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Ohio Expungement Eligibility

Expungement Eligibility

Here at the Law Offices of Christopher Jackson, we often receive phone calls from people who have conducted their own research and are confused as to what convictions can, or cannot be, expunged.

Ohio law allows for ONE felony conviction or, ONE felony and ONE misdemeanor conviction, or TWO misdemeanor convictions if they are the ONLY offenses on their records.

Almost all dismissed cases are eligible for expungement.

Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code, and decisions from Ohio courts applying the expungement statute, several exclusions exist which may disqualify an individual from an expungement and sealing of their record.


Mediation in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati is typically a meeting between the parties, their lawyers and a mediator. A mediator is usually someone trained in handling disputes and most are former judges. Most courts require that the parties attempt to settle the case at mediation before the court will even give them a trial date.

Drowsy Driving

Sleepiness causes more than 5,500 traffic deaths a year and is a factor in nearly 17 percent of all fatal crashes, according to a new analysis of federal data.

 The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released data from 1999 through 2008 which found a much higher prevalence of drowsy driving in deadly crashes than earlier studies.

If you were bitten by a Dog

If you were bitten by a dog, you may be able to sue the dog owner for the injuries that you have sustained. Sometimes, a settlement is reached without the need to file a lawsuit. However, there are times when you will have to file a lawsuit and sue the owner to recover the full compensation eligible to you. If you have been bitten by a dog, you will need to contact personal injury lawyer, Christopher Jackson to assist you in moving forward.

Kentucky Personal Injury Lawyer

Kentucky Personal Injury Lawyer

A personal injury lawyer is an attorney who provides those who have been injured due to the wrong doing or negligence of an organization or a person withpersonal-injury-lawyer-in-kentucky-300x199.jpg legal representation. A personal injury attorney possesses knowledge in a specific area of law referred to as "tort law." 

I Was Hit by a Car on my Bike in Kentucky

Call the Police

When the police arrive, tell them what happened and tell them how badly you are injured and ask for ambulance if you are seriously injured. If you are injured, do not say that "you are ok," the insurance company will try and use that against later even thought you really were hurt. Due to the adrenaline coursing through your body after the accident, you may not feel the pain until a few hours later. 


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