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Case Results

We are mindful of the fact that every time we enter a courtroom on behalf of our clients, there is a great deal at stake. Please review our criminal and OVI / DUI case results listed below. We are proud of the work we do and the lives we effect each day. If you are in need of assistance, please feel free to contact us at (513) 338-1890 .

Probing Weak Case Leads to Reduced Charges in Clermont County OVI

Category: Alcohol

Our client, a Clermont County professional in his mid-30s, was charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence, his second such offense in nearly a decade. It might not have been a high-tier OVI charge, but under Ohio law, repeated offenses lead to more severe penalties.

At the time of his arrest, our client was tested by a breathalyzer, and his Blood Alcohol Content level was found to be high, 0.15. We began our investigation into his arrest. Through discovery, we were able to find some inconsistencies between the arresting officer’s statements and the evidence presented.

It can be difficult to negotiate a plea with the prosecutor, especially if the defendant has had prior run-ins with the law, like our client in this case. However, we were able to find a weakness in this case, and eventually, both the judge and the prosecutor agreed to less severe charges.

We were able to discover the weaknesses in the case by remaining persistent and combing through the case details to find the best argument against the prosecutor’s side of the case.

 

Drug Charges Reduced from First- to Fourth-Degree Felonies, No Prison Time

Category: Drugs

Our client, a worker from Hamilton County, was initially indicted on serious drug charges. He was originally charged with possession and trafficking in drugs—he received a Major Drug Offender designation. If convicted, he faced a mandatory 10-year prison sentence with the MDO designation.

Although our client had some criminal activity in his past, we worked to prove the drug charges were much too steep, given his involvement and the prosecution’s evidence. Through discovery, we found there were some issues with the investigation.

Using statements from other people involved in the case and body camera footage provided by law enforcement, we were able to convince the prosecutor to reduce charges to a probational offense, which was preferable to a lengthy prison sentence.

In the end, our client had a minimal fine to pay, a year of probation, and the knowledge that he dodged a severe prison sentence thanks to our diligence.

 

Not Guilty Ruling Won in Hamilton County Permitting Drug Abuse Case

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We recently had a client accused of permitting drug abuse, a first-degree misdemeanor, the first blemish on his clean record.

The prosecution alleged our client had allowed someone to use his vehicle to commit a felony drug offense. Our client was adamant he was only trying to help this person out and had no knowledge of the drug use.

Through discovery, we found the evidence supported our client’s story, but the prosecution still said he committed the offense. He faced six months in jail and fines up to $1,000.

After a bench trial, our client was found not guilty and was acquitted of all charges.

 

Cincinnati DUI Reduced to Reckless Op

Category: Criminal Defense

We recently assisted a young graduate in Hamilton County, when a Cincinnati DUI put his new career at risk.

After a night out, our client was pulled over for suspected impaired driving. He submitted to a breath test, which showed him to be well over the legal limit . This led to him being charged with OVI and an initial license suspension.

As a new employee in the financial industry, our client was nervous about the effect a suspension would have on his career. Attorney Groene acted quickly to get him driving privileges and began reviewing the case.

We found multiple discrepancies in how the field sobriety tests and breath tests were conducted and presented our findings to the prosecution. After filing a motion to suppress the improper evidence against our client, the prosecution agreed to reduce the charges to reckless operation of a vehicle.

This kept a DUI off the young man’s record and after completing a driver intervention program, he could retain his license and saw no negative consequences at work.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in your case. Individual results may vary based on the facts, injuries, jurisdiction, venue, witnesses, parties, and other factors. The results and client testimonials provided are not necessarily representative of the results obtained by all clients or their satisfaction with the firm’s services.

 

Not Guilty Verdict in Uber Driver Assault Case

Category: Assault and Battery

When an Uber driver accused a woman in Hamilton County of assault , attorney Brad Groen worked to protect her.

Aside from the normal penalties, the woman had a federal job and any crime involving violence would have severe ramifications on her career. A conviction could even lead to termination.

Attorney Brad Groene examined the evidence and presented a dashcam video that clearly contradicted the Uber driver’s allegations. The prosecutor took a firm stance, and the matter went to trial.

By presenting our client’s lack of any prior criminal record and the video of what actually happened, the judge quickly issued a not guilty verdict. This outcome protected the woman’s job, her record, and gave her the option to completely expunge the charge .

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in your case. Individual results may vary based on the facts, injuries, jurisdiction, venue, witnesses, parties, and other factors. The results and client testimonials provided are not necessarily representative of the results obtained by all clients or their satisfaction with the firm’s services.

 

Not Guilty Verdict in Butler County Professor’s Trial

Category: Assault and Battery

We recently helped a woman in Butler County when criminal charges jeopardized her record, reputation, and career.

Our client was a professor at Miami University and decided to ship some documents at her local UPS store. While in line, she got into an argument with another female customer.

Apparently, things got heated, and the other customer alleged that our client threatened to kill her. This led to the police charging her with criminal menacing . While our client admitted to arguing with the woman, she adamantly denied making any violent threat.

This, unfortunately, led to some unfavorable press coverage and trouble with her job. But, our client wanted to prove her innocence. As a result, we took the case to trial and presented evidence and testimony about the incident.

After a trial that lasted only a few hours, the judge found our client not guilty. This preserved her reputation, kept her record free of a criminal conviction, and made her eligible to have the entire incident expunged.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in your case. Individual results may vary based on the facts, injuries, jurisdiction, venue, witnesses, parties, and other factors. The results and client testimonials provided are not necessarily representative of the results obtained by all clients or their satisfaction with the firm’s services.

 
★★★★★
Bradley Groene made an exceptionally difficult situation much easier to handle. He kept me informed of everything that was going to happen and got results for my case far better than I could have hoped for. I would highly recommend him for anyone who finds themselves in legal troubles.

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