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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "drunk driving" (Page 35)

Middletown DUI Checkpoint Tonight!

The Butler County OVI Task Force will conduct a low-manpower checkpoint on Ohio 4 in Middletown today.  The checkpoint will be open from 10 p.m. today until 4 a.m. Saturday, according to a release. “Officers and troopers will aggressively combat alcohol related crashes by combining the checkpoint with saturation patrols,” the release said.   If you find yourself in need of an attorney because you've been stopped at a checkpoint, CONTACT attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 318-1DUI or 1-888-ROWLAND; you can also call us at our AFTER-HOURS DUI Hot-line (937) 776-2671.  You should also check out the articles...

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Breath Testing: A Synopsis of the Intoxilyzer 8000

The Intoxilyzer 8000 breath test machine uses the method of INFRARED ABSORPTION to analyze a breath sample.  Unlike the BAC DataMaster, the Intoxilyzer 8000 uses a pulsed Infrared light source.  The wavelength frequency is 3.4 and 9.4 microns for ethanol and other interfering substances.  The decrease in intensity of the infrared light due to absorption by alcohol in the breath sample is proportional to the amount of alcohol in the breath.  The sample chamber holds 29.4 cc's of deep lung air for the Intoxilyzer 8000's analysis.  The information most recently shared by the Ohio Department of Health indicates that the...

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Good Job Ohio! Safe Thanksgiving Driving Reported

Image via WikipediaCongratulations Ohio! The Ohio Dept. of Public Safety announced numbers showing accidents down, fewer fatalities and only three alcohol-related fatalities throughout the state (down from 10 last year).   Our hope here at Dayton DUI is that drivers are motivated to make good decisions about alcohol use and that a designated driver is used when necessary. Thanks to everyone who used their head to keep everyone else safe.  Here is the official release from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. COLUMBUS – Provisional numbers released today by the Ohio Department of Public Safety show fewer motorists were killed on...

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Dayton DUI/OVI Defense for the Juvenile Defendant

Under 21 DUIs (Operating a Vehicle After Underage Consumption) Ohio has declared "WAR" on underage drinking by passing a series of laws designed to present a "zero tolerance" policy toward under 21 DUI/OVI.  If you are under 21 and test over .02% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) you can face penalties including up to 5 years without a driver's license, as well as up to 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.  An underage DUI (called OVUAC, or, "operating after underage consumption") can have consequences on academic/athletic scholarships, college admission, sports eligibility,job opportunities and may present other harsh unintended consequences.  Given...

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Vehicle Seizure in Ohio

Vehicle seizures in Ohio are governed by two separate statutory schemes.  The procedure for OVI vehicle seizures is governed by R.C. 4511.195 and the statutory outline for Driving Under Suspension (DUS) and Wrongful Entrustment Cases is controlled by R.C. 4510.  Your vehicle will be seized if you are charged with any of the following offenses:A second or greater OVI within six (6) years and/or any felony OVI offense; Driving Under Suspension, R.C. 4510.11(C)(2); Driving Under and OVI Suspension, R.C. 4510.14(B)(3)(d); Driving Under an FRA (Financial Responsibility Act) Suspension, R.C. 4510.16(B)(3); Wrongful Entrustment, R.C. 4511.203(C)(3); or Violation of an Immobilization Order, R.C. 4503.236(B).At or before your...

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DUI Tickets by Mail? (from www.theNewspaper.com)

Handheld device claims to remotely detect the presence of alcohol in a moving vehicle.Localities may one day issue tickets for the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) by mail. The Russian firm Laser Systems has developed Alcolaser, a device that uses lasers to remotely detect the presence of alcohol vapors in an automobile. The Alcolaser is available in either in the form of a handheld gun the size of a police radar or in a mounted version designed to work from a moving police car.The device takes about half-a-second to scan an automobile. According to the manufacturer,...

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Ohio Holiday Enforcement Initiative

Patrol announces two-week Holiday enforcement initiative The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced statewide plans for a two-week enforcement initiative which will begin Veteran's Day and run through Thanksgiving weekend in an effort to reduce fatal and injury crashes on area roads, while also arresting impaired drivers, apprehending wanted felons and interdicting drugs and weapons.  This initiative is the first in a series of initiatives that are planned throughout the rest of the year.Troopers will work closely with local law enforcement agencies in tactical squads to strictly enforce known crash-causing violations such as failure to yield, improper passing/lane changes, unsafe speed, and...

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Dayton Ohio DUI Defense: Where Do You Practice?

Charles M. Rowland II (www.DaytonDUI.com) has an extensive drunk driving defense practice which has allowed him to handle cases throughout Ohio. His primary base of operations remains the Miami Valley area which includes the following jurisdictions.Greene County: We provide services in Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Bowersville, Cedarville, Fairborn, Jamestown, Kettering, Shawnee Hills, Spring Valley, Wilberforce, Wright-Patterson AFB, Xenia and Yellow Springs. You can also visit www.BeavercreekDUI.com, www.BellBrookDUI.com, www.FairbornDUI.com, www.KetteringDui.com, www.WrightPattersonDUI.com,  www.XeniaDUI.com,  www.OhioDUIdefense.com or www.CharlesRowland.com Greene County is served by the Fairborn Municipal Court and the Xenia Municipal Court. Montgomery County: Dayton DUI services...

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