Just a normal Tuesday in the life of a criminal defense attorney. Having practiced criminal defense law in Northern Kentucky and Ohio for nearly 20 years, I feel that my life is far from boring.
My morning started with arraignments for a client charged with second offense DUI and another client accused of child abuse, assault 4th degree. As this process has only begun, discovery will be retrieved prior to any potential trial or resolution. These cases are set for pretrial conferences in about a month.
Next on the list of court appearances was a Clermont County case involving the trafficking of 320 pounds of marijuana. Of immediate concern is the proof required so that my client may be able to avoid forfeiture of his vehicle. This case should move closer to resolution in a few weeks.
In the meantime, I maintain and write a blog.
The last part of my day is scheduled to meet with the mother of a minor child accused of bank robbery. This may include juvenile matters, transfer from juvenile to adult court and negotiations and possibly trial. With a case of this type there are many twists and turns which it may make prior to resolution.
If you have an interesting criminal charge or defense, contact Bouldin Law Firm to discuss consultation and inquire about fees and rates. Call Emily to schedule at Emily@bouldinlawfirm.com or call at 859-581-6453 (581-MIKE).