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John Michael Stryker

Rocky River Intellectual Property Law Attorney.

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  1. Will my charge possibly get dropped?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Maurice Holcomb
    2. Andrew Richard Bucher
    3. Chester Leroy Palumbo
    4. John Michael Stryker
    5. Philip Daniel Hache
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree with Attorney Bucher. A defense will need to be tailored to your case in the local territory of your case. Getting a court to drop the charges based on your low carb diet will be very difficult. A judge will know that if he/she allowed that defense, suddenly everyone will be on a low carb diet every night they are out drinking. Such an excuse for errant BAC readings should be just one offered by your attorney. Cities like OVIs because they are good money for the city. You'll have...

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  2. My court appointed lawyer working against me. Any one there help me!!!! I guess only option left is to die than accept guilt

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Michael Stryker
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Vijay Dinakar
    3 lawyer answers

    Simply ask your lawyer to remove herself. If she does, a new one will be appointed. If what you say is true about your current attorney, she will be happy to remove herself from your case. If you are being discriminated against and she will not move to withdraw, contact the public defender's office in Cuyahoga County and explain to them the situation and ask for a new attorney to be appointed to you. If that does not work then contact the judge in writing so he/she is aware of your...

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  3. My son accepted a plea deal 3 times when asked.did not want to go to trial however he went to trial is something wrong here

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Michael Stryker
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Rocky Gene Ball Jr.
    3 lawyer answers

    There must be more to the story. Did your son accept the plea bargain in front of a judge? If so, there would be no trial. Your son would have been sentenced according to the amended charge. Usually a plea bargain for weapons under disability would include a forfeiture. Perhaps the trial proceeded on another count. It does not matter who the guns belong to or where they are in your house. Your son can be charged with weapons under disability just by living in a house that contains guns....

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  4. Criminal case was reversed, now the prosecutor says they hav 45 days to submit this to the OHIO SUPREME COURT

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Dennis Armand DiMartino
    2. Joshua Sachs
    3. Zachary Douglas Mayo
    4. Douglas Holbrook
    5. John Michael Stryker
    5 lawyer answers

    Of course no one really knows if a case will be accepted by the Supreme Court of Ohio for review nor in whose favor will they decide. Supreme Court Justices are more like law makers in that their findings are the law of the land. This is why they wish to review legal questions that have not been addressed before. Perhaps you should ask your lawyer, "Is the basis of my case a novel legal situation or one that has already been hashed out over the years?" If your case is the same old same...

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  5. Can I redistribute a file when it's stated that it may not be redistributed "as-if"?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. John Michael Stryker
    2. Maurice N Ross
    2 lawyer answers

    Your question referenced a redistribution limitation "as-if". I suspect you mean "as-is", not "as-if". The "purchase" of the work from a website I suspect is not truly a purchase but rather a license to download it and use it for your personal use. Just as when you "purchase" a copy of Microsoft Office or Michael Jackson's Thriller on CD, your are not purchasing the work, your are merely paying for a license to use the work for a limited purpose. The owner of the work may offer a...

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  6. In Ohio can I get a concealed weapon permit?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Michael Stryker
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Gabriel Phillip Moorman
    3 lawyer answers

    Consult an attorney to have your felony expunged. I do these but at the moment I am unsure if this type of felony is excepted. The expungement if granted would greatly help your chances of getting the permit. Let me know if you need help. Strykerlaw.com

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  7. Will my stop with the cops be put on my public record and background check even though I was not charged

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Paul Dean Bryson
    2. John Michael Stryker
    3. Edward A. Itayim
    4. Kevin H. Pate
    4 lawyer answers

    Very unlikely a public record of this event exists. There may be a radio call recording, this sort of recording would not be made readily available to the public. I doubt a foster organization would find such a record. They are probably more concerned with convictions and filed charges. Be thankful the police treated you well and gave you the option to find a ride home. Your night could have turned out very differently. Good luck with your foster child.

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  8. Can a state trooper call you 8 days later and give you a ticket

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. John Michael Stryker
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Ashley Lenore Jones
    4. Kevin H. Pate
    4 lawyer answers

    The government can file charges at any time before the statute of limitations runs, if there is one. A charge of non authorized use may be serious enough to seek help. I'll be happy to talk more with you if you wish. I wouldn't count on the officer not showing up in court. Troopers take their court duties seriously.

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  9. How can you be charged with criminal trespassing for entering a graveyard if there are no signs and the gate is open

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Amanda Ackerman Condon
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Ashley Lenore Jones
    4. John Michael Stryker
    4 lawyer answers

    Is the graveyard publicly (by a city) or privately (perhaps a church) owned? I agree with the others that you should hire an attorney. If it was privately owned perhaps your attorney could talk to the owners about it. If it's publicly owned it's up to the prosecutor. A graveyard not having a gate is not an indication that it's open 24/7 so that won't help you. Your attorney can represent your intent while you were there. If they buy it they may agree to not prosecute.

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  10. How much time does 84 grams of powder cocaine carry

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Matthew Charles Bangerter
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. John Michael Stryker
    3 lawyer answers

    So what did you get pulled over for? Was your car listed in the warrant? I would be curious to know how they marked your car. I believe you should have an attorney thoroughly review all the details of your case from the time you were pulled over to the time of your arrest. It appears there were many steps here which opens up the possibility of suppressing evidence. As the other attorneys pointed out, you are facing some serious hard time. I am handling a felony drug case now in which...

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