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Police in Ohio refer to drunk driving as operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI). In some cases, individuals arrested for OVI may be able to plead to a less serious "wet reckless" offense instead. Whether you are facing your first OVI conviction or your third, you should consult with a skilled attorney. In Ohio, the penalties for driving under the influence are serious:
To reinstate your license in Ohio, you must pay $450. However, depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be able to prevent the loss of your license in the first place. With the help of a skilled DUI defense lawyer, you may be able to have the charge against you dismissed.