Routine Traffic Stop Leads to Felony Charges

Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers recently found $32,000 worth of ecstasy pills near Summit County.

After pulling over the vehicle for a marked lanes violation, troopers had probable cause to use a drug-sniffing canine who found 1,418 ecstasy pills, leading to arrests and charges for first-degree felonies.

It's essential to know and understand your rights. Whether you are facing a DUI charge, a drug violation or other instance where your vehicle was searched after a routine traffic stop, our office has the knowledge to work with you and the court to ensure your legal rights were not violated. 

We have fought felony charges involving traffic stops for decades and encourage you to contact the experts for legal help.