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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Miamisburg" (Page 22)

Dayton Sobriety Checkpoint is a Bust

Image via WikipediaThe sobriety checkpoint Friday, Oct. 30 on North Dixie Drive produced only three arrests for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.  Other citations included nine charges for driving under suspension or without a license, and 21 other violations, including traffic, seat belt and child restraint issues.The checkpoint was set up from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Montgomery County Combined Agency O.V.I. Task Force, and included saturation patrols in the area surrounding the checkpoint. The sheriff’s office and task force plan extra patrols throughout the Halloween...

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No DUI/OVI Checkpoints Tonight for Dayton, Fairborn, Beavercreek, Springfield or Xenia, Ohio

Image by Renegade98 via FlickrI have checked with WHIO News, the Greene County Ohio State Highway Patrol Post, the Montgomery County Ohio State Highway Patrol Post, the Clark County Ohio State Highway Patrol Post, the Greene County Sheriff and all the other media sources.  All report that there will be no sobriety checkpoints this weekend (Oct 23-25).You can keep abreast of all checkpoints in the Miami Valley by following me on Twitter: www.twitter.com/DaytonDUI.  Have a safe weekend! ...

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Is Binge Drinking a College Epidemic?

Image by animakitty via FlickrMany thanks to Dr. David J. Hanson at the Sociology Departmet at SUNY for this great information:Is binge drinking is an epidemic problem on college campuses in Dayton?Fact: Binge drinking is clinically and commonly viewed as a period of extended intoxication lasting at least several days during which time the binger drops out of usual life activities. Few university students engage in such bingeing behavior. However, a number sometimes consume at least four drinks in day (or at least five for men). Although many of these young people may...

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R.C. 4511.22 Slow Speed

Image via Wikipedia(A) No person shall stop or operate a vehicle, trackless trolley, or street car at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, except when stopping or reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or to comply with law.(B) Whenever the director of transportation or local authorities determine on the basis of an engineering and traffic investigation that slow speeds on any part of a controlled-access highway, expressway, or freeway consistently impede the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, the director or...

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Ohio Speed Limit Update

Image by bredgur via FlickrSubject: Ohio H.B. 162-Speed limit to 70 mphOn Wednesday, June 3, 2009, The Ohio House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will hold a second hearing for H.B. 162 that would raise the speed limit to 70 m.p.h. on Ohio's Interstates. The hearing will take place at 10:30 AM in Room 017 (in the basement of the Statehouse). The agenda states that the hearing is open to Proponents, Opponents, and Interested Parties.You can be sure that the government and insurance representatives will be there to claim the entire population of Ohio will...

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Drunk Driving Winter Crackdown Announced by NHTSA

Image via WikipediaNew National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) research shows that between 2002 and 2006, nearly four fatalities out of 10 involved alcohol-impaired crashes in the last two weeks of December. The new study also found that 21-24 year-old drivers are involved in more alcohol-impaired fatal crashes than any other age group, announced NHTSA Acting Administrator David Kelly today.“Drunk driving is one of the most serious, and preventable, dangers we face on our roadways,” Kelly said. “Sadly, the death toll from drunk-driving crashes is higher between Christmas and New Year’s than ...

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Ohio BMV; How Many Points is Your Offense?

Here, courtesy (and with permission of) DUI attorney Mark Gardner is a list of violations and their resulting Ohio BMV "POINTS." Ohio BMV "Points".CODE VIOLATION POINTS OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION01 Perjury/False Info 0 2921.1102 OVI-Alcohol/Liquor 6 4511.19A03 DR w/o Owner Consent 6 2913.0304 MTR Vehicle Felony 6 2913.0206 Hit Skip/Leave Scene 6 4549.02/02107 Driving Under Susp/Rev 6 4510.11 (C)(1)08 Drag Racing/Street 6 4511.25109 Flee/Elude Officer 6 2921.331 (A) & (B)10 Stop Sign 2 4511.4311 Traffic Control Lights 2 4511.13-1513 Vio-RR Crossing 2 4511.61-6414 Traffic Cont Dev/Signs 2 4511.1216 Hit-Skip Private Prop 2 4549.0318 No Child Restraint 0 4511.8119 Vehicular Assault 6 2903.08 (A)(2)20 Speed (# in excess of speed) 4/2/0 4511.2121 Slow Speed 2 4511.2222 Driving Under FRA Susp 6 4510.16(A)23 Following To Close 2 4511.3424 Speed (# in excess of speed) 4/2/0 4511.2125 Speed Commercial 4/2/0 4506.1626 OVI.04 Commercial vary 4506.1528 Disregard of Safety 4 4511.2029 Disregard  Saf Priv/Prop 2 4511.20130 VIO-One Way Traf 2 4511.3231 Driving Left of Center 2 4511.29-3032 FTY Ped/Blind 2 4511.46-4733 Crossing Yellow Line 2 4511.3035 Rt Side of Roadway 2 4511.2536 Crossing Divided Hwy 2 4511.3537 VIO-Traf Lanes/Lines/Safety Zone 2 4511.30-6038 FTY Right of Way 2 4511.41-4239 Opp Veh Traf VIO 2 4511.2640 Improper Passing 2 4511.2841 Vio-When Being Passed 2 4511.2742 Stopped...

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Protecting Your Ohio Driver’s License After Your OVI Case

Dealing with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles can be a nightmare. So, you will want to avoid problems before they rear their ugly heads. Don't worry! You can make this as painless as possible by following these simple rules. 1. Make sure the BMV knows how to reach you. The burden is upon you to notify them of any address change. Courts will accept their statement that they sent you information at your last known address as valid even if you did not get it. You can apply for an address change on line here.2. Make sure the court knows...

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