Top 10 Videos of 2015, Expungement: If I Get My Record Expunged, Can Anyone Still See My Criminal Record?

Top 10 Videos of 2015, Expungement: If I Get My Record Expunged, Can Anyone Still See My Criminal Record?

In this video series, Tibbs Law Office is reviewing their top 10 videos of 2015, continuing with number 6, “If I Get My Record Expunged, Can Anyone Still See My Criminal Record?”

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Top 10 Videos of 2015, Expungement: What Is The Difference Between An Expungement & A Pardon?

Top 10 Videos of 2015, Expungement: What Is The Difference Between An Expungement & A Pardon?

In this video series, Tibbs Law Office is reviewing their top 10 videos of 2015, continuing with number 9, “What Is The Difference Between An Expungement And A Pardon?”

These videos are designed to educate viewers on Ohio criminal law. These videos are not to be construed as legal advice. Please seek the advice of a local attorney regarding your specific situation.

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Cincinnati, OH 45246
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Criminal Law: Can Ohio police search my car without my consent?

Criminal Law: Can Ohio Police search my care without my consent?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Criminal Law.

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Criminal Law: Can Ohio police stop me and search me on the street for no apparent reason?

Criminal Law: Can Ohio police stop me and search me on the street for no apparent reason?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Criminal Law.

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Criminal Law: Can police seize my property in Ohio, if they don’t have a warrant?

Criminal Law: Can police seize my property in Ohio, if they don’t have a warrant?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Criminal Law.

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Cincinnati, OH 45246
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Criminal Law: Can Ohio police conduct a search of my personal property without a warrant?

Criminal Law: Can Ohio police conduct a search of my personal property of they don’t have a warrant?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Criminal Law.

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Cincinnati, OH 45246
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Domestic Violence

A topic that has been on my mind recently is domestic violence.  I have had many clients over the past year and a half that have been victims of domestic violence and I know that it is a vicious cycle that is difficult to escape.  In fact, I began working on civil protection order cases because I saw that there was a need for competent attorneys in this area.  Many attorneys will not work on civil protection order cases and that is unfortunate because there is definitely a need for competent attorneys in this area.  
It is easy for an outsider to tell a victim of domestic violence to just leave but it is often much more complicated than that.  The person giving the advice is not in the victim’s shoes and more often than not, the perpetrator has spent years positioning him/herself and the victim in such a way that makes it almost impossible for the victim to “just leave.”
I do not recommend that victims of domestic violence “just leave.”  I recommend that victims of domestic violence prepare a comprehensive plan for removing him/herself from the situation so that the victim can begin a new life without the violence and learn a new way of living so that the violence does not repeat itself.  I recommend that victims leave with a strategy and the resources to help them be successful.  If not, they will not only find themselves in the same or a similar situation in the future, but they could put themselves in more danger by attempting to leave in the first place.
One great resource in Ohio for domestic violence victims is the Ohio Domestic Violence Network.  They are available by telephone: (614) 781-9651 and internet: ODVN.org.  The ODVN is a nonprofit organization and the domestic violence advocate will work with the victim to create a plan for leaving. The advocate will work with the victim through every step of the process of leaving.  ODVN has many great resources for helping the victim succeed after leaving as well.  
One of the best aspects about ODVN is that they have federal funding to help victims get access to legal services that they wouldn’t be able to afford otherwise.  ODVN pays attorneys that have been trained through the non profit to help victims get civil protection orders, obtain divorces, keep custody of their children, defend them in criminal cases when the criminal charge was a result of a domestic violence incident and many other services that victims may need.  
I am an attorney that has gone through the ODVN training and I am currently accepting cases through ODVN.  If you or someone you know needs their services, please contact ODVN because they can help.

Expungement: Are Criminal Records Automatically Expunged After Time Passes?

Expungement:  Are Criminal Records Automatically Expunged After Time Passes?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Expungement.

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Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
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Expungement: What Types Of Records Can Be Sealed?

Expungement:  What Types Of Records Can Be Sealed?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Expungement.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
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Expungement: What Is An Expungement?

Expungement: What Is An Expungement?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Expungement.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
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