Student Crimes

Northeast Ohio Lawyer for Student Criminal Offense and Code of Conduct Violations

Protecting Students in Criminal Defense

College students facing their new found freedom and living away from home often find themselves in compromising situations that easily lead to poor decision making. Often a product of age and maturity, students lack the full appreciation of the long term and short term consequences they may face when charged with a criminal offense.

Possible Consequences for students facing a criminal offense conviction

College students have much more at stake than just the wide array of criminal sanctions facing persons convicted of criminal offenses. As a result of their lapse in judgment, students may also be subject to the following consequences:

  • Expulsion or Suspension from School
  • Loss of Financial Aid;
  • Loss of Student Housing;
  • Dismissal from an Athletic Team;
  • Being Denied Transfer or Admission to Another College;
  • Immigration Effects on Student Visa; and
  • Required to Repay Past Financial or Housing Assistance

Why you should choose Mastandrea Law

Mastandrea Law strives to a protect student's bright future by working to prevent the student's criminal record from impeding on their future employment opportunities. In addition, we try to prevent the students arrest record from interfering with their academic record.

Mastandrea Law is diligent, knowledgeable and experienced in defending all criminal matters, including:

  • Underage Drinking
  • Open Container Violations
  • Underage possession of alcohol
  • DUI/OVI
  • Drug possession, trafficking or other drug charges
  • Possession of a fake ID
  • Speeding, reckless driving or other traffic tickets
  • Assault
  • Date Rape
  • Theft or shoplifting
  • Various Computer Crimes

Protect Yourself, Contact Mastandrea Law today.

Mastandrea Law's broad range of service is sure to meet your every need. Servicing students from all of the northeast Ohio's college and universities including Cleveland State University, John Carroll, Case Western Reserve University, Kent State University, Baldwin Wallace College, University of Akron, Oberlin College, Notre Dame College of Ohio, Tri-C, Youngstown State University, Ursuline College, Lorain County Community College and Ashland University.