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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "greene county" (Page 7)

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Image via CrunchBaseFollow Charlie on Twitter @ www.Twitter.com/daytondui.Is your jurisdiction conducting a DUI checkpoint this weekend?  How much do you know about the prohibition movement?  Are you following the Courts and how they affect you?  Charlie will keep you informed.  Charles M. Rowland II has worked hard to distinguish himself as one of the most credentialed DUI (now called OVI) attorneys in the Miami Valley.  If you need an aggressive DUI/OVI/Drunk driving attorney contact Charles Rowland today at 937-879-9542. ...

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Greene County Bar Association goes to the Cincinnati Reds game

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="112" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]Today the Greene County Bar Association will meet in special session at the Fox & Hound Pub.  After a short business meeting we will embark on a journey to the Cincinnati Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies (12:35) and then on to Argosy casino. I'll try to post some pictures of the trip if they are palatable. ...

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Xenia Ohio’s Greene County Courthouse

Greene County Courthouse The Greene County Courthouse was designed by architect Samuel Hannaford and built in 1902. Located at 45 North Detroit St. in the county seat of Xenia, the building is still in use and today houses the Greene County Court of Common Pleas and its probate court.The courthouse features Richardsonian Romanesque style architecture and is made of solid Bedford stone. Above the main courtroom is a large, 18-foot-by-10-foot stained glass window titled “Justice is Blind.” The structure survived a tornado in 1974 with very little damage; however, the town of Xenia was heavily damaged and 34 people were killed.Greene...

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Reasonable Articulable Suspicion Defined by Second District

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="192" caption="Image by Jason Rojas via Flickr"][/caption]In State v. Swartz , the Second District, following a line of its own cases, upheld a decision of the Miami County Municipal Court, ruling that a Trooper did not have reasonable articulable suspicion to subject the defendant to standardized field sobriety tests. This is a MUST READ decision for anyone who practices DUI/OVI law in Ohio. ...

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Ohio Drunk Driving Fatalities Fall (again!)

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="144" caption="Good Job Ohio!"][/caption]The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting that fatalities on Ohio roads due to drunk driving has fallen again this holiday season.  Four people died this year as a result of an alcohol-related accident.  This report encompasses the entirety of the Christmas Holiday weekend (December 24 through December 28).  The totals last year were 14 deaths with 7 being alcohol-related (as defined by the Ohio State Highway Patrol).  This year has also been a safer year overall.  Five fatal OVI-related crashes have occurred in Greene County, six...

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Xenia Daily Gazette: Kreitz Found Not Guilty

6/12/2008 11:37:00 PMCharles Caperton/Greene County DailiesJoseph Kreitz, 34, during trial in Common Pleas Court earlier this week, was found not guilty of two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide from a traffic crash on Jasper Road in August of 2005 that killed Tina Freelan and Joshua Day both of Xenia, who were passengers in his car.Kreitz found not guilty of vehicular manslaughterAARON KEITH HARRIS Staff WriterXENIA — Jurors in the trial of a Xenia man accused of killing two friends in a drunk-driving accident on his birthday in August 2005 took about three hours Thursday to find him not guilty.Joseph W....

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NOT GUILTY!

As I write this post I am overtaken with exhaustion and a great sense of relief and gratitude.  A Greene County jury has just returned verdicts of "NOT GUILTY" in the matter of State v. Kreitz. This was my first homicide case and I was convinced of the innocence of my client.  To prove his innocence I was aided by remarkable co-counsel Richard Brown and Mark Babb.  This case was laden with forensic science, accident reconstruction, DNA, foot print evidence and DUI scientific issues.  I would never have been able to navigate these issues without the help of Lee Edwards,...

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