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The Low Down on Even More White Collar Crimes

We’ve been examining white collar crimes, which are crimes that are committed mainly for monetary gain. Furthermore, since frequent white collar crimes involve financials, these tend to be perpetrated by businessmen and businesswomen — those whom you normally wouldn’t think of when you think of crimes. The term came into use in the late 1930s… read more

The Low Down on More White Collar Crimes

In our last blog post, we introduced you to white collar crimes and how Probst Law Office in Columbus can help. In this blog post, we’ll go over even more white collar crimes and how Probst Law Office, a top-notch criminal defense attorney, can help. Contact us today for a free consultation! MORE WHITE COLLAR… read more

The Low Down on White Collar Crimes

For some reason, white collar crimes aren’t seen as severe as say, other criminal charges, such as DUI, sex assaults, or assault and battery. Yet, white collar crimes can have far-reaching consequences for the victims, often consequences that can affect the very livelihood of the victims. Bernie Madoff has become the quintessential example of a… read more

Why You Need to Know About Ohio DUI Checkpoint Laws

You plan an evening out with friends. Your group hits a few bars before heading home. And on the way home, you find yourself driving up to a DUI checkpoint. Your stomach slams into your throat. Your passengers start to voice their concerns. And you decide to play it cool. You probably know how DUI… read more

The Surprising Truth About Minors Drinking Alcohol in Ohio

During football season, your home is the go-to spot for your friends to gather and watch the Buckeyes battle, hopefully, to another National Championship. While you watch the games, you and your friends enjoy food, snacks, jokes, stories, and a few beers. You always have a hearty selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to keep… read more

What Is A Criminal Trial?

You’re facing criminal charges. You’ve been through your preliminary hearings. You didn’t take the deal the district attorney offered. Now, you’re going to trial. The ultimate goal in a criminal trial is for the jury to find “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the defendant committed the crimes they are being accused of. A trial is… read more

What Is A Plea Hearing?

What does it mean when you potentially stand trial for the crimes you committed? Your lawyer has talked to you about plea hearings, trials, sentences, and more, but you’re not entirely sure which is the best route for you. While the criminal defense attorneys at Probst Law Offices in Columbus Ohio cannot give you legal… read more

Probst Law Offices in Columbus Ohio supression hearing blog post

What Are Suppression Hearings?

As an individual facing criminal charges, you may feel anxious, nervous, or downright terrified. This is why the Probst Law Offices in Columbus wants to share one more piece to the criminal defense process so that you can remain informed. Knowing how the process works may bring you some peace of mind. In this article,… read more

Probst Law Offices in Columbus pretrial hearing blog post

What Are Pretrial Hearings?

Here at the Probst Law Offices in Columbus, we want to continue our series on the criminal defense process. As a criminal defense attorney, we want you to understand how the process works so that you can better interact with your attorney and pursue a desirable outcome. When you face criminal charges, you may feel… read more