Drug charges call for criminal defense strategy for 2 in Ohio

Facing criminal charges is a situation most people want to avoid. Even if they are participating in questionable activity, they likely hope that police will not charge them with crimes. Of course, this outcome is not always what happens, and many people find themselves in need of a criminal defense due to facing drug charges or other allegations.

It was recently reported that two people in Ohio are facing this type of ordeal. Apparently, authorities went to a residence and conducted a search. The report did not mention whether the officers had a search warrant or what may have raised suspicions about the residence in the first place. Nonetheless, officers reportedly uncovered oxycodone, methamphetamine and a suspicious powder that was sent for lab testing.

The two individuals were reported as being a 33-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman. The woman is charged with two counts of drug possession. The man is accused of drug possession and was also indicted on a warrant for his arrest regarding endangering children. It was noted that more charges were being considered.

These individuals certainly did not want to end up in this situation, but now, they must make the best out of it. In their efforts to do so, it may be wise for them to gather information regarding the charges brought against them and their separate options for creating criminal defense presentations. This type of scenario is difficult but certainly not impossible to handle, and these Ohio residents may want to stay positive as their cases move forward.

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