Criminal Defense Lawyer

What is a Bond Hearing?

Continuing our series on the criminal defense process, Columbus criminal defense attorney firm, Probst Law Office, covers part two which is bond hearings. When you are faced with a criminal charge, things can be scary, especially if you are completely unfamiliar with the process. That’s why we’ve created this series of blog posts. Being informed… read more

What is an Arraignment?

What is an Arraignment? As a Columbus criminal defense attorney, Probst Law Office places a high priority on helping our clients understand the criminal defense process. After all, knowing the process can not only help to alleviate your nerves, it also equips you with the knowledge you need to better work with your defense attorney.… read more

How to Deal with a Possession of Marijuana Charge in Ohio

As criminal defense attorneys in Columbus, we’ve dealt with a lot of marijuana possession charges. We also understand there are a lot of factors surrounding those charges. Officer and prosecutor motivation can play a large part in the criminal defense process, especially in drug cases. If you’ve been charged with marijuana possession in Ohio, this… read more

Expungement Law Process in Ohio

At Probst Law Office, Inc. we’ve been asked questions about criminal record expungement in Ohio, particularly what crimes are not eligible for expungement. As your Columbus Criminal Defense Attorney of choice, we want you to understand the legal process, particularly as it comes to the expungement of criminal convictions. Beginning the Process In order to… read more

How to Prepare for Your Criminal Defense Trial

If you have found yourself facing criminal charges, you may be wondering how the trial will go and you may be anxious about the pending outcome. If all of your trial preparation consists of binge-watching Hollywood-made law shows, you have good reason to be nervous about your upcoming trial. However, with a little guidance and… read more

Ohio Alcohol Laws For Minors

While the federal alcohol laws do not set a minimum legal drinking age or establish what constitutes underage, in 1984, Congress passed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act which would essentially force all states to raise their minimum drinking age to 21. Because the federal law allows states to make their own laws and regulations… read more

Possession of Methamphetamine: Help Through the Legal System in Ohio

Methamphetamine has historically been used in prescription medications to treat attention deficit disorder or for weight loss stimulation. Because it is a stimulant, methamphetamine causes a user to feel euphoric, energetic, and gives the user a sense of a job well done. Meth forces dopamine to flood the brain, making the user feel satisfied and… read more

Don’t Wait to Hire a Defense Lawyer

When you’re in need of a criminal defense attorney in Columbus, don’t wait to get the representation you need. Are you facing criminal charges? Whether you’re facing charges relating to a DUI, theft, a white collar crime or anything else, chances are, you’re going to need to find an experienced defense lawyer to represent you.… read more