Criminal

614-725-5352

Call:  |  Email:  andrewcosslett@cosslett.com


Among the areas where my office offers full representation are:

  • All Misdemeanor offenses, adult and juvenile, including:
    • DUI / OVI
    • Theft
    • Assault
    • Domestic Violence
    • Menacing
    • Drug charges
    • Disorderly Conduct
    • Dog related charges
    • Probation violations
    • Expungements
    • Judicial Release
  • Felony offenses including:
    • Theft
    • Assault
    • Domestic Violence
    • Drug charges
  • Juvenile law
    • Abuse
    • Neglect
    • Dependency
    • Other cases with Children Services involvement

 

If you have been charged with a criminal offense, it is essential to retain competent counsel as early in the process as possible to increase your likelihood of a favorable outcome.

Consulting with your attorney before making any statements to law enforcement or court officials is of the utmost importance in protecting your rights.

Contact me today — there is no charge for an initial consultation.

Contact Andrew Cosslett today

Call: 614-725-5352
Email:  andrewcosslett@cosslett.com

Call any time. After-hours and weekend consultations can be arranged.

You can also use the convenient contact form on this page.



Useful Things to Know

  • Know the Ohio Law on OVI / DUI / Drunk Driving
    Ohio has a minimum mandatory sentencing scheme if you are convicted of OVI/DUI/drunk driving. A first offense can bring up to 180 days of jail time, up to $1000 in fines, and up to 3 years of license suspension. You will need legal advice.
    See the complete list of penalties at the following link: http://www.ovilaw.com/​ohio_ovi_penalties.asp
  • Know the Ohio Laws on Marijuana Possession
    Possession of less than 100 grams (or 3.5 oz) of marijuana will not get you a criminal charge — you will only get a ticket, be charged with a “minor misdemeanor” and have to pay a $100 fine.
    Possesssion of more than 100 grams up to 200 grams (or 7 oz) of marijuana, which is not that much, is a 4th degree misdemeanor with up to 30 days in jail and up to $250 in fines.
    Possession of more than 200 grams (7 oz) of marijuana will lead to felony charges. You can be charged with felony drug dealing, even if you are not in fact selling to others.

 

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COSSLETT

Andrew Cosslett graduated from the Wellington School in Columbus and received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He received his law degree from the University of Toledo College of Law, was admitted to the Ohio Bar, and is licensed to practice law throughout the state of Ohio.

     

 Tel: 614-725-5352
 Fax: 614-725-5353
 Email: andrewcosslett@cosslett.com

765 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43206


Our Mission

I know that whenever you need a lawyer, the situation is likely to be stressful — divorce and child custody, DUI, criminal charges, contract disputes ... even making a will can present you with complex and difficult decisions. From working with many clients, I have come to understand this stress, and I can help you.

I believe that quality legal representation should be priced within the means of the general public. To that end, my office offers affordable competitve rates. Our services include a free initial consultation in person or over the phone in which you can take as much time as needed to make sure that all of your legal questions have been addressed.

Contact me today with your concerns. And be assured that I will fight as hard for your interests as I would for my own.