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Two Counts of Felony Burglary Dismissed

Updated: November 29, 2019
Antony Abboud
By Antony Abboud

Antony “Tony” Abboud is a partner and one of the proud founders of Gounaris Abboud, LPA. His law career included positions as a municipal court prosecutor and acting magistrate. He has been blessed to focus his 20-year law career in the two areas of criminal and traffic defense.

When you are charged with a serious felony you want to rest assured that you have a chance to avoid your charges. Whether you have been charged with a murder a burglary or a DUI you want a lawyer to come alongside you and advocate for you in court. You may need this attorney to negotiate with the prosecution or prove why you don’t deserve the accusations that you have received.

In the past, a client came to our firm having been charged with two counts of burglary. Both of these charges were 3 rd degree felonies which carry a 1-5 year prison sentence. As well, our client may have had to pay exorbitant fines, deal with marks on his criminal record, and serve in community service. With so many punishments awaiting this client, there was a lot of serious logistics to work through.

At our firm, we were able to arrange a meeting with the prosecution and discuss the lack of evidence in the case. We showed why we did not believe that our client was guilty of the charges and why this client should not need to spend time in prison for a crime that could not be proven. Eventually, the prosecution capitulated, and admitted that they would dismiss all charges against our client. This means that our client was able to walk away from the case without any sentence because the court chose to abandon prosecution.

If you have been charged with a felony like burglary, getting the right lawyer can make or break your case. If you are located in Ohio, then you need to consider hiring Gounaris Abboud, LPA to help you. These criminal defense lawyers seek the best for their clients in every situation, and want to help you to avoid the serious punishments that can come from being charged with a felony. Talk to these Dayton Criminal Defense attorneys today for more information!

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