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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "dui" (Page 109)

Protecting Your Ohio Driver’s License After Your OVI Case

Dealing with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles can be a nightmare. So, you will want to avoid problems before they rear their ugly heads. Don't worry! You can make this as painless as possible by following these simple rules. 1. Make sure the BMV knows how to reach you. The burden is upon you to notify them of any address change. Courts will accept their statement that they sent you information at your last known address as valid even if you did not get it. You can apply for an address change on line here.2. Make sure the court knows...

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Working Hard to be the Best DUI Attorney in Ohio

At least until September, I am the only Ohio attorney certified on the newest version of the BAC DataMaster and the Intoxilyzer 8000.  Couple this with the fact that my National Patent training included the new DataMaster DMT, and I am fairly confident in my ability to understand your breath test and apply the best scientific defense available.  I am busting my ass to be the best DUI attorney that I can be.  If you want an attorney who will work amazingly hard to win your case, contact me today at 937-879-9542 or 1-888-769-5263. ...

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F.A.A. Issues Rule on Pilots and Alcohol Use

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="83"] Image via Wikipedia[/caption]Originally Published on Aeronet Fri, 23 Jun '06It's now a matter of law. The FAA Thursday issued a long-awaited final ruling on alcohol and drug abuse, under which a pilot who either refuses a drug or alcohol test at the airport, or is found with a blood-alcohol content of more than .04-percent, will lose his medical certificate.The same rules would apply to air traffic controllers, as well. The rule also standardizes the deadline for reporting positive tests or refusals.The changes go into effect July 21, 2006. The new rules were met with opposition from the...

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