Akron Attorney Blog: Suhre & Associates

What is Felonious Assault?

Written by joesuhre on August 29, 2012 in Assault, Definitions

A felonious assault charge is one of the worst charges a person can be charged with – each felonious assault conviction can carry with it between 2 and 8 years in prison.  If there is a gun involved you could be looking at a mandatory of sentence between 8 years and 14 years.  It is …Read More »

What is Gambling?

Written by joesuhre on August 12, 2012 in Definitions

The new casinos in Toledo, Columbus, and Cleveland bring new charges against people for gambling.  There are various forms of gambling, cheating, that the government prosecutes.  Some examples include posting a beat after it is clear that they will win –  think blackjack and pushing forward a bet after the dealer busts.  Think about stealing …Read More »

What is Rape?

Written by joesuhre on August 5, 2012 in Definitions

As a former prosecutor, and criminal defense lawyer, I am often involved in sexual crime cases… cases such as rape.  Most people do not know the legal definition of rape, nor the implications of such a serious charge.  Everyone knows that merely being accused of rape can be a life altering event – a false …Read More »

What is drug trafficking in Ohio?

Written by joesuhre on July 19, 2012 in Definitions, Drug Charges

If you have been charged in Ohio, and the Cleveland area, with trafficking charges you need to hire an attorney.  You should consider calling one of our experienced Cleveland Criminal Lawyers right away if facing charges. In Ohio drug trafficking is defined as: 2925.03 Trafficking, aggravated trafficking in drugs. (A) No person shall knowingly do …Read More »