Wooster OVI lawyer

Wooster OVI Lawyer


When you are accused of OVI in Wooster or the Wayne County, Ohio area, you need an aggressive attorney on your side. You need a Wooster OVI lawyer.  Attorney Gigiano has been trying DUI cases since 1993.  For more than one year, he practiced in a single docket courtroom that handled nothing but DUIs, driving under suspension and other traffic matters with the potential for jail time.  After that, he handled felony DUIs, homicide traffic matters and other felony offenses.  Attorney Gigiano put this experience to use when he began defending individuals in 1999, working hard to get a number of DUI offenses dismissed, felony OVI reduced to misdemeanors, and avoiding jail time for clients in serious traffic matters, including homicide traffic.  Gone are the days of simply being able to get a good deal by showing the good side of the client.  Today, aggressive advocacy is needed to expose the weaknesses of the State’s case, often crippling it in pretrial motions.  Faced with a potential loss, some prosecutors may finally offer a deal, giving the client a choice between a plea bargain reduction or going for the win at trial.  

OVI Explained By Wooster OVI Lawyer

  What is OVI? OVI is the latest version of DUI in Ohio, which stands for operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  In the 1980s, DUI was replaced by OMVI (operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs) and later by OVI.  Ohio OVIs are serious matters, starting at a minimum of three days in jail and, for repeat offenders, carrying the potential sentence of years in prison.  On top of this, the judge must suspend the person’s driver’s license.  Driving on an OVI suspension also carries mandatory jail time.  With so much at stake, you need an experienced dedicated attorney on your side.  You need Attorney Daniel F. Gigiano.  

Call Now To Learn How This Wooster OVI Lawyer Can Help You

  Attorney is an experienced Wooster OVI lawyer who practices in the courts in Wayne County, Stark County, Summit County, Medina County, and other nearby county courts. Call Attorney Gigiano now at 330-336-3330 to learn how he can help you.