Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Memorial Day, Cleveland 2017

(Follow the link above for more information)

"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!

(Follow the link above for more information)

"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.