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Driving Privileges Under Ohio Law

 Limited Driving Privileges If you are charged with OVI, you will need to obtain “limited driving privileges” for the length of your case. This article discusses the parameters of limited driving privileges following the adoption of Annie’s Law in April, 2017. Limited driving privileges are governed by R.C. 4510.021, which states: R.C.§4510.021 – Granting Limited Driving Privileges. [Effective 3/14/2017]
(A) Unless expressly prohibited by section 2919.22, section 4510.13, or any other section of the Revised Code, a court may grant limited driving privileges for any purpose described in division (A) of this section during any suspension imposed by the court. In granting the privileges,...

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Moving Violations and Accumulation of Points

What Are Moving Violations? “Moving violations” are any violation of any statute or ordinance that regulates the operation of vehicles, streetcars, or trackless trolleys on the highways or streets. “Moving violation” does not include a violation of section 4513.263 of the Revised Code or a substantially equivalent municipal ordinance, a violation of any statute or ordinance regulating pedestrians or the parking of vehicles, vehicle size or load limitations, vehicle fitness requirements, or vehicle registration. – §4510.01(E) Accumulation of Points Pursuant to  R.C. 4510.036 there are no points assigned for out-of-state traffic violations. A word of warning to anyone facing a case arising out...

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Beavercreek DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II (937) 318-1384

BEAVERCREEK DUI ATTORNEY If you have been arrested for DUI in Fairborn, Bath Township, Beavercreek or Beavercreek Township? You need a Beavercreek DUI attorney. Your misdemeanor Beavercreek DUI case will be heard in the Beavercreek/Fairborn Municipal Court, 1148 Kauffman Ave. in Fairborn, Ohio.  Need to find information about a case in the Fairborn Municipal Court?  Search HERE.  For case information or visit the court’s web site HERE. I am a life-long resident of Beavercreek and I have represented the accused drunk driver in the Fairborn/Beavercreek Municipal Court since 1995. Defending the accused drunk driver is my passion. I limit my practice to DUI law.   I own some of the most impressive credentials for OVI...

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Limited Driving Privileges Under Ohio Law

 Limited Driving Privileges If you are charged with OVI, you will need to obtain “limited driving privileges” for the length of your case. This article discusses the parameters of limited driving privileges following the adoption of Annie’s Law in April, 2017. Limited driving privileges are governed by R.C. 4510.021, which states: R.C.§4510.021 – Granting Limited Driving Privileges. [Effective 3/14/2017]
(A) Unless expressly prohibited by section 2919.22, section 4510.13, or any other section of the Revised Code, a court may grant limited driving privileges for any purpose described in division (A) of this section during any suspension imposed by the court. In granting the privileges,...

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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base OVI?

Who Has Jurisdiction Over the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base OVI? Jurisdiction over OVI charges at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base may be military, civilian or both. When both entities file charges, they often coordinate to determine which will prosecute the offense criminally. Because he or she is always subject to the UCMJ, an offender cannot be tried twice criminally.  But because he or she is always subject to the UCMJ, they may face both civilian and military administrative punishment. The place of arrest and the authorities involved typically dictate jurisdiction. An active-duty serviceperson arrested on-base and charged with DUI faces one or more of...

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DUI, OVI, DWI, OMVI -What Is The Difference

What is the difference between DUI, OVI, DWI, OMVI and drunk driving? Spoiler Alert: They are all the same thing. This is one of the most frequently searched queries about DUI, OVI, DWI, OMVI and drunk driving defense. It really comes down to two factors. The first factor is legal smarts. The second factor is salesmanship.  Prosecutors like to have every built in advantage in DUI cases. Over time the public understanding of the various acronyms has caused problems. DWI - Driving While Intoxicated DWI stands for Driving While Intoxicated. Prosecutors did not like the burden of proving that a defendant was driving....

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How to Hire an DUI Defense Attorney

CUT THROUGH THE CONFUSION AND HIRE A DUI DEFENSE ATTORNEY WHO WILL FIGHT YOUR CASE AND GET YOUR LIFE BACK! Thank you for reviewing this material.   I offer this common-sense guide to helping you find the right attorney because I believe that with a good game plan and realistic expectations you can win your case.   Since the inception of my practice I have provided the accused drunk driver with access to information about Ohio’s tough drunk driving laws.  I believe that information is the key to overcoming fear and empowering you to make good decisions.  Don’t be afraid to ask tough questions...

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Kettering OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II

Kettering OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II Kettering OVI attorney Charles M. Rowland is Kettering’s choice for OVI defense. This article will tell you about the Kettering Municipal Court and the services offered by Kettering OVI attorney Charles Rowland. Let’s begin by accessing the services of the court. If arrested on suspicion of OVI in Centerville, Kettering, Moraine or Washington Township, your OVI case takes place in the Kettering Municipal Court. The Kettering Municipal Court, www.ketteringmunicipalcourt.org, is located at 2325 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, Ohio 45420. For directions to the court, click here. The Kettering Municipal Court The judges of the Kettering Municipal Court are the...

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Presumption of Innocence? Not For OVI

The History of The Presumption of Innocence The presumption of innocence, Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat. It is the principle that one is considered innocent unless proven guilty. It dates back to the very foundations of western jurisprudence. The sixth century Digest of Justinian provides, as a general rule of evidence:"Proof lies on him who asserts, not on him who denies." The presumption requires that the prosecution has the obligation to prove each element of the offense. They must prove each beyond a reasonable doub. The accused bears no burden of proof. This is often expressed in the phrase innocent until proven...

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Defending Your Huber Heights DUI Charge

Huber Heights DUI? A conviction for Operating a Vehicle under the Influence of alcohol or drugs (OVI) in Ohio is significant, carrying with it penalties consisting of jail time, a substantial fine, and a driver’s license suspension. If you have been arrested on an Ohio drunk driving charge then you need to find a way to defend yourself as well as possible in this frightening time of your life. Where Will My Huber Heights DUI Case Be Heard? Huber Height DUI cases are heard in the Montgomery County Municipal Court, Eastern Division, located at 6111 Taylorsville Rd., in Huber Heights. You can reach the court Monday,...

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