My Son Was Accused of a Title IX Violation in Ohio. What Should I Do?

The Ohio Department of Education complies with Title IX. If your child was accused of a Title IX violation in Ohio, you are probably panicking. You may be worried your child will be kicked out of school, face criminal charges, or damage their reputation. Perhaps you don’t know anything about Title IX.  The reality is… read more

Cannabis Laws in Ohio

Ohio has some of the most contradictory and confusing cannabis laws in the nation. The state allows medical marijuana but restricts non-medical/recreational use and permits vaporization but not combustion of THC. In addition, the state still criminalizes possession by people without medical cards but does not impose criminal penalties for small amounts. As a result… read more

Actions That Are Treated As Title IX Violations

Do you believe you or someone you love has been falsely accused of a Title IX violation? If so, it is imperative to immediately seek assistance from a defense lawyer who is knowledgeable about Title IX actions.  While these are not technically criminal charges, they should be taken just as seriously because they have the… read more

What You Need to Know About the Biden Administration’s Title IX New Regulations

The Biden Administration made the proposed changes to Title IX available for public comment in June 2022. During the 60-day public comment period, more than 238,000 comments were received. Currently, the Biden Administration is set to release a final rule amending Title IX regulations in May 2023. How Does Title IX Impact Schools and Universities?… read more

What To Do If You’re Facing an Underage DUI Charge in Ohio

Being charged with a DUI can be a frightening experience, especially if you’re under 21. The repercussions of an underage DUI charge in Ohio can be severe and long-lasting, so it’s important to take the proper steps to protect yourself. Here are some things you should do if you find yourself facing an underage DUI… read more

What To Do After Being Arrested in Cincinnati

Being arrested can be a confusing and frightening experience. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to know your rights and what steps you should take to protect yourself.  First and foremost, always be polite and cooperative without revealing too much information. Remaining calm and knowing your rights can help ensure that… read more

Four Defenses to Statutory Rape in Cincinnati 

Facing statutory rape charges in Ohio is a scary experience, but it’s important to understand that there may be defenses available to you depending on your individual circumstances. If you’ve been charged with statutory rape, the experienced criminal defense attorneys from Suhre & Associates are here to help.  We have successfully defended countless clients facing… read more

How Long Does it Take to Get Your First Court Date for a DUI in Cincinnati?

In most cases, you won’t receive a first court date until close to 30 days after you’ve been arrested. However, if you have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Cincinnati, you can expect your first court date to be set within five days of your arrest. This allows the court… read more

How To Successfully Fight a DUI Case in Ohio

You commit a DUI, known as OVI in Ohio, when you drive a vehicle on public roads under the influence of enough of an intoxicant to seriously impair your driving ability.  Typically, this means driving while intoxicated on alcohol with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. Ohio can also charge you with… read more

How Long Does a Misdemeanor Stay on Your Record in Ohio?

A conviction for any crime in Ohio can result in jail time and the assessment of fines. A conviction will also create a criminal record that will follow you long after your jail time is complete and your fines are paid. This criminal record can impact your life in ways that may make it difficult… read more