Criminal law involves prosecution from the government of a person who has been charged with an act that has been classified as a crime. Crimes are categorized as felonies or misdemeanors. A felony is a serious misconduct (like murder or drug trafficking) that is punishable by imprisonment of more than one year or by death. A misdemeanor is a less serious misconduct (like petty theft or damaging property) that results in less than 12 months imprisonment, community service, or fines.
Whether you have been charged with a minor misdemeanor or a violent felony, you need a defense that is committed, trusted, and experienced. As a former prosecuting attorney, Donald Gallick is committed to providing criminal defense that exceeds your expectations and understands the ins and outs of criminal law.
Donald Gallick is a former prosecuting attorney and provides legal counsel in all of Ohio's courts of appeals and the Ohio Supreme Court for civil and criminal cases. He has briefed over 25 cases to the Ohio Supreme Court, including an amicus brief filed on behalf of homeowners in a landmark Ohio Supreme Court decision on eminent domain. Donald has enjoyed the privilege of arguing before the Ohio Supreme Court in four cases. He is an experienced trial attorney in felony and misdemeanor cases, and Supreme Court "Rule 20" certified for death penalty cases as trial co-counsel and appellate counsel. Donald has been approved to handle appointed cases for victims of violent crimes before the Ohio Court of Claims.
Have you been accused of a crime? Your defense matters.
Contact Donald Gallick today for your FREE and confidential consultation.