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Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer

Middletown Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Consequences of having a police report filed against you?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Cathy Rose Cook
    3. Joseph T Ostrowski
    3 lawyer answers

    You have neither been charged with nor convicted of any crime as it relates to the filing of a police report. Most employment applications inquire about convictions. I can see no likely situation where you would have to disclose that your name merely appeared on a police report. Police reports are public records. So if someone requested a copy it would be made available to them, but they would obviously have to have some reason to believe that such a report was in existence. I hope this helps....

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  2. Are there grandparent rights in Ohio?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Daryle Catherine Tibbs
    2 lawyer answers

    You do not state your marital status. If you are unmarried then Ohio Revised Code Section 3109.12 (A) states in part that "If a child is born to an unmarried woman, the parents of the woman and any relative of the woman may file a complaint requesting the court of common pleas of the county in which the child resides to grant them reasonable companionship or visitation rights with the child." The statute goes on to state that if paternity has been established then this right extends to the...

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  3. What rights do I have as a shared parenting parent to have a say in my daughter's info at school?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Dalma Catherine Grandjean
    3. Mary Katherine Brown
    3 lawyer answers

    Ohio Revised Code section 3109.051 (H) provides that any records relating to a child shall be made available to a nonresidential parent under the same terms and conditions as they are to the residential parent, absent a court order to the contrary. In other words, if your problem is related to getting your child's grade card, or other school records, this statute should resolve that issue. Any record keeper who knowingly fails to comply with this statute may be held in contempt. On the other...

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  4. My teen daughter shoplifted at Kohls Ohio $107 police called 1st time offense what will happen how much will it cost?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Antony Abboud Abboud
    2 lawyer answers

    Petty theft is a first degree misdemeanor in the State of Ohio. For a child, the maximum penalty would be ninety (90) days in a detention facility. The child could also be assessed a fine, court costs, placed on probation, and/or required to perform community service. If found to be a delinquent child, for a theft offense, your daughter's future college and employment prospects could be adversely affected. As a Butler County Juvenile Court Magistrate for ten years, I presided over hundreds...

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  5. Child custody

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Todd Bruce Kotler
    2 lawyer answers

    It is not too late to regain custody of your daughter. Having said that, many factors go into determining whether it is in the best interest of a child to grant a change of custody. It is impossible to assess the possibility of you being successful without an in depth consultation. As is often the case, when faced with an important legal issue, you should consult with a qualified attorney. Good luck. Jeff Milbauer, The Milbauer Law Firm, Middletown, Ohio

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  6. Employment Attorney Only

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Donald Michael Gallick
    2. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    3. Ty Hyderally
    3 lawyer answers

    The decision to hire an attorney involves many considerations. The cost, of course, is one factor, but not necessarily the most important one. If one is serious about undertaking a legal action it is imperative that they take the time to research the best lawyer for their particular need. You want an attorney that has experience in the particular area of law that concerns your case. You want someone who is familiar with the court system where your case will be heard. An attorney who promptly...

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  7. Caught shoplifting at Walmart in Ohio. First offense of any kind. Any info would be appreciated.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Patrick Sean Leary
    3. Jeffrey Steven Hale
    3 lawyer answers

    Shoplifting is theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree in the State of Ohio. This offense carries a maximum penalty of six (6) months in jail. It is, therefore, obviously a serious offense. The fact that you have no prior record is helpful. Having a theft offense on one's record can make it difficult to obtain employment. If you get no other offenses, you can have the offense expunged one year from the date of conviction. You definitely want to seek the representation of a competent...

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  8. How do we stop the ex wife of one of our employees from harassing us?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    1 lawyer answer

    You could file a lawsuit against her for slander and libel. These type of lawsuits can be difficult to win, and collecting any judgment could be problematic as well. Perhaps merely the threat of a lawsuit may dissuade her from continuing her attacks. You should contact an attorney who specializes in civil litigation and discuss this matter with him or her. If she poses any type of physical threat to you or your husband or is physically present at or near your home or business, you could go...

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  9. Paternity Establishment for Married Couples

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    2. Todd Bruce Kotler
    2 lawyer answers

    Ohio Revised Code Section 3111.04 states in part that: "Standing to bring paternity action. (A) An action to determine the existence or nonexistence of the father and child relationship may be brought by... a man alleged or alleging himself to be the child’s father." In other words, this man does have the right to bring a paternity action. By law, your husband is currently the child's legal father. There is a presumption that a child born during the course of a marriage is the child of the...

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  10. Can grandparents file for visitation rites in the state of ohio

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Dennis Armand DiMartino
    2. Jeffrey Kyle Milbauer
    3. Courtney Caparella-Kraemer
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    Ohio Revised Code Section 3109.12 permits the grandparents of a child born to an unmarried woman the right to seek companionship/visitation if the court finds that such visitation is in the child's best interest. The subsequent marriage of the woman does not prevent the grandparents from seeking visitation. In other words, yes the grandmother may file an action in court seeking companionship time with the child. Having said that, it does not mean that the court will grant the request. The court...

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