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  • Judicial Release and Tax Refund Season

    I have had a lot of people calling to ask me about Judicial Release in the past few weeks. After discussing the initial facts of the case, including if their loved one is eligible to file for judicial release , we usually discuss finances. I have had a lot of people ask if they can use their tax refunds to pay for the judicial release. The answer is yes. As I tell people, the process of filing for ...
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  • Changes to Ohio Judcial Release Statute - What Even Some Judges and Attorneys Don't Know (Yet)

    A recent change to Ohio's Judicial Release Statute has gone unnoticed by many judges and attorneys. Under the new changes to Ohio law, offenders who are now sentenced to under two years of incarceration at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction can now file for judicial release once they arrive in the prison system. Prior to the changes, offenders had to serve at least thirty (30) ...
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  • Judicial Release for the Holidays

    The last couple of days, I have been getting a lot of telephone calls asking about applying for judicial release in time for the holidays. Unfortunately, I have had to tell a lot of people "it's too late for this year -- but we can start working to make sure they're home for the summer" The fact is that it takes several months of preparation to put together a successful judicial release motion. ...
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  • We've Grown and Moved (Again) ... about 50 feet.

    For those of you who remember, we had to move in December when a fire chased us out of our office in downtown Akron. As a result, we moved to historic downtown Hudson . Why Hudson? It was convenient to both our clients in Cleveland ( Cuyahoga ) and Akron ( Summit ) counties. Hudson also is linked to several freeways which make it able for us to easily serve clients in other counties in northeast ...
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  • Law Changes Regarding Judicial Release in Ohio

    Recent changes to Ohio's judicial release statutes may make it possible for incarcerated individuals to be released sooner than before. Under changes to the law, which can be found here , individuals applying for judicial release who were sentenced to prison terms of five or more years can now apply for judicial release after they have completed a certain amount of their prison sentence. This will ...
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  • BIG Changes Coming Soon!

    As you will notice in the upcoming weeks, Attorney Adam VanHo has formed his own law office. In the upcoming weeks, this website will be transformed (by our wonderful friends at Scorpion ) to VanHoLaw.com. We will continue to offer insight and analysis into the law, as well as provide you with information about the new VanHo Law! If you're looking for Attorney VanHo, his new office is in historic ...
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  • Summer is approaching. What you need to know about judicial release in Ohio.

    With the summer quickly approaching, I have received a lot of phone calls asking about how to apply for judicial release. As I often tell people, judicial release is a complicated process, and can often take at least two months to complete -- so the earlier the process begins, the sooner the potential release from prison. Judicial release, or early release, is the process by which convicted felons ...
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