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  • Indicted Doctor Gets Misdemeanors & No Probation

    Local doctor was arrested with felony & misdemeanor charges, worked out fair disposition involving all misdeameanors & medical license has been preserved.

  • All Charges Dropped

    $2.7M Cocaine Trafficking Indictment Dismissed - Our client was an arrested after Ohio State Patrol discovered nearly $3M worth of cocaine hidden in the sleeper berth of his semi truck. The truck ...

  • Avoids Conviction

    Our client, a 22 year old college student, was charged with one count marijuana cultivation and possession of drug paraphernalia. Our client was accused of growing twelve marijuana plants with the ...

  • All charges dropped except for possession of marijuana F5

    DRUG TRAFFICKING & ENGAGING IN PATTERN OF CORRUPT ACTIVITY - all charges dropped except for possession of marijuana F5. Our client was indicted for marijuana trafficking and engaging in a pattern of ...


    17 YEAR OLD’S FELONY DRUG CHARGES DISMISSED - our client was charged with felony drug possession. It turned out he was deeply addicted to Xanax. Mr. Koffel referred the family to Dr. Andy Erkis (Erkis ...

  • 5 Year Prison Term Avoided

    Mr. Koffel’s client was arrested after a drug task force raided his home. 35,000 grams of marijuana carrying a mandatory minimum 5 years in prison was seized. Mr. Koffel negotiated an 18 month prison ...

  • Reduced Charge & Sentence

    Our client was arrested after a search warrant of his home was executed and detectives discovered 500 pounds of marijuana. Mr. Koffel's client had no prior arrest history of any kind. Over the span of ...

  • Drug Trafficking Case Dismissed

    Our client, 29, faced multiple high level felonies for drug trafficking and drug possession after police found 32 grams of cocaine and 50 Oxycodone pills in his home, as well as multiple weapons. ...

  • Charges Dismissed

    Client was accused of trafficking approximately $2.8M worth of cocaine. Client faced 11+ years in prison. Through many months of negotiating with prosecution, client was offered the chance to take a ...

  • Charge Dismissed

    Client was charged with trafficking a small amount of marijuana. As we learned more about our client, we learned she was addicted to opiates. We got her into a renowned rehab center and prolonged her ...

  • Drug Trafficking Case Dismissed

    Our client, 29, faced multiple high level felonies for drug trafficking and drug possession after police found 32 grams of cocaine and 50 Oxycodone pills in his home, as well as multiple weapons. ...

  • Avoided Conviction

    Felony Trafficking 93 pounds of marijuana. Client faced potential penalty of 2-8 years in prison. Through heavy negotiation with prosecution, client is serving 12 months in prison.

  • Charge Dismissed

    Our client, an 18 year old young man, was frisked by an undercover police officer who resulted in the officer finding a baggie of marijuana. Client was charged with Drug Abuse. Through pre-trial ...

  • Charge Reduced

    Our client, an 18 year old high school senior, indicted for brining felony level drugs (ecstasy) to his high school. Charges dropped to misdemeanor. Client receives a fine and probation.

  • Avoided Charges

    One client had his felony drug possession charge amended to a misdemeanor.

  • Charge Reduced

    Our client, a 52 year old business man, was indicted on prescription drug abuse in Franklin County, Ohio. Client was not eligible for Intervention in Lieu of Conviction ("ILC"). However, client was ...

  • Charge Reduced

    Our client, a 27 year old truck driver, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after being stopped for a red light violation. Our client holds a CDL and would lose his job with an Ohio OVI conviction. ...

  • Avoided Coviction

    Our client, a local college freshman, was being investigated for Drug Trafficking. Under Ohio law it is a felony to "give" a prescription drug to another. Prosecutor agreed that the totality of the ...

  • Client Given Non-Prison Sentence

    Attorney Brad Koffel represented an individual who was indicted on Felony 3 marijuana cultivation. This triggered a presumptive prison term of at least nine months. The State of Ohio requested nine ...

  • Avoided Mandatory Jail Time

    Drug Possession client had his case amended to disorderly conduct and received a small fine. He avoids the mandatory 6 month license suspension for drug convictions.

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How We Helped a Client Avoid Felony Drug Charges

Our client, a construction supervisor, was arrested for DUI / OVI and Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a Felony of the fifth Degree. After a call from a local home improvement store about an impaired driver, our client was arrested. After negotiations, Licking County Municipal Court dismissed the DUI / OVI case. Our client was placed into ILC (Treatment in Lieu of Conviction) for a period of two years. After successful completion of ILC, the court will dismiss his felony case. (Attorney Tod Brininger represented this case.)

Reasons to Choose Koffel Brininger Nesbitt

We know how to pick our clients – We maintain a high success rate by only working with clients that we believe in. A variety of case factors point toward a favorable outcome, and our team is adept at identifying these factors. We focus on defendants who have very little prior contact with the criminal court and have a high possibility of obtaining a favorable case outcome.

We know when to turn a case down - We always treat our clients with dignity and expect the same treatment in return. Additionally, we believe that a successful attorney-client relationship starts with a clear understanding of the firm's practice limits. We do not accept the following types of cases: violent deadly weapon crimes, acts of violence, gang crimes, or habitual felony offenses.

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The DEA publishes information on the most commonly abused and misused drugs in America in its Drugs of Abuse, a valuable resource you can read for yourself here(PDF).