Juvenile Attorney – Delaware, Ohio
If your child has been charged with a criminal offense in the Delaware, Ohio, it is important to hire legal counsel. Contact Attorney David Johnson of Johnson Legal, LLC at (614) 987-0192 to review your case and discuss with you how to proceed. As an experienced and dedicated criminal defense attorney, he will be with you and your child at the first court appearance (called an “arraignment”) and attempt to have the case dismissed.
In the event that the charges are not dropped, a pretrial hearing will be conducted. At this time, Attorney Johnson will decide if motions needs to be filed, such as suppressing certain pieces of evidence, and negotiate with the prosecution regarding a possible plea agreement.
If a plea agreement is not reached, or you decline to accept it, a motion hearing may be scheduled. This allows your attorney to challenge any potential issues with the case, such as the police officer lacking probable cause or not advising your child of his or her Miranda rights. If the case is not resolved yet, a trial will be scheduled. At trial, Attorney Johnson will vigorously defend your child. However, if you are found guilty, Attorney Johnson will seek all avenues available that will allow your child to avoid jail or prison.
Delaware, Ohio – Where Will Your Child’s Case Be Heard?
Where is the Delaware County Common Pleas Court Located?
Delaware County Common Pleas Court is located at 140 N. Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015. Refer to the map below for further directions.
Delaware, Ohio Juvenile Defense Attorney
If your child has been charged with a criminal offense in Delaware, Ohio, contact Johnson Legal, LLC and speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Attorney David Johnson of Johnson Legal, LLC will discuss your child’s case and assist you in fighting the charges. Call (614) 987-0192 or send an email to schedule a consultation regarding your child’s case.
Mark Corroto – Prosecutor
70 North Union Street
70 N Union St
Delaware Ohio Fire Department
99 South Liberty