Alleged crime spree puts man in need of criminal defense

In many cases, those on the outside of a situation will not know what was going through another individual's mind when he or she carried out certain actions. Nonetheless, if those actions put others in harm's way or break the law, it is likely that criminal charges will result. The accused person may then want to use a criminal defense presentation to protect his legal rights and fight for a just outcome.

One man in Ohio is likely focused on his defense options after his recent arrest. According to reports, the man robbed or attacked multiple people and committed 10 felonies and two misdemeanors over the course of 21 minutes. The alleged crimes all took place within one block between 9:54 p.m. and 10:15 p.m.

He allegedly robbed five homes, threw a rock at a cab after attempting to enter it,  and swung a screwdriver at a bus driver after getting on the bus. Authorities went to the area after receiving multiple calls, and the man was taken into custody. He is currently facing charges for aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary, aggravated menacing and felonious assault. 

What caused this man to allegedly carry out these actions is unclear. However, more information may come to light as his case proceeds. He may find it useful to become more knowledgeable on his criminal defense options and how he may be able to effectively safeguard his legal rights. Often, the story of an arrest in the news media turns out to be inaccurate. Utilizing local Ohio legal resources during this time may be in his best interests.

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