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Kettering DUI: Rules for making bail in Kettering Municipal Court

The Kettering Municipal Court, has some great information on posting a bond, types of bonds (cash or surety) and on getting your bond back at the end of the case.  You can access this site above or go to www.KetteringDUI.com.  Charles M. Rowland II regularly appears in the Kettering Municipal Court on behalf of defendants accused of driving while impaired (now known in Ohio as OVI; operating a vehicle impaired).  If you find yourself in need of an attorney in the Kettering Municipal Court, please contact attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 879-9542.Posting Bond: When someone is arrested, it may be...

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Odor of an Alcoholic Beverage

It is legal to have a drink and drive.  However, most of us know that an "odor" of an alcoholic beverage can lead to all sorts of problems.  I have represented clients who have tried all types of masks when they are pulled over by police officers.  Often, to avoid the hassle of field sobriety tests and the distinct possibility of an arrest, they will light a cigarette or cigar, chug mouthwash, or put in gum.  Other more interesting tricks include chewing on a raw potato, putting pennies (or nickles) in your mouth or biting your lip until it bleeds.Experienced...

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DUI Credentials: Rowland First in US To Earn Forensic Sobriety Assessment

FSA Certification is the most advanced credential available to DUI professionals in behavioral sobriety assessment. Ideally, all attorneys, judges, and police officers who deal with DWI cases would be knowledgeable about these topics. While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) trains police officers to assess intoxication, it does not provide training in important scientific topics or differential diagnosis, and does not address the many criticisms of the tests. FSA Certification is available to those who demonstrate proficiency by passing examinations in seven of the eight content areas (the module on statistical significance and effect size is currently optional).Charles M....

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Is It Time To Lower the Drinking Age?

Vermont latest to eye lower drinking age By JOHN CURRAN Associated Press Writer More than two decades after the country established a uniform drinking age of 21, a nascent movement is afoot to allow 18- to 20-year-olds to legally buy alcohol under some circumstances. Proponents say the higher age hasn't kept young people from consuming alcohol and has instead driven underage consumption underground, particularly on college campuses."Our laws aren't working. They're not preventing underage drinking. What they're doing is putting it outside the public eye," Vermont state Sen. Hinda Miller said. "So you have a lot of kids binge drinking. They get sick,...

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DUI Science Training; Forensic Sobriety Assessment

This weekend, February 29-March 2, 2008, Charles M. Rowland II will continue his committment to continued DUI education by attending the Forensic Sobriety Assessment Certification program in Houston, Texas.  The topics to be covered include: Scientific Issues in Judging Intoxication and SFST Research and Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus: Vision Science Perspectives.  The program is conducted by Steve Rubenzer, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate in Forensic Psychology and Scott Stevenson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Optometry University of Houston....

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Washington Court House DUI (OVI) Information

[caption id="attachment_7053" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Outside the Fayette County Court of Common Please"][/caption]WASHINGTONCOURTHOUSEDUI.com was developed to provide practical information regarding Washington Court House and Fayette County's tough drunk driving law. Here you will find information on DUI (now called OVI) law in the Washington Court House Municipal Court and the Fayette County Common Pleas Court. If you find yourself accused of a crime contact Charles M. Rowland II at 937-879-9542 or on the after hours DUI HOTLINE 937-776-2671. If you've been charged with DUI, it's important that you consult an attorney immediately before you lose your rights!  Charles M. Rowland II...

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Greene County Dailies; Local Judges, Attorney Write Law Book

2/4/2008 8:48:00 AMLocal judges, attorney write law bookELIZABETH STUDEBAKER Feature WriterA huge undertaking of legal research and writing, a book authored by a Fairborn attorney and two local judges, is a tool to use the law in a most effective way. One of the authors, prominent Fairborn attorney Charles M. Rowland II said, “It’s good to know the law, but it’s better to write the law book.”Greene County Court of Common Pleas Judges Steven A. Wolaver of Fairborn and J. Timothy Campbell, Xenia, and Rowland of the firm Brown, Rowland & Kelly have completed authoring a revision to “Anderson’s Ohio...

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Ohio Supreme Court Allows Speed and Red-Light Cameras

Ohio Supreme Court Saves Speed Cameras Text of an Ohio Supreme Court ruling granting cities the authority to install speed and red light cameras without legislative authorization.The Ohio Supreme Court today issued a ruling upholding the right of municipalities to create new "civil penalties" for crimes already covered by criminal statutes. The long-awaited ruling gives the green light for Ohio cities to expand speed camera and red light camera camera programs, an authority which the state legislature had specifically declined to grant."Home rule jurisprudence has become confused over the years because different theories have been used to determine when an ordinance...

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Greene County Bar Memorial Service

Today, the Greene County Bar Association and the Greene County Common Pleas Court sat in special session to remember our fallen colleagues:  Ken Huntingdon, Richard Weade and Marshall Massie.  The service was officiated by J. Andrew Root (immediate past president of the GCBA) and was presided over by the honorable Timothy Campbell and Steven Wolaver.  Arthur Sidell spoke on behalf of his friend and partner Marshall Massie.  Following this moving memorial members of the bar shared stories of Mr. Massie.  Alan Anderson (now a Greene County Commissioner) spoke of his friend and partner Richard Weade and the impact that he...

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Drunk Driving Defense in Dayton, Ohio

Being arrested for DUI / OVI / OMVI / drunk driving / or drugs in Dayton, Ohio can seriously impact your life and the lives of those around you who you love and care about. Jail time, loss of drivers license or full driving privileges, unbearable insurance premiums can often come as the result of a drunk driving case handled in court improperly. The best way to handle a DUI charge in Dayton, Ohio is to retain a knowledgeable and aggressive Dayton Ohio lawyer. A DUI attorney is a necessity in most drinking and driving cases. These are criminal cases, involving...

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