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  • With so much at stake, I would not even consider another attorney.

  • You have treated us with kindness and dignity when others would not.

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  • Case Dismissed

    Case Dismissed on day of trial. Client, a commercial truck driver with a CDL was charged with causing an accident.

  • Probation & 10 days jail time


  • Charge Dismissed

    Our client was charged with ACDA and Hit/Skip. He swerved, hit a tree, and injured his head. He wasn’t sure if he hit the other car or not, and later went to the hospital for his injuries. After 4 ...

  • Charge Reduced

    On a holiday weekend, client left a bar and tried driving home. Not seeing a red light, he drove through an intersection, T-boning another vehicle; injuring 3. Client’s blood alcohol level was over ...

  • Charge Dismissed

    Minor traffic offense client had her case dismissed on the day of trial.

  • Charge Dismissed

    Our client, a Columbus doctor, charged with Fleeing, reckless operation, and speeding. Fleeing carries mandatory 3 year license suspension with no driving privileges. Flee charge dismissed. Client ...

  • Pleads to Minor Misdeameanor

    Our client, a 23 year old OSU student with plans to attend medical school, was pulled over for speeding—47 in a 35 mph zone. After being pulled over, our client was suspected of having been drinking ...

  • Not Guilty Verdict

    Mr. Koffel’s client was indicted on counts of vehicular homicide arising out of a fatal collision in Knox County just outside Kenyon University in Gambier, OH. The State of Ohio retained Henry Lipian, ...

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Avoid Harsh Penalties With Help From KBN!

The Ohio Revised Code classifies serious vehicular accidents as misdemeanors and felonies:

  • Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (R.C. 2903.06) is the most serious vehicular crime in Ohio.
  • Driving under the influence and causing the death of another can be a first-degree or second-degree felony depending upon the defendant's driving history.
  • Aggravated Vehicular Homicide in Ohio carries a mandatory prison term of 3-10 years for first-degree felonies and 2-8 years for second-degree felonies.

No felony or serious misdemeanor driving offense should be faced in court without a proven Columbus vehicular crime lawyer. At Koffel Brininger Nesbitt, our criminal defense team will review and evaluate the situation and the evidence against you and fight aggressively for your defense.

If you or someone you know is under investigation or has been charged with any of the following serious vehicular crimes and you would like the lawyers of Koffel Brininger Nesbitt to review the case, call (614) 675-4845 (7 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily)