Student Charged with Marijuana Possession Avoids Drug ConvictionCategory: Criminal Defense
A 21-year old college student at the University of Cincinnati was charged with possession of marijuana in Clermont County, OH. The young man helped his mom at a veterinary clinic and was a good student, but after he made a mistake and received a ticket for marijuana possession, Cincinnati drug defense attorney Brad Groene was contacted. Getting caught with marijuana was a nerve wracking and frightening experience for his client and his family, but attorney Groene worked diligently to defend his client against the drug offense charge he was facing.
After speaking with prosecutors, attorney Groene succeeded in reducing the charges against his client, dropping the drug offense charge to a simple misdemeanor for disorderly conduct. No mandatory license suspension was received and the 21-year old college student walked away with paying only a simple fine.
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