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Thomas Thomas has been a practicing Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney for nearly 30 years and is the founder of the Modern Law Firm in Springboro, Ohio, and a member of the Ohio State Bar.
Before entering private practice in 2003, Jeff served as an assistant district attorney in Warren County from 2001 to 2003. Before becoming a judge, he was the Assistant District Attorney for the Juvenile Court of Springboro, Ohio, and a member of the Ohio State Bar Association's Committee on Civil Litigation. He is an active member and former Assistant Probate Court Clerk in Springfield, Ohio, and is currently in the third year of his return to Warren County probate and juvenile court. I am responsible for the direction of the Juvenile Court Office and for supervising the daily and daily documents.
He is a member of the Ohio Court Administrators Association and sits on various committees in the District. He is also a board member of the Warren County Board of Education and an active member and chairman of both the Juvenile Court and the Probate Court Advisory Committee.
Laura holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Law from the University of Ohio School of Law and a Master of Applied Law from Ohio State University. She was an active member of the Ohio Bar Association and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Megan graduated from Dayton University in 2009 and earned the highest grade in her Individual Income Taxation class. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Law and a Master of Applied Law from Ohio State University. In 2016, Megan joined the Youth Division of the Crown Prosecution Service and has prosecuted more than 2,000 cases of juvenile justice in the Springboro Police Department. Megan has also prosecuted juvenile and adult offenses at the city court level, dealing with cases such as domestic violence, child abuse, drug possession and drug trafficking.
In 2004, she was appointed to the Warren County Probate and Juvenile Courts and in 1992 Marvin Young hired her to his law firm Young & Hubbell, which had worked in real estate and estate for 11 years. Sue began her career in banking, working for seven years as a dishwasher, accountant and mortgage manager and as an accountant for mortgage managers.
Before joining the court, Judge Duvelius was deputy district attorney in Warren County for 15 years. Andrew was deputy prosecutor in the Office of the Attorney General, first assigned to the Youth Chamber and then to the Juvenile Court. He was appointed First Assistant Attorney General and prosecuted many high-profile cases, working in and outside the Attorney General's office. Megan joined the company in 2003 and practiced juvenile and family law at a small law firm in Mason, Ohio.
Hiring a criminal defense attorney who has a good relationship with the prosecutor can help to determine the outcome of your case. While private attorneys cost more than public defenders, hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney can give you a better chance of achieving more favorable outcomes.
We are trying to build a good relationship with the prosecutor so that we understand the impact that good relations can have on your case.
Through our long experience in private legal practice, as well as our experience with the state of Ohio and the federal government, we have developed a comprehensive knowledge of the criminal justice system.
Thus, a good relationship defense lawyers and prosecutors usually facilitate the negotiation of possible penalties, which can lead to a better outcome. It can also be helpful to discuss the issue of fees with your lawyer to understand the cost of a criminal defense attorney's services and his expertise. Criminal defense lawyers understand the impact an indictment can have on your life, and they can use this to minimize the risk of making mistakes that could jeopardize your defense.
A handful of states do not allow lawyers to publish such summaries of cases. Of course, we advise you to consult your lawyer first, but we offer free case assessments so you can discuss your case with a lawyer before making any financial commitments.
If the police search you or seize your property in violation of the Fourth Amendment, your attorney may challenge the admission of evidence. If the police have not properly informed you of your Fifth Amendment right of silence, or if the police have searched and confiscated property, you and your attorney may challenge the admission of statements made during your arrest.