Man Charged With Felonious Assault Of A Police Officer Found Not Guilty

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A man in his late 30s from northern Ohio was charged with 1st-degree felonious assault on a police officer stemming from a traffic stop. The man, having a number of prior criminal convictions and jail sentences on his record, was involved in an altercation with the officer and allegedly caused him bodily harm. In the state of Ohio, a 1st-degree felony is the highest level or criminal charge other than a capital offense. Clearly concerned about the serious nature of this offense and the possible penalties, the man relied on criminal defense attorney Troy Wisehart of Kademenos, Wisehart, Hines, Dolyk & Wright Co. LPA in this court-appointed case.

Attorney Wisehart fought to ensure that the felonious assault charge would not negatively affect the man’s future — including what seemed like an inevitable jail sentence. Using his 25 years of criminal defense experience, Wisehart was able to secure a not guilty verdict for his client, who was thrilled with the outcome.

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