Drug Defense Attorney – Union County, Ohio
If you have been charged with a drug offense in Union County, Ohio, it is important that you 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 drug defense attorney, Attorney Johnson will be with you at your first court appearance (called an “arraignment”) and attempt to have the case dismissed. In the event that the drug charges are not dropped, a pretrial hearing will be scheduled.
Depending upon what the particular drug charge is, and where it is heard, negotiations will begin with the prosecutor and evidence will be gathered to support your defense. If negotiations fail to produce a favorable plea agreement, your case will be set for trial. At trial, Attorney Johnson will vigorously defend you. However, if you are found guilty, Attorney Johnson will seek all avenues available that will allow you to avoid prison or jail.
Union County, Ohio – Where Will Your Case Be Heard?
Depending upon the location, type and level of drug-related offense that you are charged with, your case will be heard in Marysville Municipal Court or Union County Common Pleas Court. Misdemeanor drug offenses, such as marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia, will be heard in Marysville Municipal Court. Felony drug offenses, such as drug trafficking and illegal drug manufacture, will be heard in Union County Common Pleas Court.
Where are the Marysville Municipal Court and Union County Common Pleas Court Located?
Marysville Municipal Court is located at 1250 W 5th Street, Marysville, Ohio 43040. Union County Common Pleas Court is located at 215 W. 5th Street, Marysville, Ohio 43040. Refer to the following map below.
Union County, Ohio Drug Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with a drug offense in Union County, Ohio, contact Johnson Legal, LLC and speak with an experienced and dedicated criminal defense attorney. Attorney David Johnson of Johnson Legal, LLC will discuss your case and assist you in fighting the charges. Call (614) 987-0192 or send an email to schedule a consultation regarding your case.