What You Need to Know About First Offense DWI in Ohio
June 2, 2022 | DUI
If you’ve recently been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Cincinnati, you’re probably nervous and full of questions about the repercussions of the charge. Knowing more about what the penalties are and your options to have charges reduced can help you make the right choices for your future. About OVI/ DWI Charges in Cincinnati… read more
What Is a Hung Jury?
May 18, 2022 | Court
The right to have our criminal case heard by a jury of our peers is a fundamental element of our judicial system in the United States. Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure state that a defendant has the right to a trial by jury. In misdemeanor cases, the juries consist of eight individuals. Felony cases have… read more
Are You Legally Required to Tell Someone You Have Herpes in Ohio?
May 3, 2022 | Sex Crimes
Genital herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD). Herpes can be spread by having sex with another person. Currently, there is no cure for genital herpes. If you give someone an STD, you could be sued for damages in a personal injury lawsuit. Additionally, it is illegal to knowingly harm another person under Ohio… read more
What Does “Bar” Stand for in the Bar Exam or Bar Association?
April 26, 2022 | Criminal Law
Everyone has heard the word “bar” used numerous times, as in bar association, bar admissions, and members of the bar. However, how many people actually know what this word means? The word has a long history of use in legal circles and the mainstream. Derivations of the term are also widely known, such as disbarred…. read more
5 Tips to Choose the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer in Cincinnati
March 11, 2022 | Criminal Defense
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, from a DUI to a felony, your lawyer can make a life-changing difference. If finding the right lawyer seems overwhelming, these five tips for helping you spot the difference between a good criminal defense attorney and a bad one may help. 1. They Specialize in Criminal Law… read more
When Is a DUI a Felony in Ohio?
March 8, 2022 | DUI
Driving while impaired carries serious consequences. In Ohio, under certain circumstances, you could be facing felony charges for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A DUI (driving under the influence), also called an OVI (operating a vehicle impaired) in Ohio, has four basic elements that the state needs to prove beyond a reasonable… read more
What is an Indictment?
March 2, 2022 | Criminal Defense
Grand juries issue indictments formally charging someone with a crime. The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution requires that the government obtain an indictment before prosecuting a felony federal offense. However, the Fifth Amendment applies to federal crimes. It does not require states to obtain indictments before charging a person with a serious crime…. read more
What Is a Criminal Defense Attorney and When Do You Need One?
February 16, 2022 | Criminal Defense
The American justice system allows the accused to defend themselves in court. Indeed, American citizens have the constitutional right to an attorney. A criminal defense attorney provides the experience and knowledge to defend you against criminal charges. You always have the option to defend yourself. But in many situations, a criminal defense lawyer can help… read more
8 Tips for Hiring a DUI Lawyer in Cincinnati
January 31, 2022 | DUI
When you find yourself in need of a DUI Lawyer in Cincinnati, Ohio, it can be overwhelming to know where to turn. There are so many lawyers out there, and each one has their own set of skills and qualifications. How do you determine the best fit for your case? It’s important to know what… read more
Tips for an Effective Character Letter for a Judge in Cincinnati
November 25, 2021 | Criminal Defense
In this blog, Suhre & Associates criminal defense lawyers explain some tips for an effective character letter for a judge in Cincinnati, Ohio. In our experience, strong character letters can be one of the most important parts of a sentencing hearing. Judges have wide latitude in the length and type of sentence they impose for… read more