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    • Judicial Release In Time For Summer

      I have been getting a lot of telephone calls inquiring about judicial release -- and specifically the question: "can he/she be out in time for summer?" The answer is yes and no. In order for a successful judicial release motion to be granted, it takes time. While we can 'rush' a judicial release motion into being filed, the legal system still takes time to work. Once a motion is filed, it will go ...
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    • Akron Municipal Court Closes Early Today

      Akron Municipal Court has announced that it is closing early today. Per the Court's website , the Court will close at noon. This is due to the extreme heat and a broken air conditioning unit. You should contact your attorney or the Court to find out if your case is rescheduled.
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    • Another Dismissal, Another Excellent Result for a VanHo Law Client

      Once again, VanHo Law was able to put Attorney Adam VanHo 's experience to work for one of our clients. In State v. E.S. , we were able to help a Stow man get hit skip charges against him dismissed. In the case, following an accident, the client who panicked after an accident for which he was not at fault. The driver returned to his house, contacted a suburban police department, and then returned ...
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    • Case Dismissed: More Excellent Results In Court

      Once again, VanHo Law's experience and hard work helped get charges dismissed against one of our clients. In State v. A.V. , an Akron father was charged in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas with Kidnapping and two counts of Gross Sexual Imposition . The allegations stemmed from an alleged incident from several years ago, and the client was facing up to seventeen years in prison. Throughout ...
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    • Spring is Finally Here!

      Spring is finally here! After a long, cold winter, spring has finally sprung. Our favorite meteorologists have predicted that we will finally hit the 80s, and that the flowers will be popping out shortly. Spring also represents an opportunity to review your business's direction. I often encourage my small business clients to reassess their situations every few months. This can be as simple as ...
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    • Defending Civil Protection Orders

      In the majority of Civil Protection Order cases, there is a legitimate reason for a court to issue a civil protection order. Civil protection orders can be powerful tools to help victims and law enforcement keep abusers away. They can also be used as a quick way to gain custody of minor children in an emergency situation and can provide a cooling off period for couples. Unfortunately, as evidenced ...
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    • Congratulations To The Newest Member Of Our Team!

      Congratulations to Ildi Szucs -- who is the newest member of our team at VanHo Law -- for passing the Ohio bar examination! Ildi comes to VanHo Law after having worked in a number of law firms in northeast Ohio. She also served as a Bailiff in the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas . She is a native of northeast Ohio and graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State ...
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    • Happy St. Patrick's Day!

      Wishing you a happy and safe St. Patrick's Day! Please remember that law enforcement will be out in full force today to enforce drunk driving laws If you or a loved one has an issue, please do not hesitate to contact VanHo Law at 330-653-8511 or submit a query here .
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    • Tip For Arraignments in Ohio Courts of Common Pleas

      I recently discovered a small issue with the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas . While downtown for a hearing, I heard a mother complain about the fact that her son had posted bond in a municipal court. However, the paperwork did not get sent downtown, meaning that the Common Pleas Court was not showing that bond had been posted. As a result of this, the mother had to go home and retrieve the ...
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    • Attorney Adam VanHo Featured On MyCase's Blog

      Attorney Adam VanHo was recently featured on's blog in an attorney profile . Take a look!
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    • Motions to Dismiss In Criminal Cases

      I often get clients and clients' family/girlfriends/boyfriends telling me "you need to file a Motion to Dismiss." Usually this is after someone in a jail or on the street told them their attorney isn't doing their job because the case is not dismissed -- and telling me that I need to file the motion immediately. As a general rule in Ohio, there is no such thing as a Motion to Dismiss. There are ...
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    • More Excellent Results In Court (Civil Version)

      A lot of times, I get people asking me "you only do criminal work, right?" The answer is no. VanHo Law also does a good deal of civil work, and has returned some excellent verdicts for our clients. The work week is only a day old, and before noon, we already achieved two excellent results for our clients. In the first case, a client of our firm's had been sued by her prior attorney for attorney's ...
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    • Success In Court In OVI Case Involving Client With Professional License

      This week, we had a successful result for an out-of-state client with a professional background. She had been charged with an OVI where the officers had not observed her operating the vehicle. After going through the fact patterns and comparing the videos, Attorney VanHo was able to convince a 'law and order' prosecutor to severely reduce the charge. As a result of the plea, instead of facing ...
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    • Reminder: On President's Day, Courts, Governmental Agencies and Some Businesses Closed

      A friendly reminder that courts, government agencies and some businesses are closed today for the President's Day holiday! If you're looking for some fun Presidential trivia, click here , here or here .
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    • Why You Need To Have The Right Attorney Right Away

      I can't count the number of cases where I get calls from parents/spouses/significant-others who ask me to take on a case later into the game -- some as soon as a few days before a trial. In some of these cases, I can help. I have had a lot of success defending people Other times, I simply can not help the person. This can be for a wide variety of reasons, ranging from scheduling to not having ...
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