Ohio professionals who are subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury may find the upcoming testimony frightening and something to avoid if possible. Naturally, if you are in this position, you want all the legal protection possible so that you do not land yourself in hot water by testifying. According to the American Bar Association, there are ways a person can minimize legal risks if called upon to testify before a grand jury.
If you hold a professional license in Ohio, you likely know that your licensing board can suspend or even revoke it if you receive a conviction for, among other things, a crime of moral turpitude. It can otherwise discipline you as well. But just exactly what constitutes a crime of this nature?