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OVI Bail – Get Out of Jail!

OVI Bail - How To Get Out of Jail When you are arrested for OVI in Ohio, the police have the discretion to release you or to hold you in a local jail or release you (OVI bail). If you are held in jail, you will be given the opportunity to post a bond. The posting of a bond is often referred to as "making bail" or "bailing out" of jail. Why do you have to make bail? The purpose of bail bonds are to ensure that the defendant appears for all scheduled court hearings.Many jurisdictions in Ohio have a set...

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What Are The Different Types Of Bail Bonds?

When you are arrested for OVI in Ohio, the police have the discretion to release you or to hold you in a local jail. If you are held in jail, you will be given the opportunity to post a bond.  The posting of a bond is often referred to as  "making bail" or "bailing out" of jail.  Why do you have to make bail?  The purpose of bail bonds are to ensure that the defendant appears for all scheduled court hearings.Many jurisdictions in Ohio have a set amount of bail for a first-time OVI offender and you will be required to...

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What Happens At A DUI Arraignment?

The following will happen when you appear for your DUI arraignment.The Judge, will explain the complaint to you which details the offense(s) you are charged with, and will explain it to you if you do not understand the nature of the charge(s). The Judge will also advise you of the potential penalties.You will have the opportunity to ask questions that you have on the rights explained here, the charge, or the maximum penalty possible under the law.You will have the right to retain an attorney even if you intend to plead guilty, and a right to a reasonable continuance to...

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Making Bail In An OVI Case

Making bail in an OVI case is one of the first concerns you may have in your OVI case.  When you are arrested for OVI in Ohio, the police have the discretion to release you or to hold you in a local jail. If you are released, you are given a court date and it is your responsibility to show up at the designated time and place so that your case can proceed.  Failure to do so will result in an arrest warrant being issued.  The time and place of your appearance appears at the bottom of your ticket.  There you...

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Ohio DUI and SR-22 Insurance (by DaytonDUI)

The SR-22 is a form that your car insurance company  files with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.  The form provides the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles with proof of financial responsibility by showing that you have the required insurance coverages in effect.  The filing acts as a guarantee to the Ohio BMV that an insurance company has issued at least minimum liability coverage for the person making the filing.  An SR-22 also requires the insurance company to notify the Ohio BMV if you cancel your coverage, thus creating a system of continuous monitoring.  The BMV usually requires that you file...

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Making Bail In Your Ohio DUI Case

When you are arrested for OVI in Ohio, the police have the discretion to release you or to hold you in a local jail. If you are released, you are given a court date and it is your responsibility to show up at the designated time and place so that your case can proceed.  Failure to do so will result in an arrest warrant being issued.  The time and place of your appearance appears at the bottom of your ticket.  There you will find the date and the address of the court  where your case will be heard.If you are...

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Driving Under Suspension in Ohio

Image via WikipediaOhio’s Driving Under Suspension (DUS) law is formidable.  The statutory scheme encompasses over 20 different types of suspensions ranging from Automatic License Suspensions for DUI offenses to suspensions for failing to purchase adequate insurance coverage. Please click on the links below for specific information. If you need additional information on Ohio’s DUS law, or if you find yourself charged with Driving Under Suspension or any of the myriad offense that require contact with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, please contact Dayton traffic attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937)318-1DUI [318-1384] today. Types of Suspensions in Ohio12-Points Administrative License...

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Dayton Criminal Defense: Making Bail

When you are arrested in Ohio, the police have the discretion to release you or to hold you in a local jail. If you are released, you are given a court date and it is your responsibility to show up at the designated time and place so that your case can proceed.  Failure to do so will result in an arrest warrant being issued.  The time and place of your appearance appears at the bottom of your ticket.  There you will find the date and the address of the court  where your case will be heard.If you are held in jail,...

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Driving Privileges: How to get and keep them!

HOW DO I GET DRIVING PRIVILEGES IN MY OHIO OVI CASE? 1. Bring in or send us your proof of insurance.  This can be a card, or the declaration page of your insurance policy. • Is your name on the card?• Does your insurance cover the incident date?• Is this your first offense?  If not an SR-22 bond may be required prior to getting your privileges.• Contact us at 937-879-9542, or by fax at 937-879-0232,or by emailing our administrative staff at lgaipo3@yahoo.com.• Depending on the court you will be permitted up to  60 hours per week (TO, FROM AND DURING)...

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Ohio OVI Law: State v. Urso, (11th District)

State v. Urso, 2010-Ohio-2151This a bond case coming out of the Trumbull County Court of Common Pleas.  The defendant appeals an order  granting the state's motion to deny him pretrial bail, pursuant to R.C. 2937.222..  The Court denied bond based on the fact that D had 14 prior OVI convictions: 1982 (agg. veh. homicide), ''83, 83, ''85, ''89,''90,''90,''96,''96,''97,''00,''03,''03,''06 (felony), and the current case, along with the fact that he hadn''t had a valid license since 1979 and many other factors.   The Court of Appeals found the trial court's decision was justified in denying bond. ...

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