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The Day I Served A Warrant!

The Day I Served A Warrant! At the end of my second year of law school, I did an internship at the Meigs County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.  I learned a great deal about criminal law, police procedure and had my first real taste of what it would be like to be an attorney.Near the end of my internship I was told that a wanted felon was spotted near a house.  I was also made aware that there were guns suspected to be in the house.  Meigs County Sheriff James  Soulsby formed a massive team of deputies to go to the house...

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Fairborn Municipal Court Jury Trial Status

The Fairborn Municipal Court website allows you to check the status of their jury trials on-line [HERE]. This means that instead of showing up at the court unnecessarily, you can check on-line.  The site also gives you a telephone number (937) 754-3040, which provides updated information on whether or not a jury trial will go forward on a certain date.Fairborn Municipal Court services Beavercreek, Fairborn and Bath Township and has concurrent jurisdiction with areas adjacent to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. If you are arrested for an OVI offense and need an attorney who regularly appears in the Fairborn/Beavercreek Municipal Court,...

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Dayton Cop Block Protests At OVI Checkpoint

The controversy surrounding OVI checkpoints continues.  Citizens opposing the infringement on their Constitutional rights gathered together recently to protest at the OVI checkpoint held in Washington Township on March 17th (St. Patrick's Day).  The Dayton Cop Block organization vows to be present at other OVI checkpoints in the Miami Valley.As you watch the video you will see both protesters and police behaving very well.  The police officers are doing what they can to keep people safe and the protesters are voicing their dissent in a peaceful way. There could be nothing more American than that.As you are aware, this author...

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DUI Expungements Still Not A Reality In Ohio

Ohio Senate Bill 143 (OH SB143) was passed in the Senate June 4, 2014, and signed by Gov. John Kasich June, 2014. The new expungement law shall become effective September 19, 2014.  This follows the 2012 change to Ohio's expungement law (Ohio Senate Bill 337) which changed the requirement of “first offender” to “eligible offender,” expanding the types of convictions and how many convictions that a person can seal and expunge from their criminal record.  Under the new law, even more people may be eligible for an expungement.  Are DUI charges now eligible for expungement? No!Significant provisions of the new...

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Kettering Municipal Court Statistics Show Drop In Cases

The Kettering Municipal Court appears to have experienced a significant reduction in the number of cases it is handling.  According to statistics HERE, the number of cases heard has dropped from 17,369 in 2013 to 15,819 in 2014.  But that does not tell the whole story.Despite the drop in total number of cases, criminal cases are up. The court dealt with 2,707 criminal cases in 2013 and saw that number rise to 2,876 in 2014.  Similarly, civil/small claims filing rose from 1,219 to 1,364.  The drop looks to be a reduced traffic docket.  Traffic cases dropped from 13,443 in 2013...

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St. Paddy’s Day Dayton DUI Checkpoint In Washington Twp

The Montgomery County Sheriff and the Montgomery County OVI Task Force will be conducting a St. Patrick's Day sobriety checkpoint on Tuesday from 7 to 11 p.m. in Washington Twp.  Dayton will be alive today as we simultaneously celebrate the First Four with our very own Dayton Flyers participating.  It is also St. Patrick's Day and Dayton loves to celebrate. Learn about the next DUI checkpoint in Dayton by receiving text alerts. We encourage you to plan ahead, be responsible and know your rights! If you need to speak to an OVI (Drunk Driving) Attorney, contact Dayton DUI Attorney Charles M....

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Middletown OVI Checkpoint (Friday, March 14, 2015)

The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced a Middletown OVI checkpoint tonight beginning at 9 p.m. at Verity Parkway/Rt. 4 near 18th Ave.  This is part of the statewide, grant-funded St. Patrick's Day enforcement effort. Sign up for text alerts to get notified on your phone of OVI checkpoint. You can expect to see an increased number of officers on the road.  99 local law enforcement agencies around the state will be conducting more than 2,100 hours of enforcement activity and 1,900 hours of saturation patrols in addition to 15 sobriety checkpoints, funded by federal grants provided through the Patrol’s Ohio Traffic...

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Oakwood DUI Charges in the Oakwood Municipal Court

Oakwood, Ohio and all Oakwood DUI charges are served by the Oakwood Municipal Court (click HERE for link to the Court). The court hears all misdemeanor cases, arraignments and traffic violations, as well as preliminary hearings on felony cases. The court also hears small claims and civil cases. Most cases are heard on Thursday mornings beginning at 8:30 a.m., and trials are usually held on Friday.If you are arrested for OVI in Oakwood, you will appear in the Oakwood Municipal Court, 30 Park Avenue , in Oakwood’s Municipal Building. Hearings and trials are held in the same chamber wherein the...

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Dayton DUI Is Back!

Did you miss us? DaytonDUI.com has a new look and some great new features. I am proud of the new look and hope that you feel the same way.  Gone are the familiar green bottles and in their place we have new splash graphics and cleaner, sleeker look.  It is less wordy and more user-friendly.We were also able to fully integrate the Dayton DUI Blog and have more functionality.  The social stream is still available and we have made the site better for your mobile devices.  I am sure there will be some things that will be quirky, so if you...

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