Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What it Means and How it Can Affect Your Case in Cincinnati
December 21, 2021 | Criminal Defense
In this blog, the criminal defense lawyers at Suhre & Associates break down attorney-client privilege and how it can affect your case in Cincinnati, Ohio. Many people don’t realize that confidentiality and privilege are actually two different things! When you are charged with a crime, it can be incredibly stressful. Most people’s first reaction to… read more
What is Clemency in Cincinnati, Ohio?
December 15, 2021 | Criminal Defense
If you are wondering about clemency in Cincinnati, Ohio, you have come to the right place. In this blog, the criminal defense lawyers at Suhre & Associates, LLC explain what you need to know. If you need help pursuing clemency, contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Even after all of your appeals of a criminal… read more
Federal Charges Filed After Millions of Dollars Worth of Fentanyl Seized During Cincinnati Area Drug Bust
December 9, 2021 | Drug Crimes
Fourteen people alleged to be part of one of the largest drug trafficking organizations in the greater Cincinnati area have been charged with federal crimes after a major drug bust earlier this year. Law enforcement says the organization conspired to bring millions of dollars worth of heroin and fentanyl into the greater Cincinnati area over… read more
Everything You Need to Know About DUI Classes in Kentucky
June 21, 2021 | DUI
Kentucky lawmakers are serious about deterring individuals from drinking and driving. The penalties for a DUI conviction are severe. You could face prison time, high fines, loss of your driving privileges, and be required to install an ignition interlock system. In addition to the above penalties, every person guilty of DUI in Kentucky must attend… read more
Proposed Kentucky Law Would Make it a Crime to Taunt the Police
March 24, 2021 | Kentucky Law
After the protests in Louisville related to the police killing of Breonna Taylor, legislators proposed a new law. The law would make it a crime to taunt police officers in Kentucky. Senate Bill 211 recently passed the Senate by a vote of 22 to 11. It is now waiting for the House to take up… read more
What Happens If You Get an Out-of-State Arrest Warrant?
February 16, 2021 | Criminal Defense
When the police need legal authorization from a judge to do something, they must seek a warrant. But since each state is legally independent of the other states, warrants generally do not cross state lines. The drafters of the U.S. Constitution knew that this would encourage criminals to “run for the border” to escape prosecution…. read more
What is a Subpoena?
December 18, 2020 | Criminal Defense
In court cases, both civil and criminal, it is sometimes necessary for the judge to compel witnesses to come to the courtroom to share what they know about a particular incident. For instance, if you’re arrested for a white collar crime in Cincinnati, the prosecution might want to have a witness come to court to… read more
What Does it Mean to Be an Accessory Before or After a Crime?
November 16, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Helping someone commit a crime or get away with committing a crime is a criminal offense. To be an accessory, you do not need to make a plan in advance to help the person commit a crime. You also do not need to know that crime might occur or be present for the commission of… read more
6 Things to Consider When Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer
November 12, 2020 | Criminal Defense
If you are facing criminal charges in Cincinnati, obtaining high quality legal representation is what should be at the forefront of your mind. You need to hire a top-notch criminal defense lawyer to handle your case. This can understandably seem like a daunting task, especially during what is likely a highly stressful and difficult time. … read more
Is There a Difference Between a Lawyer and an Attorney?
November 4, 2020 | Criminal Defense
We have gotten used to using the terms “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably. We loosely refer to lawyers and attorneys as those legal professionals who are licensed to practice law within a given state. However there is a slight difference between the two terms. Though the distinction is not important to some, it becomes important when… read more