever say…it’s no big deal it’s just weed.

Prosecutors have a penchant for treating recreational marijuana users the same way that they treat hard drug defendants.  It may seem archaic, but that is the way it is.  By the way, medical use of weed was approved by the state on Sept. 8, 2016.  Another piece of good news is that Ohio has loosened its marijuana laws in general.

However, (and read this point very carefully) even though the possession of less than 100 grams of cannabis is not a jailable offense it could result in someone losing their driver’s license for up to FIVE years!  Could you afford that?  In Northeast Ohio you need to call Akron marijuana defense attorney Jon Sinn immediately.  The only sin is not calling Jon at (330) 431-0160.

Events and Things to do in Akron

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Find events and activities for you and the family this summer in Akron, OH

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Plan Your 4th of July!

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4th of July events in Northeast Ohio - Fireworks, parades, community celebrations, festivals, and more. There are plenty of ways to celebrate this Independence Day!

What is Judicial Release?

Summer is a good time to revisit the subject of judicial release.  If you are not an attorney it is a complicated process.  It may take 60 days or more to complete so it is important to address it now so that you may have your loved one home by the end of summer.  Now, let’s get into what judicial release means in the Buckeye state.

Early release is the process by which convicted felons can be released from prison before serving their entire sentence.  In most cases, the prisoner is placed on a form of probation under the supervision of the court that sent them to prison in the first place.  In Ohio, the law states IF and WHEN a person can apply for judicial release.

An experienced criminal attorney is needed to move this process along.  In Northeast Ohio that man is Akron judicial release lawyer Jon Sinn.  He will get things moving and keep them going to reach the conclusion that your family is looking for.  You see, the only sin is not calling Jon.  Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

An Attorney Who Really Knows Both Sides.

If you could hire an attorney to defend you or a loved one against a drug charge, let me ask you a question.  Would you like one who only knows the defense side of the equation, or one who is familiar with BOTH sides of the aisle?  In other words, a lawyer who spent years prosecuting drug crimes and now vigorously defends them.

That almost sounds too good to be true.  There can’t be many people who fit that scenario.  In Akron, Ohio, there is a lawyer who actually represented the prosecution on hundreds of major drug cases.  He knows the minds of the prosecutors because he has been one!  Let us introduce you to him.

His name is Jon Sinn.  Today Attorney Sinn is in private practice as a defender of people accused of drug crimes in Northeast Ohio.  It’s hard to surmise that you could do any better than someone who knows the points and the counter-points.  The only sin is not calling Jon.  Call Jon Sinn today at (303) 431-0160.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Chapter Programs at Golf Courses

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"The First Tee uses golf to teach youth life lessons and leadership skills. Sessions include a fun, group setting for youth ages 7 to 18 regardless of background or previous experience. Teaming up with experts in positive youth development, The First Tee helps youth become good golfers and even better people."

Definition of Assault and Battery.

Assault is defined as any reasonable threat to a person while battery is defined as the use of force against another person with the primary intent of causing physical harm.  An assault charge may come from someone “feeling” threatened by one’s actions.  When battery is the charge then there has been actual bodily harm inflicted.

Here are the elements of battery –

1.  A volitional or voluntary act of violence against another.
2.  Done with purposeful intent of causing harmful or offensive contact to another.
3.  An example would be throwing a rock at someone that actually hits them.

Both assault and battery are criminal offenses.  That is the important point here.  It may be treated as a misdemeanor or as a felony depending on the severity of the situation.  If you are charged with one of these crimes immediately call Jon Sinn.  He is Akron’s assault and battery defense attorney.  The only sin is not calling Jon at (303) 431-0160.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Memorial Day, Cleveland 2017

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"However we choose to celebrate Memorial Day in Cleveland Ohio, we do so by honoring those who have lost their lives for our great freedoms. Some things to do on Memorial Day 2017 Cleveland include camping, fishing and golfing. Want to do something at night in Cleveland for Memorial Day 2017? Check out the Cleveland Nightlife Guide or the Cleveland Restaurants Guide."


These are three acronyms with which we don’t want to be faced.  In the State of Ohio you should at least be familiar with them.  When it gets right down to it we are saying the same thing when describing these three driving offenses.  It means someone has been arrested for operating their vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Here are some of the extenuating circumstances with which you need to be aware –

1.  You may have difficulty keeping your current employment.
2.  This goes hand-in-hand with #1, but you may find it very difficult to get another job.
3.  Maintaining your license to drive a “company vehicle” may become challenging.
4.  Possible denial of immigration proceedings…a hot button issue these days.

While you do not need to understand the specific nuances of these acronyms you DO need to hire someone who can defend you if you have been arrested.  The answer in Northeast Ohio is always Akron OVI, DWI, AND DUI defense attorney Jon Sinn.  Remember…the only sin is NOT calling Jon at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Mother's Day Tea Tickets!

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"Give Mom the most unique Mother's Day experience in Akron by joining us at the Akron Art Museum's Mother's Day Tea."

Monday, May 1, 2017

Remember this one?

Several years ago a man by the name of Vernon Singleton was in the news in Northeast Ohio.  He had been accused of the murder in the shooting death of an 11-year old in Akron back in August of 2011.  Twenty-six year old Vernon Singleton was arrested and charged with the girl’s murder.

Just days before the trial was to begin in July of 2012 Mr. Singleton was release from the Summit County jail.  Just like so many other young men he was already tried in the court of public opinion.  In this case, the charges were dismissed without prejudice and Vernon walked away from the situation a free man.

Vernon Singleton could not have done all of this without the aggressive representation of Northeast Ohio criminal attorney Jon Sinn.  It was a life or death situation for him and by choosing the correct representation life began anew for him.  What about you or a loved one?  The only sin is not calling Jon.  Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Welcome to Founders' Day 2017

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 82nd Anniversary of Alcoholics Anonymous

June 9,10, & 11, 2017 | Akron, Ohio | Birthplace of A.A.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

What is Judicial Release?

Let us start with a definition.  Hopefully, you don’t have to ever become familiar with this term, but if you do you will definitely need to understand it fully.  This phrase pertains to the release of a felon BEFORE their term of incarceration has ended.  Of course, it is not “get out of jail free”, but it is a way to get back into society with certain restrictions.

How do you apply for judicial release in Ohio?  It is important to begin the process as quickly as possible because it may take two or three months to complete.  Let me direct you to Ohio revised code Section 2929.20.  And remember, before you get too anxious…not all crimes in the Buckeye State are eligible for this form of early release.

There is one sure way to find out all that you need to know.  That is to contact Northeast Ohio judicial release attorney John Sinn.  He knows all of the ins and outs of this complicated process.  A new life for your loved one may be just around the corner.  The only sin would be NOT to call John.  Attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

EGGSperiment - Spring into Science!

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Spring into Science April 14 and 15!

We are EGGstatic to be EGGsperimenting with guests again this April!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Ohio’s New Laws for Motorists.

We are a quarter of the way through 2017 and you probably are not aware that the Ohio legislature enacted dozens of new laws that took effect on January 1st.  Some of them may very well have an impact on you and you need to be aware of them.  This is especially true if you get pulled over one of these days for an offense you didn’t even know existed!

Did you know that Ohio motorists must give cyclists a minimum of three feet of clearance when passing?  Also, beginning in 2017 you can actually go through a stop light if it malfunctions and does not detect your vehicle coming to a stop.  If, heaven forbid, someone is killed with a car the driver’s license will be suspended AFTER they get out of prison instead of during their sentence.

We bring up these changes merely to illustrate that the driving laws of Ohio are fluid.  If you or someone you care about is pulled over and ticketed or arrested for a traffic violation, do not hesitate!  Call Northeast Ohio vehicle crime attorney Jon Sinn.  Just remember: the only sin is not calling Jon at (330) 431-0160.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

When Your Back is to the Wall.

When a criminal charge is staring you in the face you see your life flash before you.  There are a wide-range of criminal activities with which you could be charged in the State of Ohio.  They range from DUI to capital murder.  Anything under the auspices of an arrest for a criminal activity must be taken very seriously.

Many times, there can be NO justice without a trial.  One of the top criminal attorneys in Portage and Summit counties has had experience working for BOTH sides.  That’s right!  How many lawyers once worked for the government and now defend charges in the criminal courts of Northeast Ohio for 20 years?

He sounds like someone you might want to call.  If you or a loved one are charged with any criminal offence in the Buckeye State reach for the phone and call Akron criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn.  We have said it over and over, the only sin when you are faced with prosecution is NOT calling Jon.  Jon Sinn’s cell phone number is (330) 431-0160.

Make your St. Patrick's Day Plans!

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"CLEVELAND -- Dust off your green garb because it’s almost time for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Cleveland."

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Good People…Bad Drugs.

It could have started during the holidays, or just have been exacerbated at various end-of-the-year parties and gatherings.  You are a good person who takes care of themselves, but you have been taking illegal drugs.  Now the recreational habit has gotten out of hand and you or a loved one have been arrested on a drug possession charge.

It is a process that is as old as the human condition.  The only change has been that in Ohio there is a drug climate that many would say has reached epidemic proportions.  There are about as many ways to get high and escape reality for “a minute” as there are people.  That does not mean someone should be judged for life and hamstrung with a drug conviction.

If you or someone you care about has been arrested and incarcerated seek out the best lawyer possible as quickly as you can.  In Northeast Ohio you have someone who, in the past represented the other side.  That type of knowledge will be invaluable.  He is Summit and Portage County Ohio drug defense attorney Jon Sinn.  The only sin is NOT calling Jon at (330) 431-0160 anytime of the day or night.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

When Cabin Fever Goes too Far.

We have been gathering together all Winter.  We had the holidays with “mandatory” parties to attend be it with family or not.  Winter in Northeast Ohio can and does test our patience.  Remember the good old days…two equally matched people would fight, shake hands, and go their separate ways.  Nowadays the police are getting involved more and more.

These incidences often occur between two or more people who are/were close friends and things just got out of hand.  Know this…if the cops are involved somebody is probably getting hauled off to jail.  When the “dust settles” you have a situation that demands a good assault defense lawyer right away.

Since these events have a way of generally occurring late into the night make sure that you are calling someone you can reach quickly.  That person is Akron, Ohio assault and battery defense attorney Jon Sinn.  It is no sin to lose your temper, but it is a sin not to call John to help you or a loved one out of a tough situation.  Call or TEXT attorney Jon Sinn at (303) 431-0160

Thursday, February 2, 2017

What is Judicial Release in Ohio?

It may seem obvious, but its consequences are far-reaching for the family of the incarcerated. 
Release from prison is granted by a judge who sentences convicted criminals.  If a judge wishes to do so he or she may grant judicial release or “shock probation” as it used to be known.  The offender may be placed in a furlough program.

Each individual is left up to the sentencing judge.  There are many extenuating factors to be considered.  Not the least of which is the behavior of the person while they were incarcerated.  You also must factor in the attitude and the history of the particular judge that you are dealing with in this very delicate matter.

All of which leads us to understand that you need a top attorney to plea your loved one’s case.  That is when you pick up the phone and call Ohio judicial release attorney Jon Sinn.  He has had decades of experience arguing this matter before Northeast Ohio judges.  The only sin is not calling today for a free consultation with Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Slow Down and Pull Over.

These are dreaded words that we never want to hear while we are driving.  It may happen to the best of us any time…guilty or innocent.  All of a sudden you glance in your rear view mirror and there they are - those nasty red and blue flashing lights.  It could be something as innocuous as you simply forgot to signal when changing lanes.

Whatever the case it is vitally important to keep your cool.  If in fact you are cited for going over the speed limit there are two steps to follow.  First of all, don’t bother to start an argument on the scene…that will never go well!  Secondly, do NOT just systematically pay the fine even if you believe that you were speeding.

Take a breath and when you get home (or even before) place a phone call to Jon Sinn.  Jon is a Northeast Ohio attorney who has been fighting speeding tickets for years.  The consequences could be severe if you don’t take the matter seriously.  The only sin is not calling Jon.  Jon Sinn at his office located in Akron at (330) 431-0160.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Drug Penalties in Ohio.

It’s a brand new year and we just made it through another holiday season.  We don’t want to start out 2017 with some scare tactic, but we do want you to be aware of the consequences of drug possession and trafficking in the Buckeye State.  Penalties may be severe including large fines and YEARS, not months of prison for certain convictions.

If you were not aware, the federal government may get involved in prosecuting some drug cases and take it out of the hands of the state.  In some cases handling drugs is a misdemeanor, but it could be a felony and it becomes very confusing.  For example, a first degree drug felony conviction can result in up to eleven years in prison and a fine of up to $20,000!

An individual who is found guilty of holding or selling drugs in Ohio will have their life altered forever.  If, heaven forbid, you or a loved one is charged with a drug crime of ANY kind in the state do not hesitate.  Call Jon Sinn immediately.  Attorney Sinn has successfully defended drug charges in Ohio for decades.  Wherever you are in Northeast Ohio the only sin is not calling or texting Jon at (330) 431-0160.