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Breezy M Warner

Criminal Law Attorney, Amy M. Levine & Associates LLC
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Traffic Tickets
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Summary

Diligent and hardworking litigation attorney with over 10 years of experience, who consistently takes initiative and delivers creative solutions to achieve positive results for clients. Possesses an unyielding work-ethic, passion and skill, while bringing a positive attitude and sense of humor to the legal field. Skilled advocate for legal rights and protections.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Traffic Tickets
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Flat fee for Criminal Law matters up to trial
Languages
  • English
Professional Associations
Washington State Bar Association  # 47363
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Ohio State Bar  # 98124
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Columbus Bar Association
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Activities: Young Lawyers Committee, Solo/Small Practice Committee, Criminal Law Committee
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Ohio State Bar Association
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Women Lawyers of Franklin County
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Ohio Women's Bar Association
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11 Questions Answered

Q. I was charged with misuse of credit card of $ 600.00 (F5).Is it possible thru arbitration to red to M1
A: If you are facing a 5th degree felony you should retain counsel on the matter to discuss possible defenses and plea deals.
Q. so I just turned 18, but my girlfriend is 16 still . her parents dont know about us. can I get in legal trouble?
A: The age of consent in Ohio is 16 years of age.
Q. can you take back consent from a person and report it like if you havent met them but you guys did the sexual situation.
A: Are you asking on whether you can now claim rape because you changed your mind after having consensual sexual relations with someone? NO NO YOU CANNOT! This in itself is false reporting and is a crime. If you are asking can you start out having consensual sexual relations and then decide to stop consenting. Yes you can always withdraw your consent when something is occurring and stop. If they do not stop after you have made it clear you are no longer a willing participant, then yes that would be rape and you should report the incident.
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3 South High Street
PO Box 782
New Albany, OH 43054
Telephone: (614) 224-5291