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Tag Archives: OVI

Combatting DUI: Common Defense Strategies

One of the most common misconceptions about DUI/OVI arrests is that building a legal defense is a futile endeavor. Truthfully, and depending on the unique circumstances of your case, there are many approaches your attorney can use to reduce, if not eliminate the charges you face. Of course every DUI defense case is different, and… Read More »

Kennedy Case Puts Rx Driving in the Spotlight

In February of this year, a New York criminal trial that might have otherwise remained a minor local story made national headlines because the defendant bears the Kennedy name. The prosecution alleged that Kerry Kennedy drove under the influence of prescription medication. Ms. Kennedy was acquitted of the drugged driving offense. The Kennedy drugged driving… Read More »

Challenging Field Sobriety Tests

Prosecutors often rely heavily on a defendant’s poor results on field sobriety tests to prove impairment in a case involving operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI). The field sobriety tests are supposed to evaluate whether the defendant was impaired. However, the results of the tests are often inaccurate, unreliable and inconclusive regarding the driver’s… Read More »

An OVI Is a Life Changer, Even for First-Time Offenders

When it comes to an OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs), you don’t get a free pass on your first offense. Even first-time offenders face serious consequences. First, there are the social and professional repercussions. Friends, family, coworkers and your employer are likely to be disappointed by your behavior. You… Read More »

Fighting a Drunk Driving Charge in Ohio

What’s known as a DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated) in most other states is a charge of OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs) in Ohio. It is never in your interest to just roll over and accept an OVI conviction. The stakes — license suspension,… Read More »

Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs?

Impaired driving arrests generally involve drivers who are drunk, but it is also illegal to drive under the influence of a drug of abuse in Ohio. A law enforcement officer might have grounds for suspicion that a driver has been using illegal drugs if there is a strong odor of marijuana smoke in the car,… Read More »

DUID: What Does It Mean to You?

We talked earlier about narcotics and harsh Ohio penalties for distribution and possession of drugs. Drugs are illegal on the street and in your body when driving a car. Operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) of alcohol or drugs is illegal in Ohio. This means controlled substances, metabolites of controlled substances and drugs of… Read More »

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