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How To Obtain Driving Privileges In The Xenia Municipal Court

Obtaining driving privileges in the Xenia Municipal Court is available via an online petition available HERE via the court website.  The Clerks have been instructed by Judge Michael K. Murry to reject applications for driving privileges unless the requests comply with the following requirements:The request must be completely legible. The request must be completely legible. The name, address, and telephone number of the applicant’s supervisor is evident on the application.If the applicant is requesting driving privileges during working hours, then an explanation of why the applicant needs to have driving privileges during the workday is necessary (i.e., deliver pizzas,...

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Franklin Municipal Court Drug Court Is Coming

Judge Rupert E. Ruppert of the Franklin Municipal Court will soon be implementing a drug and a mental health docket. The decision follows a decision by the Warren County Commission to hire a full-time magistrate to help implement the new dockets.  Greg Demos was picked by Judge Ruppert to be the Court's Magistrate. The plan is to have both of the programs up and running by June. The Franklin Municipal Court, like many courts in the Miami Valley, has been dealing with an increase in heroin cases in Franklin, Carlisle and Franklin Township. [see DDN story]We will report whether or not...

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Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Honored

Congratulation to Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Beth Root on her selection to the Fairborn City Schools Hall of Honor.  The Hall of Honor program recognizes the outstanding achievements of Fairborn graduates, former Fairborn faculty members and those community members who have provided exemplary service to the school district.Judge Root, a 1985 FHS Valedictorian will be honored in a ceremony on April 24th at the Fairborn High School Auditorium.Like Judge Root, we try to honor our home city of Fairborn by upholding the highest standards of the legal community. We hope that you consider us your Fairborn hometown attorneys. Call Charlie...

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The Kettering Municipal Court Welcomes Judge James Long

There is a new Judge in the Kettering Municipal Court.  Long-time Kettering City prosecutor and former Public Defender James F. Long was announced as the choice to fill the spot of retiring Judge Thomas Hanna.  Judge Long  has run his own law practice and is head coach as well as assistant program coordinator of the South Dayton Knights Basketball Club. He has coached and mentored a number of sports teams in and around Kettering.  Judge Long's educational background includes having earned a bachelor of arts in political science from Ohio Northern University and a juris doctorate from Ohio State University’s...

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Do You Face A Military OVI Charge?

Do you face a military OVI? The consequences of an OVI while serving active duty in the military can be devastating: dishonorable discharge, rank reduction, pay deduction, loss of security clearance, fines and jail time and mandatory military counseling sessions and potential exclusion from some sensitive operations.  Military regulations often subject its members to enhanced Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP), which go above and beyond the punishments allowed by civilian law.  We are seeing more cases where the leadership is “cracking down” on drunk driving offenses and promising to end the career of personnel who are found guilty of a military OVI offense.  This...

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The Importance of the Burden of Proof

We want our judges to stand up for the highest tenets of justice and apply the burden of proof in a fair and impartial way - especially when the pressure is on.  Here is a very pertinent quote from the Charlotte Observer. The law presumes every citizen innocent, even when charged with DWI. A judge violates the judicial oath when he or she presumes that a citizen charged with DWI is guilty, gives greater weight to the state's evidence, is predisposed to find for the state, or looks for ways to assist the state in the prosecution of a case. Judges...

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Huber Heights DUI Charge? Learn More Here

Huber Heights DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II has represented clients in the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division) since 1995.  He limits his practice to DUI defense and stays on the cutting edge of DUI science and the tactics necessary to defend your case.  Contact Huber Heights DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 318-1384 or 888-ROWLAND.  Here is some important information about the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division).  If you have a Huber Heights DUI charge, your case will be heard in the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division).  Many refer to Area II as the Huber Heights Municipal Court, but the court’s jurisdiction is larger,...

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There Is A New Judge In The Oakwood Municipal Court

The Oakwood Municipal Court will soon be under the leadership of Margaret M. Quinn.  She took 22 percent of the votes, or 724, with all precincts counted. Other candidates vying for the Oakwood Municipal Court bench included Ward Barrentine, Chris Conard, Chris Epley, Sara Hein, Michael Hochwalt, Brian Huelsman, and Richard Lipowicz.The Oakwood Municipal Court serves just 9,202 citizens and has a case load about one-tenth of another Montgomery County municipal court.  Oakwood Municipal Court serves the smallest municipal court population and second-smallest caseload in Ohio prompting some to wonder whether or not the Oakwood Municipal Court would be consolidated with...

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Mason OVI Attorney, Charles M. Rowland II

Mason OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II is ready to defend your case.  If you were cited or the incident happened in the city of Mason or Deerfield Township, your case will be in Mason Municipal Court.  You will appear before Judge D. Andrew Batsche at 5950 Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, Ohio 45040.  You can reach the court at (513) 398-7901.  The Court operates between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and  4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  The Court allow On-Line Payments and access to Public Records/Case Look-Up.Mason OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II dedicates his practice to defending the accused drunk driver in the Miami Valley and...

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Piqua OVI Attorney, Charles M. Rowland II

People looking for a Piqua OVI Attorney should check out  www.PiquaDUI.com.Piqua OVI attorney, Charles M. Rowalnd II has been representing people accused of drunk driving since 1995 and regularly appears in all Miami County Courts.  PiquaDUI.com was developed to provide practical information regarding Piqua‘s tough drunk driving law. There you will find information on DUI (now called OVI) law in theMiami County Municipal Court and in the Miami County Common Pleas Court.  The Judges who will hear your case in the Miami County Municipal Court are the Honorable Elizabeth S. Gutman and the Honorable Gary Nasal. Judge Gutman’s office can be reached at (937) 440-3936. Judge Nasal’s...

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