As a former prosecuting attorney, Steven Adams has the ability to see both sides of an OVI, DUI, or other criminal case in Ohio or Kentucky—including what it takes to get an acquittal. Learn more about the challenges, evidence, and legal factors involved in your criminal defense.
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Fighting Domestic Violence Charges When You Have Prior ConvictionsOffenders can be charged with felony domestic violence in Ohio if they have prior convictions for domestic violence on their criminal records.
You Could Lose Custody of Your Kids After a Domestic Violence Conviction in OhioDomestic violence may change the outcome of a child custody case. An Ohio criminal defense attorney explains parental restrictions after assault charges.
Actions That Can Lead to Charges of Domestic Violence in OhioCould you be charged with domestic violence in Ohio just for threatening someone? A criminal defense attorney explains when you may be arrested.
Why You Should Follow Temporary Protection Orders After Being Accused of Domestic ViolenceIf you have been charged with domestic violence in Ohio, it is vital that you follow the restrictions in a protection order until your criminal case is over.