Drug Possession Charge Reduced For Clermont County Man Running His Own BusinessCategory: Drugs
Clermont County criminal defense attorney Bradley Groene frequently represents clients on criminal charges in and around the Cincinnati area. More recently, attorney Groene helped a man from Clermont County who was charged with 3rd-degree misdemeanor possession of suboxone after police officers found the drug in his personal possession. Our client was a self-employed contractor and instantly knew that a conviction of the charge would be disastrous to his business.
In several difficult meetings, it was apparent the prosecutor was against amending the charge to a lesser offense against our client. Groene was resilient in his attempts and pushed the case further, successfully amending the charge to an attempt. Our client ended up avoiding a mandatory license suspension and drug conviction on his record. The man was grateful that he could continue to run his business after his drug possession case.
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