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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "DUI/OVI attorney" (Page 67)

Ohio Traffic Law Crackdown

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="www.OhioDUIdefense.com"][/caption]Ohio Patrol part of holiday crackdown Ohio law enforcement authorities are participating in a regional crackdown on holiday motorists who violate seat belt and other traffic safety laws.Midwest administrator Michael Witter with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the effort is focusing on nighttime hours from Tuesday through this weekend and has a simple goal: to save lives. He says officers don't enjoy writing tickets but it's far worse to have to notify next of kin after a fatal crash.The State Highway Patrol says 14 people were killed in...

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Dayton Issues DUI “Party Plates”

By Lucas Sullivan Staff Writer Wednesday, October 01, 2008Since 2004, Ohio law has required that judges assign special license plates to drivers with multiple drunken-driving convictions who still need a car.But only 8,500 vehicles bore these "DUI plates" through the end of last year even though 33,000 Ohio drivers have five or more drunken driving convictions, according to the Ohio Department of Public Safety.The reluctance by Municipal Court judges to issue these plates is evident in Montgomery County, which ranks last among Ohio counties with at least 500,000 residents, in the...

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Dayton Ohio DUI, Drunk Driving Checkpoint Set

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Justice Clarence Thomas"][/caption]This weekend the Combined Agency DUI Task Force of Montgomery County will conduct a checkpoint.  The officers will stop cars without any probable cause and make intrusive inquiries into an area formerly off limits based on Constitutional principles.  Many argue that this is un-American.  Writing for the dissent in the case of Michigan v. Sitz, Justice Stevens (joined separately by Justices Brennan and Marshall) wrote, "The most disturbing aspect of the Court's decision today is that it appears to give no weight to the citizen's interest...

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I’m Fighting MADD!

I am going to respond, once and for all, to the people who respond to this blog with anger and threats.  Of course, I appreciate that drunk driving is dangerous, tragic and unnecessary.  I have three children who I pray will never drive drunk and who will never be the victim of a drunk driver.  Those of you who wish harm on them are sick, mean and perverted.  Drunk driving is a crime and should be a crime.  However, I do not believe that we should abandon our constitutional protections.  We should...

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Ohio DUI Refusal Laws

Here, in answer to a written question from Vandalia, Ohio, is the high-tier urine, plasma, blood and  refusal statutes.  If you need representation for a DUI (now called OVI; operating a vehicle impaired), in the Vandalia Municipal Court, or throughout Ohio, please contact Charles M. Rowland II  at 937-879-9542.Offense Code Section Basis of OffenseDUI 4511.19 (A)(1)(f) Blood Test with a concentration equal to or greater than .17 of 1% by weight of alcohol in the whole blood.DUI 4511.19(A)(1)(g) The person has a concentration of two hundred four-thousandths (.204) of one per cent or more by weight per unit volume of alcohol in the person's blood serum...

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BAC DataMaster DMT

Released in 2004, the DataMaster DMT represents a quantum leap in technology for the breath testing industry. From the outset, the design philosophy was to combine the proven analytic portion of previous DataMasters with a flexible and scalable user interface in a service-friendly instrument. The result was the first breath alcohol tester to utilize a graphics capable touch screen display and a powerful embedded PC able to take advantage of many off the shelf PC peripherals available on the market. This provides a dynamic control platform that is easily configured to satisfy any present and future needs of the customer.The...

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Ignition Interlock for Repeat DUI Offenders

Statement of Attribution to Andrea C. Rehkamp, Executive Director, MADD Southwestern Ohio Affiliate (COLUMBUS, Ohio) – February 21, 2008 – In Ohio alone, there are 147,000 people who have been convicted of three or more DUI offenses with more than 33,000 of those people having five or more DUI convictions. Drivers who are intoxicated will continue to get behind the wheel because they can. That’s why states across the country – including Ohio – are considering legislation that requires alcohol ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers. Families of victims/survivors of drunk driving, like that of William Sandlin, deserve more. Butler County resident...

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Drunk Driving Defense in Dayton, Ohio

Being arrested for DUI / OVI / OMVI / drunk driving / or drugs in Dayton, Ohio can seriously impact your life and the lives of those around you who you love and care about. Jail time, loss of drivers license or full driving privileges, unbearable insurance premiums can often come as the result of a drunk driving case handled in court improperly. The best way to handle a DUI charge in Dayton, Ohio is to retain a knowledgeable and aggressive Dayton Ohio lawyer. A DUI attorney is a necessity in most drinking and driving cases. These are criminal cases, involving...

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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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DUI Rules for Truck Drivers and CDL Holders

For operator's of a commercial vehicle requiring a CDL it is a criminal offense to drive (not operate) a commercial vehicle with a detectable amount of alcohol or controlled substance in the blood, breath or urine or with an alcohol concentration of .04% or more. In addition, if the concentration is high enough, truckers face the possibility of being prosecuted under the standard D.U.I. law. Pursuant to O.R.C. 4506.15(F) it is a criminal offense for a commercial driver to refuse to submit to alcohol or drug testing. If the driver refuses his/her CDL will be administratively suspended by the Bureau of...

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