What Happens at a Status Hearing in a Cincinnati Criminal Case?
July 27, 2022 | Criminal Law
After your arrest, there are several steps that the court takes before your case goes to trial or you are allowed to accept a plea agreement. The process of your criminal case depends on whether you plead guilty or not guilty. Pleading not guilty means your case moves through the judicial process of going to… read more
Your Rights When You Are Detained in Cincinnati: Do You Really Get a Phone Call?
July 20, 2022 | Criminal Law
You’ve probably watched the following scene play out on television a million times: the aggressive cop takes a suspect to the station, and the suspect demands their phone call. But, what really are your rights when you are detained in Cincinnati? And, do you really get a phone call? This blog post will fill you… 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
What Are Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude?
February 9, 2021 | Criminal Law
Crimes, in general, represent acts that society has deemed unacceptable to such a serious degree that they are punishable by law. State crimes are written and passed by elected officials of that state. But a crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) is not a specific crime. It is a category of crimes that includes especially serious… read more