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Greene County, Ohio Law Enforcement Agencies (with links)

 Listed below are the names, addresses and phone numbers, including links, to the law enforcement agencies in Greene County, Ohio.  If you are arrested for OVI in Greene County, Ohio and need to get information about your case (such as police reports or information about vehicle impoundment) contact the numbers below.  Charles M. Rowland II has been an attorney in Greene County, Ohio for over fifteen years.  He has been the President of the Greene County Bar Association and has served on the board of Greene County's Mental Health & Drug and Alcohol Treatment provider (TCN-BHS).  Contact Charles M. Rowland...

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DUI Tickets by Mail? (from www.theNewspaper.com)

Handheld device claims to remotely detect the presence of alcohol in a moving vehicle.Localities may one day issue tickets for the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) by mail. The Russian firm Laser Systems has developed Alcolaser, a device that uses lasers to remotely detect the presence of alcohol vapors in an automobile. The Alcolaser is available in either in the form of a handheld gun the size of a police radar or in a mounted version designed to work from a moving police car.The device takes about half-a-second to scan an automobile. According to the manufacturer,...

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Ohio State Highway Patrol: Operation Safety Net Starts Tomorrow

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="183" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]Phase Three of “Operation Safety Net” starts tomorrow! The Ohio State Highway Patrol will once again join the New York State Police, Pennsylvania State Police, West Virginia State Police and U.S Border Patrol in the third phase of a concentrated traffic and criminal patrol operation starting tomorrow and continuing on and off throughout the summer in an effort to reduce fatal and injury crashes, while interdicting the criminal element.If you are charged with speeding, reckless operation or OVI (operating a vehicle while impaired) contact Ohio traffic attorney Charles M. Rowland II today at 1-888-ROWLAND or...

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Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test

Q. Why did the officer test my eyes with a pen?A. Officers look for a fluttering of the eyeball which, believe it or not, is indicative of alcohol consumption.  Officers look for a "distinct and sustained nystagmus" at "maximum deviation."  The video depicts one of the six clues that law enforcement are trained to look for in administering the horizontal gaze nystagmus test (the HGN or eye test).  Charles M. Rowland has received the same training as a police officer in administering and evaluating the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (including the HGN) and he is the only attorney in the...

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Dayton DUI Lawyer’s Creed; fight for the system

Our values suggest that when the government accuses you of a crime you have the right (and your attorney the duty) to challenge the evidence against you.  If attorneys vigorously fight your case, the police are trained to do a better job investigating and prosecuting crimes.  Judges who hold the state to a higher standard and prosecutors who properly exercise discretion, protect the citizens from tyranny.  Being pro-law enforcement should not ever mean we give police a pass, but that we hold them to such a standard that even in the most difficult case we trust the system.  This was...

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Junk Science in Ohio DUI/OVI Cases

[caption id="attachment_26" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Intoxilyzer 8000"][/caption]When you hear a DUI/OVI attorney decrying "junk science" that is used in court, they are most likely referring to the fact that the air blown into the breath test machine for purposes of testing cannot be the same air that is exchanged with the deep lung alveolar sacs. It is impossible to limit the breath test to limit itself to deep lung alveolar air. The theory breaks down because: IF THE MAJORITY OF AIR BEING MEASURED HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE BLOOD EXCHANGE THEN THE TEST IS NOT MEASURING THE AMOUNT...

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DUI/OVI Checkpoint Update May 7-10, 2010

We have checked with all of our regular sources and there are no planned DUI/OVI sobriety checkpoints this weekend.  Please be safe and designate a driver.  If you find yourself in need of an attorney contact Charles M. Rowland II on his 24/7 DUI Hotline at 937-776-2671 or visit www.DaytonDUI.com.  You can stay aware of DUI news by following Twitter.com/DaytonDUI and if you need immediate help, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500. ...

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Ohio State Highway Patrol Posts

The following is a contact list for our local Ohio State Highway Patrol Posts.  HERE is a link to their main site. Greene County Xenia Patrol Post 517 Union Road Xenia, OH 45385 phone: (937) 372-7671Montgomery County Dayton Patrol Post 400 Smith Drive Clayton, OH 45322 phone: (937) 832-3674Auglaize County Wapakoneta Patrol Post Route 5, Wapakoneta-Fisher Road Wapakoneta, OH 45895 phone: (419) 738-8010Clark CountySpringfield Patrol Post 4201 Gateway Blvd. Springfield, OH 45502 phone: (937) 323-9781 Miami County Piqua Patrol Post 401 West U.S. Route 36 Piqua, OH 45356 phone: (937) 773-1131 Note: Shelby County is patroled by the Piqua PostClinton County Wilmington Patrol Post 950 Rombach Avenue Wilmington, OH 45177 phone: (937) 382-2551 Note: Fayette County is patroled by the Wilmington Patrol PostAllen County Lima Patrol Post 2005 East...

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Dayton DUI, Dayton OVI Checkpoint Update

No checkpoints tonight!I have checked with Kettering PD, Beavercreek PD, Dayton PD, Clark, Montgomery, Clinton, and Greene County Ohio State Highway Patrol and WHIO News.Be safe and designate a driver. If you need a DUI attorney call me at 937-776-2671 or visit www.DaytonDUI.com.  Follow me on twitter (@DaytonDUI) to stay informed ...

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Posse Comitatus Act: Federal DUI Enforcement at Wright-Patterson AFB

Image via WikipediaQuestion: A client gets stopped by U.S. Air Force security personnel at the gate at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on suspicion of drunk driving.  Civilian client is then taken onto the base where he is given a breath test by a U.S. Air Force technician.  Civilian client is then cited and receives a summons to appear in Federal Court.  At no time during this process does he come in contact with any “civilian” law enforcement officer.  When the client comes to my office he asks how “military” forces have jurisdiction to enforce Ohio laws against civilians.  Going on he asks, “Doesn’t my arrest violate...

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