A Portrait of the Young Man as a Fugitive

by Cleveland Frowns on January 18, 2013

Re: things being busier than ever at the salt mine, CRK is proud to count Lavelle Sullins as a client, and this week’s Scene cover story is about his case:


Click here to read the story at CleveScene.com or pick up a copy at your local newsstand to find out what happens when a young man is featured on a “Cleveland’s Most Wanted”-type television program broadcast to 56,000 viewers as one of Cleveland’s twenty-five most wanted “fugitives” a full five months after his sentence was served for mistakenly passing a single bad check to an auto dealer.

Let us know what you think and we’ll see you back here on Sunday with the NFL conference championship picks.

  • rgrunds

    I know of a MUCH worse story. Manuscript finished. Book out soon. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

  • ChuckKoz

    compelling stuff, hope all the hard work pays off.

  • trashycamaro

    Fight the good fight.

    So many people do not realize how incredibly damaging the criminal system is to people who have made mistakes or are genuinely innocent. It frequently almost makes it close to impossible to right yourself without outside help or the hope that more criminal behavior can catch you up.

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