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Choosing the Right Criminal Defense Attorney is Critical.
Disagreements among loved ones are common. Unfortunately, when law enforcement gets involved matters often go beyond what any of the parties desire. In Ohio, there is a policy that an arrest should be made if law enforcement determines there was a “primary aggressor.” It is all too common that law enforcement assumes that the male is the primary aggressor. It is important to have a lawyer familiar with unfair law enforcement assumptions and how to overcome them. Read more >
Possession, cultivation, distribution, trafficking, and other offenses related to controlled substances can result in severe penalties which may include mandatory prison time. There can also be collateral effects to your finances, personal property, and even ability to drive. Read more >
Violent crimes such as assault, robbery, and murder often result in charges that carry severe and long-lasting penalties. Depending upon the severity of the allegations, you could face a significant prison term. These cases are treated very seriously by law enforcement and therefore, require an equally determined defense. Read more >
Whether you are culpable or not, the mere allegation of a sex offense can be devastating. More than any other crime, people accused of a sex offense are treated as guilty before even going to court. Accusations can be highly subjective. Victim perception, witness observations, and forensic evidence (such as rape kits or DNA tests) can all be interpreted in different ways. It is important to hire a criminal defense attorney who has conducted sex offense trials and knows how to effectively combat law enforcement tactics. Read more >
Depending on the circumstances of your case, as well as the value of the items you’re charged with taking, you could face years in prison, fines, and other penalties. These are cases that require highly experienced representation. As a former Prosecutor, I know the tactics that are used to try to convict you. I fight for your freedom and reputation. Read more >
Probation terms can be very intrusive and may seem to ensure failure. A probation officer’s belief that you are in violation is not the final word. Even if you have violated probation or failed to report, there are often actions that can be taken to minimize penalties and avoid incarceration. Like most things, it is best to address the situation before being arrested. Read more >
Our office is 3 minutes from downtown Columbus, in the Brewery District. If your arrest prevents you from coming to us, we come to you.
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“I highly recommend Nathan to anybody in need of a defense attorney. He really helped a lot. He’s very professional and kind. I am very happy with the service he provided.”
“Thank you for a job well done. I appreciate that you took my calls and treated me with respect. I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done. I will recommend you to everyone I know.”
“My husband was facing serious jail time because of his prior DUI cases. Mr. Akamine encouraged him to get the help he needed in a treatment program and convinced the Prosecutor and Judge to allow him to do house arrest instead of jail. We can’t thank you enough sir.”
–Amy and John K.
“I didn’t hire a lawyer for my first DUI. That was a mistake. Mr. Akamine goes above and beyond. Lawyer of the year in my option. I’ll never go anywhere else for my legal issues.”
“Mr. Akamine represented my son several times in the past. He recommended the best actions to take in court and he truly cared about us. I called often and Mr. Akamine always was able to make me feel better about my son’s situation. Thank you, thank you.“