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At the Law Office of Thomas Erb, LLC, we provide legal counsel and representation in Northeast Ohio including the counties of Medina, Stark, Summit, and Cuyahoga. We provide representation in criminal defense, domestic and family law, worker’s compensation and personal injury claims. We also provide flexible payment plans and accept most major credit cards. READ MORE >
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    Ohio Affirmative Defenses in Criminal Law

    Ohio Affirmative Defenses in Criminal Law

    A defendant in a criminal case in Medina, Wooster and North Canton has the right to rely upon the presumption of innocence that the United States Constitution and Ohio statutory law affords to each individual against of committing a crime. The burden is on the prosecution to prove each element of the offense necessary to establish the guilt of the defendant beyond a reasonable doubt. Normally, the burden of proof in ...