HAROLD GUYNN V. STATE OF OHIO – SUMMIT COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER CV 2016-06-2640
Harold was convicted of attempting to commit burglary, in Stark County, Ohio. Harold wanted his firearm rights restored. After Wesley’s involvement and filing a petition to restore Harold’s rights; the Court held a hearing. As a result of that hearing, the Court restored Harold’s firearm rights.
STATE OF OHIO V. SHERMAN BARNETT – SUMMIT COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER CR 2016-02-0477 A
Sherman was indicted for felony theft from a person in a protected class. After researching the matter, Wesley demonstrated that Sherman’s conduct was not a criminal offense. The government dismissed the charges against Sherman as a result.
STATE OF OHIO V. ROCK BAILEY – PORTAGE COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER 2015 CR 00324
Rock was indicted for two counts of receiving stolen property; two counts of forgery; and, one count of attempted forgery, and theft. Rock could have been subjected to four years of prison. After Wesley set the matter for a jury trial; the government dismissed all of the charges against Rock.
STATE OF OHIO V. MEGAN MULLINS – PORTAGE COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER 2017 CR 00790
Megan was charged with felony drug possession, subjecting her to a possible prison term of one year. After Wesley took up her case; the government dismissed the case against Megan.
STATE OF OHIO V. JOHN WISE – BELMONT COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER 2017 CR 106
John was indicted with felonious assault, subjecting him to a possible prison term of eight years. After Wesley began working John’s case plea negotiations ensued. As a result, John was sentenced to probation and no prison time.
STATE OF OHIO V. DANIELLE MORROW – STOW MUNICIPAL COURT CASE NUMBER 2016 TRC 07039
Danielle was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence; failure to control; and, marked lanes violations. After Wesley’s hard work and effort, operating a motor vehicle under the influence was dismissed with prejudice.
STATE OF OHIO V. ALEXANDER MASTROBERTI – CUYAHOGA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS CASE NUMBER CR 15-593679-A
Alex was indicted for felony gambling with a maximum penalty of twelve months in prison. After Wesley’s involvement on the case, the charge was amended to a misdemeanor of the first degree and Alex was sentenced to only two months of probation.
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