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Sharon Township DUI Attorney

A Sharon Township DUI attorney represents individuals charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, otherwise known as OVI, as well as a number of other traffic offenses and related charges.  OVI cases usually are made up of two potential offenses:  (1) the OVI charge, which alleges that the person operated a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them; and (2) the BAC charge, which usually alleges that the person operated a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more, which is determined by a breath sample, or an equivalent amount by blood serum or plasma or urine, as well as levels of various drugs.  For a first time offense, the court must suspend the offender’s driver’s license for a minimum of 180 days and incarcerate the individual for a minimum period of of 72 hours.  The mandatory penalties increase with higher test results and repeat offenses. (more…)

Canal Fulton DUI Attorney

A Canal Fulton DUI attorney represents individuals charged with OVI and other traffic offenses in Canal Fulton.  OVI is the short way of saying “operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”  OVIs can be made up of two potential offenses: (1) the OVI charge, which alleges that the person operated a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them; and (2) the BAC charge, which usually alleges that the person operated a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more, which is determined by a breath sample, or an equivalent amount by blood serum or plasma or urine, as well as levels of various drugs.  Depending on the number of prior offenses, there are minimum periods of suspension and incarceration set forth under Ohio law. (more…)

Doylestown Ohio DUI Attorney

A Doylestown Ohio DUI attorney identifies and pursues defenses for someone accused of OVI in Doylestown, Ohio.  In Ohio, a DUI offense is not called DUI or DWI, but is called an OVI.  OVI is defined in Ohio Revised Code 4511.19 (R.C. 4511.19) as “operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs,” and typically consists of two separate charges: (1) the OVI charge, which alleges that the person operated a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them; and (2) the BAC charge, which usually alleges that the person operated a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more, which is determined by a breath sample, or an equivalent amount by blood serum or plasma or urine, as well as levels of various drugs.  If the accused was not actually driving but was in the driver’s seat with possession of the keys, the more appropriate charge may be the lesser crime of physical control, as defined in R.C. 4511.194.  If the accused was underage and was driving with a concentration of at least .02 percent, but less than .08 percent BAC, the more appropriate charge may be operating a vehicle after underage consumption (OVUAC), sometimes referred to as a “baby DUI.” (more…)

Westfield Center DUI Attorney

A Westfield Center DUI attorney represents individuals charged with OVI in Westfield Center. Misdemeanor OVI cases in Westfield Center are heard in the Wadsworth Municipal Court.  Felony cases may have initial hearings in Wadsworth Municipal Court, but are heard in the Medina County Court of Common Pleas.
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What Is A Clinton DUI Attorney?

What is a Clinton DUI attorney?

A Clinton DUI attorney represents individuals charged with OVI, having physical control of vehicle while under the influence, and baby DUI cases.  A motion to suppress can be used to invalidate the traffic stop, field sobriety tests, arrest, breathalyzer test, blood test or urine test.  The Clinton OVI lawyer can negotiate the dismissal of charges that require additional mandatory jail time. What court does a Clinton DUI go to? Misdemeanor DUIs in Clinton are heard in Barberton Municipal Court.  Felony DUIs in Clinton are heard in the Court of Common Pleas for Summit County.  Juveniles accused of DUI in Clinton will have their cases heard in the Summit County Juvenile Court. (more…)

Medina County DUI Attorney

What is a Medina County DUI attorney? A Medina County DUI lawyer handles OVI cases, physical control cases, and baby DUI cases.  The Medina County OVI attorney can contest the grounds for the stop, arrest, or use of other evidence.  Having the OVI attorney in your corner could be the difference between spending three days at a DUI program at a local hotel, or six days in sitting in a jail cell.  On a felony DUI, the attorney could be the difference between a misdemeanor or felony conviction, which is no small matter considering OVI offenses are not eligible for expungement.

Medina County DUI Courts

  What court would a Medina County DUI be heard? Misdemeanor DUIs in Medina County are heard in Medina Municipal Court, 135 North Elmwood Ave., Medina, Ohio 44256, or in Wadsworth Municipal Court, 120 Maple Street, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281.  Felony DUIs in Medina County are heard in Medina County Court of Common Pleas, 93 Public Square, Medina, Ohio 44256.  Juveniles accused of DUI in Medina County will have their cases heard in the Medina County Juvenile Court, 93 Public Square, Medina, Ohio 44256. (more…)

Barberton DUI Attorney

What is a Barberton DUI attorney? While some may also commonly refer to such an attorney as a Barberton driving under the influence attorney, the better term is a Barberton OVI attorney, or Barberton operating a vehicle under the influence attorney.  OVI is defined in Ohio Revised Code 4511.19 (R.C. 4511.19), bearing the title “operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”  OVI cases typically consists of two separate charges: (1) the OVI charge, which alleges that the person operated a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them; and (2) the BAC charge, which usually alleges that the person operated a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more, which is determined by a breath sample, or an equivalent amount by blood serum or plasma or urine, as well as levels of various drugs.  The statute provides for a minimum license suspension of 180 days and a minimum period of incarceration of 72 hours upon a conviction for an OVI or BAC charge.  Such minimum penalties increase with a BAC of .17 or more, and prior convictions for OVI or BAC. (more…)