Attorney John P. Gresh works closely with each client to understand the details of your case. He then formulates an effective strategy to mitigate the damage of a criminal charge. In some cases, charges may be reduced or dropped altogether.
The stakes are high in criminal cases. A conviction can mean fines or lengthy jail time. A criminal conviction may even jeopardize your ability to get a job or your personal relationships. That is why it is essential to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible if you have been charged with a crime.
Attorney John P. Gresh will work tirelessly to answer your questions, explain your options, and protect your rights. He will keep you informed and provide high-quality legal counsel every step of the way.
The legal framework of your business is very important. Whether you are starting a new business or altering an old one, Attorney John P. Gresh can help you make sure your entity formation, and governing documents can support your operation and protect you from liability.
There are a variety of mistakes that are easy to fall into when choosing the type of formation and drafting your business’s governing documents. These mistakes can cause division within the business itself and may even put your personal assets at risk.
An experienced attorney can add value to an existing business and protect you during your business development.
Attorney John P. Gresh can help you choose the best business formation for you, draft your governing documents, file these documents with the state, and advise you on common issues and practices.
He also has experience with non-profits and can help you obtain your tax-exempt status!
In the state of Ohio, it is illegal to operate a vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicating substance, such as alcohol or another drug. If you violate this law, you may be charged with an OVI, which stands for “operating a vehicle under the influence.” You may also hear this charge referred to as a DUI, which stands for “driving under the influence.”
If you fail a blood, breath or urine test, or if you refuse to submit to a test, you will most likely be charged with an OVI. Depending on your past history and the severity of your offense, you may face a number of different penalties, including:
Time in jail
Mandatory participation in a driver intervention program
Yellow DUI plates
Mandatory Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM) bracelet.
The severity of your penalties is heavily dependent on your criminal history. For example, people who are convicted of a third OVI offense will typically pay higher fines and spend more time in jail than people who were convicted of a first or second OVI offense.
Developing and protecting your intellectual property is crucial. While original works of authorship enjoy copyright status the instant they are created, they will need to be registered for full access to federal protection.
We can help you with everything from Trademark Searches and Reporting to Copyright Registration and Renewal.
There are many areas of the law and it can be difficult to list every area where we can help you. If you didn’t find what you’re looking for we still might be able to help, if we can’t, we will point you to someone that can.
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