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Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Menacing Criminal Defense Lawyer

610 5th St, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Attorney Andrew R. Schuman

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Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Menacing Criminal Defense Lawyer

Attorney Andrew R. Schuman

610 5th St, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Menacing Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you were charged with Assault, Felonious Assault, Menacing, Disorderly Conduct or any other offense of violence in Bowling Green, Ohio or surrounding area, you need an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney.

Offenses of violence and offenses involving threats of violence are very serious offenses. The immediate impact can be devastating. You face jail time, probation, extensive court ordered counseling. Moreover, if you are a Bowling Green University student you could be kicked out of school pursuant to the Ohio Campus Disruption Act, commonly referred to as a “1219” and codified under Ohio Revised Code sections 3345.22 and 3345.23.

Having an offense of violence on your record can also have a lasting impact on your future. Imagine entering Assault on job application that asks whether you have ever been found guilty or convicted of a crime. Even a disorderly conduct on your record can make getting a job difficult. Consider this scenario: You and an equally qualified candidate apply for an excellent job you really want. Let’s say there is only one position open. If you have a disorderly conduct charge on your record, and other applicant has a clean record, who do you think the employer is more likely to hire? So while it may seem easy and convenient to simply plead out to a disorderly, you are always better off hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer.

The evidence in these types of cases are overwhelmingly based on witness accounts of what occurred. That is why it is imperative that you hire a lawyer who will put in the work and actually talk to the witnesses. Attorney Schuman is a Licensed Private Investigator. He prides himself on finding the truth instead of just relying on what might be said in a police report. Moreover, sometimes the victims of these offenses just want a no contact order, or their medical bills to be paid. Attorney Schuman can potentially use such information to negotiate a favorable plea bargain with the Prosecutor.

 

Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Menacing Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you were charged with Assault, Felonious Assault, Menacing, Disorderly Conduct or any other offense of violence in Bowling Green, Ohio or surrounding area, you need an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney.

Offenses of violence and offenses involving threats of violence are very serious offenses. The immediate impact can be devastating. You face jail time, probation, extensive court ordered counseling. Moreover, if you are a Bowling Green University student you could be kicked out of school pursuant to the Ohio Campus Disruption Act, commonly referred to as a “1219” and codified under Ohio Revised Code sections 3345.22 and 3345.23.

Having an offense of violence on your record can also have a lasting impact on your future. Imagine entering Assault on job application that asks whether you have ever been found guilty or convicted of a crime. Even a disorderly conduct on your record can make getting a job difficult. Consider this scenario: You and an equally qualified candidate apply for an excellent job you really want. Let’s say there is only one position open. If you have a disorderly conduct charge on your record, and other applicant has a clean record, who do you think the employer is more likely to hire? So while it may seem easy and convenient to simply plead out to a disorderly, you are always better off hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer.

The evidence in these types of cases are overwhelmingly based on witness accounts of what occurred. That is why it is imperative that you hire a lawyer who will put in the work and actually talk to the witnesses. Attorney Schuman is a Licensed Private Investigator. He prides himself on finding the truth instead of just relying on what might be said in a police report. Moreover, sometimes the victims of these offenses just want a no contact order, or their medical bills to be paid. Attorney Schuman can potentially use such information to negotiate a favorable plea bargain with the Prosecutor.

 

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