DUI / OVI Attorney
Daniel Gigiano is a Wadsworth, Ohio based DUI / OVI attorney. If you live in Medina, Summit, or Wayne County, contact Attorney Gigiano today at (330) 336-3330 for legal consultation regarding your DUI / OVI situation.
Daniel F. Gigiano Co., L.P.A. has the experience, determination and knowledge to fight for your rights when you are accused of a DUI or other traffic offense. This includes, but is not limited to:
– Driving Privileges
– DUI / OVI / OMVI, driver suspension & other traffic offenses
– Felony DUI
– Judicial Releases
Attorney Gigiano has the track record of experience, obtaining dismissals for DUIs, reductions for suspended license cases, and points reduction on speeding cases. Daniel Gigiano is located in Wadsworth, Ohio and is available for consultation to defend you in Medina, Summit, and Wayne counties. Attorney Gigiano is your Medina Criminal Defense Attorney, Barberton Criminal Defense Attorney, and Wooster Criminal Defense Attorney.
If you are experiencing problems with the law or need help with an OVI or Driver’s Suspension, contact Daniel Gigiano TODAY!
When stopped or questioned by the police, you do not have to talk to them about the offense. The United States Supreme Court, in Miranda v. Arizona, ruled that, when the police take you into custody and question an individual, they must warn you of the following:
- You have the right to remain silent.
- Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
- You have the right to an attorney.
- If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.
Law enforcement will often try to convince you that they will help you if you confess. This is merely one of their methods of getting a confession. Unless law enforcement has a warrant or one of a few narrowly defined “exigent” circumstances, they cannot enter your home. If you are an overnight guest at another’s home, you obtain the same protections against intrusions by law enforcement that the resident of the home has. These are just a few of the many overriding principles that are used in criminal defenses and traffic defenses. The most effective method of defeating a case is through a motion to suppress. In a motion to suppress, evidence is excluded if obtained through a violation of that person’s constitutional rights, such as the ones listed above. This method can be used to entirely defeat the state’s case. Sometimes, the use of the motion partially defeats the state’s case, leveling the playing field at trial.