Monday, August 1, 2022

Weapons are too Much on the Mind these Days.

Weapons possession of every kind is at the top of America’s mind today. While possessing a weapon is a constitutional right, it is also an instrument for mischief in the wrong hands. It is a complicated issue where each case is different. If you or a loved one is involved in a weapons possession situation, please call Akron Criminal Defense Attorney Jon Sinn.

Just look at one example of a weapons charge. Someone in the state of Ohio may be arrested on a “weapon under disability charge”. That arrest, if convicted, could result in a prison sentence of up to 3-years and a hefty fine of $10,000. Think for a moment, what the ramifications of that sentence would do to your future!

Ohio weapons possession lawyer, Jon Sinn, knows the law inside and out. He has the perspective of working for the prosecution (many years ago) and now, vigorously defending people in Northeast Ohio with weapons charges. Don’t waste another minute! Call Akron Criminal Defense Lawyer Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160 and visit his website at

Friday, July 15, 2022

Drug Possession in Ohio.

The Buckeye State has strong laws and penalties against drug possession. It is an area of the law that Ohio pays particular attention to these days. So does Akron criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn. He vigorously represents those in Ohio who have been arrested and charged with drug possession offenses.


Here are some of the maximum fines and sentences –

1.  For a misdemeanor conviction you could get a fine of up to $750 and 90 days in jail.

2.  For a felony drug conviction, one could receive 6 months to a year in jail.

3.  It gets more and more harsh!

Jon Sinn recognizes that. He used to be on the prosecutorial side of the equation. Today, criminal defense lawyer Jon Sinn defends those accused of drug possession in Akron and throughout northeast Ohio. If you or a loved one has been arrested for drugs, immediately call defense attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160. Become more familiar with Jon by visiting

Friday, July 1, 2022

The Stigma of the Conviction of a Sex Crime is a “Life Sentence”.

Being convicted of a sex crime in the state of Ohio carries much more than jail time. A person found guilty of a sex crime will likely be ostracized for the rest of their lives. Don’t let that happen to you or a loved one! Akron, Ohio Criminal Defense Attorney Jon Sinn will fight for you to make sure that it doesn’t.

Just start with the obvious. Someone who commits rape or sexual battery in The Buckeye State could face serious criminal penalties, including extremely lengthy terms of imprisonment as well as hefty fines. A felony offense falls into two specific categories…rape and sexual battery.

If you or a loved one is arrested for either of the above, please call Akron Sex Crime Defense Lawyer, Jon Sinn. He is a man who used to be a prosecutor in Ohio and now vigorously defends the accused. See what Jon is all about by visiting Then call him at this phone number, (330) 431-0160.

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

When You’ve Done the Time.

In many cases throughout Ohio, people have served time in prison and are ready to come home. To achieve that, you need a judicial release attorney who is experienced in such matters. Akron defense lawyer Jon Sinn is the guy to call about judicial release in The Buckeye State.

Jon Sinn knows the correct arguments to make on behalf of you or a loved one and just the proper motions to file to achieve what is known in Ohio as “judicial release”. You can do the research easily enough by searching judicial release in Ohio on the internet.

When you know that judicial release is the right move for you and your family, the next step is easy…call Akron Criminal Defense attorney Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160. Judicial release can be tricky when it is in the wrong hands. Jon Sinn is the right choice in many criminal charges. Just google his website at

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Knowing the Concealed Carry Law in Ohio.

The Buckeye state has an ever-changing concealed carry firearms law. Keep the date June 13th in mind. On that day the Ohio permits carry law will become effective. The times they are a’ changin’ as the song goes. You need Ohio concealed carry attorney Jon Sinn of Akron to interpret the law for you.

On June 13th 2022, the concealed handgun law in the state of Ohio will effectively change the following day. If you are reading this BEFORE that date things will be completely different if you or a loved one has been arrested for the concealed carry of a firearm in this state.

Ohio criminal defense attorney Jon Sinn knows the law inside and out before AND after that date. Jon has been practicing criminal defense from his office in Akron for decades. He is a phone call away from helping you with your situation. Call criminal defense lawyer Jon Sinn at (330) 431-0160. See Jon’s story at

Monday, May 16, 2022

DUI is a Very Big Deal.

Of all the criminal arrests in the US it seems like the most prevalent is the DUI stop. It can happen to anyone who has ever taken a drink. You know that getting a DUI does NOT mean you are a drunk, but the law does not care! You need the strongest DUI defense available if you are ever charged with such an offense. In the Akron area that comes from Jon Sinn, a highly experienced DUI defense attorney in Akron.

For this entire decade DUI/OVI lawyer Jon Sinn has vigorously defended those accused of impaired driving. By the way, while virtually every American adult has heard of DUI, some are not familiar with OVI. It is a fancy acronym for Operating a Vehicle Impaired.

Whatever the charge, Akron Defense Attorney Jon Sinn has your back. He used to be a prosecutor last century, so he knows his way around the courtrooms of Northeast Ohio. If you or a loved one has been accused of DUI/OVI please call Jon Sinn as soon as possible. His 24-hour phone number is (330) 431-0160. Visit his website at for more information.

Monday, May 2, 2022

Drug Defense in Akron.

In Ohio, drug possession and intent to distribute comes in many forms. If you or a loved one is accused of either, you need a strong defense attorney with years of experience. We strongly urge you to consider criminal defense lawyer Jon Sinn, who works from his office in Akron, Ohio.

Attorney Jon Sinn is a man who has defended these types of cases for decades. With the current opioid crisis nationwide, and in Ohio, he wants to help. That help will come to those who have opioid addiction problems with a will to “kick the habit”. Jon truly wants to help you and your family get your lives back!

The first thing to do might be to visit his website at Read about Criminal Defense Attorney Jon Sinn and see if he is the right person for you. If and when you discover that he IS, then make this call (330) 431-0160. It matters not what time of day that you make that call, it may change your life for the better…forever!