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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "DUI/OVI attorney" (Page 3)

Why Was I Charged With Two OVI Offenses?

Why Was I Charged With Two OVI Offenses?   Often, the arresting law enforcement officer will charge both the per se (you tested over the legal limit of .08) and appreciable impairment (you looked and acted drunk), knowing that you cannot be convicted of both.  In essence, the officer is hedging his bets, hoping that if your test is found to be faulty you can still be found guilty of being impaired.At your trial or sentencing hearing, your conviction will either be for the per se or appreciable impairment charge.  At DaytonDUI, we will help you understand the pros and cons of any plea agreement and empower...

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Ohio OVI Laws: Immobilization (First Offense)

If you do not have a prior OVI offense, getting your car back is relatively easy as Ohio OVI laws do not authorize immobilization as a penalty for a first offense.  Here are the steps you should take to get your car back.Locate the proper tow lot; Gather enough cash (or other proper payment) to pay towing and storage fees; Gather proof of ownership; and If you were placed under and Administrative License Suspension, get a licensed driver to drive your car from the impound lot.If you have trouble with ANY of the items above, contact your OVI attorney and they will help get your...

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Top 10 Things A Good OVI Attorney Can Do For You

What are the top ten things a good OVI attorney can do for you? 1. Prove your innocence;2. Save your career;3. Protect your reputation;4. Get you back to driving;5. Keep you out of jail;6. Save your professional license, security clearance, college scholarship, etc.;7. Get your car out of impound;8. Save you money on fines, costs, reinstatement fees and insurance;9. Get you access to treatment if you need it; and10. Reduce your stress and worry by providing good counsel. I have been an OVI attorney for twenty years and I have limited my practice to exclusively impaired driving cases. I have some of...

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Charles M. Rowland II, DUI Defense Attorney

Charles M. Rowland II is 100 percent focused on DUI defense. By concentrating exclusively on defending clients who are accused of drunk driving, he is able to provide the very best representation possible. He is: Experienced – He has been practicing DUI defense law for 20 years and has attained certifications on the Intoxilyzer 8000 and the BAC DataMaster. He is one of only a handful of attorneys in the country to hold a Forensic Sobriety Assessment Certificate. He has received certification on the administration and evaluation of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and has been trained in the Drug Recognition...

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Charles M. Rowland II, OVI Defense Attorney

Charles M. Rowland II is 100 percent focused on OVI defense. By concentrating exclusively on defending clients who are accused of drunk driving, he is able to provide the very best representation possible. He is:Experienced – He has been practicing OVI defense law for 20 years and has attained certifications on the Intoxilyzer 8000 and the BAC DataMaster. He is one of only a handful of attorneys in the country to hold a Forensic Sobriety Assessment Certificate. He has received certification on the administration and evaluation of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and has been trained in the Drug Recognition...

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What Is The One Leg Stand Test?

THE ONE LEG STAND TEST In this test, the suspect is instructed to stand with one foot approximately six inches off the ground and count aloud by thousands (One thousand-one, one thousand-two, etc.) until told to put the foot down. The officer times the subject for 30 seconds. The officer looks for four indicators of impairment, including swaying while balancing, using arms to balance, hopping to maintain balance, and putting the foot down. NHTSA research indicates that 83 percent of individuals who exhibit two or more such indicators in the performance of the test will have a BAC of 0.08...

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New Restrictions For Juvenile Drivers In Ohio Begins Today

Beginning July 1, 2015, juvenile drivers issued a probationary license will face restrictions on when they can drive and how many passengers are allowed in the car while driving based on experience instead of age. This change is a result of Ohio’s Drive Toward a Safer Ohio Initiative and is an effort to increase the level of experience for Ohio’s young drivers.“The change in driving times and the passenger restrictions during the first 12 months of driving allows Ohio’s young motorists to gain more experience on the road, while reducing their risks,” said Karhlton Moore, Executive Director of the Office...

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Are You Hot? You Had Better Tell Your OVI Attorney

Sometimes having an experienced OVI attorney can make all of the difference.Breath testing equipment assumes that ALL people have an expired breath temperature of a constant 34 degrees centigrade and a constant body temperature of 37 degrees centigrade.  So, what happens if these assumptions are just a little off?The BAC will register 8.62% higher than normal for each degree that the breath temperature is above normal. So, a person registering a breath test of .143% with a body temperature of 104 degrees fahrenheit would actually have a BAC of .106%.  This means quite a bit as many prosecutors would be...

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