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Ohio DUI Law: Random Plate Checks

A driver has no reasonable expectation of privacy in a license plate number since it must be openly displayed under O.R.C. 4503.21.  In State v. Bates, 1987 WL 15817 (Ohio Ct. App. 9th Dist. Medina County) (1987), the 9th District Court of Appeals held that information obtained by an officer who "runs your license plate" may provide reasonable suspicion" to justify a traffic stop.  See also, Rocky River v. Saleh, 139 Ohio App.3d 313, 743 N. E. 2d 944 (8th Dist. Cuyahoga County 2000).  The Bates Court held that although a random vehicle stop without  reasonable suspicion of criminal...

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Ohio DUI Law: State v. Buitrago

State v. Buitrago, 2010-Ohio-1984, 93380 (OHCA8) Defendant-appellant, Mitchell ,  lost control of the car, struck the center median, and spun to a stop. Both of the passengers in his car were injured.  He was convicted of two counts of aggravated vehicular assault (one count for each person).  He argues that he should only be sentenced on one count of aggravated vehicular assault because his action arose out of one course of conduct.The 8th District Court of Appeals held that since there are two victims there are two seperate crimes that are not of similar import.  Defendant can...

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