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What can you do when your spouse is hiding assets?

Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Reasonable, levelheaded folk may revert to shady tactics to "win" the process. The fear of losing assets leads many people to conceal them during proceedings. But most attempts at hiding money prove unfruitful. Read the news...

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What NOT to do after a car accident

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Financial secrets can lead to divorce and impact its outcomes

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If you have been charged with possession of controlled substances or drug paraphernalia, you want an experienced and aggressive lawyer to protect your constitutional rights. The consequences of a conviction can be severe, including the loss of your job, loss of access to student loans or federal funding, fines and penalties, and even jail time. If you hire an attorney who is unwilling to fight for your rights or who doesn’t fully understand the criminal justice system, you could face a potentially ruinous result, which could haunt you for the rest of your life.

When you hire the law offices of Amy M. Levine & Associates, you’ll never have to worry about whether we will aggressively protect your constitutional rights. We’ll be on your side throughout the process, always seeking the best result. We are tough negotiators and can often work out a plea bargain that is in your best interests, but we are never afraid to take your case to trial to get the outcome you seek.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office or call us at 614-360-2942 in Columbus or 304-519-4354 in Huntington.

Columbus Drug Paraphernalia Defense Lawyer

We represent anyone who has been charged with possession of controlled substances or drug paraphernalia, including minors and college students. This also includes charges of intent to sell. We handle cases involving all types of drugs, from marijuana, cocaine and meth to heroin and prescription drugs. We protect the rights of people charged with possession of contraband items such as pipes, bowls, bongs or papers.

We know from experience that the penalties for possession of drug paraphernalia can often be more severe than for possession of controlled substances. You could be suspended from college or have a permanent blemish on your record, one that will show up every time a prospective employer does a background check.

When you have been charged with drug possession or possession of paraphernalia, we will conduct a thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances surrounding your arrest. Our criminal defense attorneys will examine the evidence to determine whether there was probable cause for any search, seizure or arrest and whether you were properly advised of your rights before you made any statements.

Contact The Law Office Of Amy M. Levine & Associates

For aggressive representation when charged with possession of controlled substances or drug paraphernalia, contact us online or call our offices at 614-360-2942 in Columbus or 304-519-4354 in Huntington. Your first consultation is free. Payment plans are available.

Criminal Defense

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

What can you do when your spouse is hiding assets?

Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Reasonable, levelheaded folk may revert to shady tactics to "win" the process. The fear of losing assets leads many people to conceal them during proceedings. But most attempts at hiding money prove unfruitful. Read the news...

Thinking about divorce? Talk to a lawyer sooner rather than later

People in difficult relationships often hope for the best. But is it wiser to prepare for the worst? Many partners think their situation will sort itself out. Others consider all the years they’ve had with their partner and believe their marriage can weather any...

Ohio has the second-highest opioid overdose rate

The opioid epidemic has plagued many states and the country as a whole for quite some time. Ohio is one of the states most affected by this crisis.In 2017, Ohio had over 4,200 overdoses related to opioids. This rate is almost three times the national average. One...

What NOT to do after a car accident

It’s winter in Ohio, so it’s an appropriate time of the year to discuss what to do in the case of an accident. Whether due to slick streets, distracted driving or a myriad of other reasons, the unfortunate truth is that most of us will be involved in at least one car...

Financial secrets can lead to divorce and impact its outcomes

Any type of lie or secret can be poison to a trusting relationship. However, lying about money can be one of the most dangerous types of deception for a marriage. Money problems are the second most common cause for divorce, just behind cheating on a...

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