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America's most common crime is a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated). But did you know that "drinking and driving" is...
Listen to Lisa discuss DUI/OVI with Marc Amazon on 700 WLW radio.
If you have recently been arrested for drunk driving, the answer to this question depends on your situation. For instance, if this is your first DUI o...
DUI: Driving Under the InfluenceDUI is an acronym for Driving Under the Influence. It is the offense of operating a motor vehicle in a physically or m...
In the scarcity of today's job market, being accused of DUI / DWI can be devastating... How DUI Affects Finding New Employment If your driver's histor...
Foreign countries limit entry to anyone who has been convicted of a crime, including a DUI / DWI conviction. While over 96% of drunk driving convictio...
A conviction for a Kentucky DUI has grave and long-lasting repercussions. If you are arrested for drunk driving (DUI or DWI) in Kentucky, you risk: Lo...
Driving while intoxicated is a serious offense in Ohio. If you are arrested for drunk driving in Ohio there will be two separate proceedings regarding...
It is of the utmost importance that you refrain from talking to anyone without your attorney present when being investigated in Kentucky or Ohio. One ...
Criminal investigation cases in Kentucky or Ohio often require reciprocal private investigation in order to build a solid defense. Any attorney who do...
As an attempt to serve in the best interest of the child, the juvenile justice system treats youth much differently than adults. For instance, when an...
Youth tried in the adult criminal court face the same penalties as adults including the death penalty or life without parole. Subsequently they will r...
When young people are tried as adults in criminal court, they face the same penalties as adults. This includes the death penalty or life without parol...
White collar crime is defined as illegal financial gain without the use of violence. The term broadly encompasses financial crimes such as: antitrust ...
Where a person has been trusted to protect and/or manage money or property, and those things entrusted are misappropriated by that person, this consti...
The two distinct forms of supervision after sentencing are known as parole and probation: Parole is the release from a correctional facility after an ...
Shock probation and split sentencing generally refer to a sentence for a term of years, but after a brief period served, the offender is released to s...
Any conditional release such as probation can be revoked if the conditions governing that release are violated or if a new crime is committed during t...
When an "offender" is granted parole in Kentucky, he or she is released from the institution to serve the remainder of the sentence in the community. ...
If a parolee has violated the conditions of his or her release, parole may be revoked. Some common violations of parole in Kentucky are: Technical vio...
Weighing individual characteristics of each case and inmate, Ohio looks at the following list of considerations, factors, and indicators in order to d...
In the event of a parole violation in Ohio, the law provides that a parolee can be arrested by any parole officer without a warrant. The Ohio law stat...
Homicide is defined as the act of killing another human being. Criminal homicide, or unlawful killing, is when a person causes the death of another pu...
Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being which consists of the following two component parts: 1. actus reus: the act of killing a person ...
Manslaughter is a legal term for the killing of a human being in a manner considered less culpable than murder. The culpability is based on the mens r...
Manslaughter is a legal term for the killing of a human being in a manner considered less culpable than murder. The culpability is based on the mens r...
According to Black's Law Dictionary (the most widely-used law dictionary in the United States) the term "aggravation" means "any circumstance attendin...
According to Black's Law Dictionary (the most widely-used law dictionary in the United States) the term "aggravation" means "any circumstance attendin...
While Kentucky law addresses vehicular homicide under its manslaughter statutes, Ohio has specific law on the subject. Ohio's statute on "aggravated v...
Reckless homicide, quite simply, is the killing of another person by a reckless act. A "reckless" act occurs when a person consciously disregards his ...
Negligent homicide is a criminal charge brought against those who allow other people to die due to criminal negligence. Criminal negligence is defined...
The "Black Mark" of Sex Crime Charges Being accused and convicted of sex crimes can destroy your life in many ways: Your reputation is harmed with reg...
The definition of pornography varies from state to state. For example, Kentucky law on pornography describes it as obscene matter with regards to its ...
Child Pornography, the visual portrayal of sexual conduct or lewd exhibition of the pubic area of or involving a minor, is considered to be a crime. B...
Since the Internet is international, a standard set of laws have not yet been defined with regards to the distribution, purchase, or possession of Int...
Importuning means simply the solicitation of minors for sexual purposes, regardless of whether one is aware of the minor's true age or not. When you a...
While this crime is usually deemed a misdemeanor, indecent exposure is a sex crime. Conviction for indecent exposure will result in a criminal record ...
Criminal child enticement involves the attempt to entice, lure, tempt, or persuade any child to enter, leave, or stay in any building, vehicle, or pla...
Child abuse, in many states, includes physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment, exploitation, etc., and each subset has its ow...
When convicted of certain sex crimes, you may be required to register as a sex offender. Failure to register can result in criminal charges with sever...
Sexual Harassment is considered illegal (under both Kentucky, Ohio, and Federal law) when employer decisions (such as whether to promote, hire, fire, ...
Gross sexual imposition essentially means the act of causing someone to have sex against their will with someone other than the one charged with the i...
The sex crime of "rape" typically refers to unwanted sexual intercourse or conduct committed by either physical force, threat of force, drug impairmen...
Having sexual intercourse with an individual below the legal age of consent is called statutory rape and is punishable by law. The legal age of consen...
"Date Rape" (sometimes referred to as "Acquaintance Rape") is a nonlegal term that indicates forcible sexual intercourse between two people who have a...
"Marital Rape" charges indicate that the victim of the alleged rape was the spouse of the accused offender. Ohio law states that if the offender and t...
Prostitution laws in Ohio and Kentucky make it a crime to offer, profit from, permit, agree to or engage in a sexual act in exchange for compensation....
Pandering, also known as pimping, is the crime of recruiting prostitutes or of arranging a situation for another to practice prostitution. It can also...
Have you been accused of drug trafficking, drug possession, drug abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia, deception to obtain dangerous drugs, cultiva...
Drug trafficking is a violation that includes selling, intent to sell, distributing, manufacturing, or cultivating a drug or drugs classified as a con...
Kentucky has tough laws on illegal drugs and is most severe when it comes to trafficking controlled substances. Kentucky and Federal Drug Schedules S...
If you have been charged with possession of a controlled substance in Ohio, regardless of whether this is a first time experience with the Ohio crimin...
Kentucky does not take drug offenses lightly. Possession of even a small amount of illegal drugs carry large fines and can even land you in jail. Kent...
Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Serving KY & OH Have you been falsely accused of a crime in Kentucky or Ohio? If so, you may be asking yourself...
"Know the enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles you will never peril." - Sun Tzu, The Art of War This classic excerpt from "The Art of War" is...
The Code of Professional Responsibility, adopted by all states, maintains that lawyers must remain proficient in their work. Continuing legal educatio...
Lisa Wenzel Wells received specialized training at the Death Penalty College, a unique program presented by Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College in W...
In the state of Ohio, only lawyers who are qualified and registered by the Ohio Supreme Court may defend an indigent person in death penalty cases. T...
Lisa is not only an extremely caring person as an individual, she also cares about her clients personally. She is a very bright woman, whom is extrem...
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