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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Non-Resident Violator Compact"

Driving Under Suspension in Ohio

Image via WikipediaOhio’s Driving Under Suspension (DUS) law is formidable.  The statutory scheme encompasses over 20 different types of suspensions ranging from Automatic License Suspensions for DUI offenses to suspensions for failing to purchase adequate insurance coverage. Please click on the links below for specific information. If you need additional information on Ohio’s DUS law, or if you find yourself charged with Driving Under Suspension or any of the myriad offense that require contact with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, please contact Dayton traffic attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937)318-1DUI [318-1384] today. Types of Suspensions in Ohio12-Points Administrative License...

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Ohio Out-of-State DUI Issues

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption] Dayton DUI Defense Attorney Can Represent Your Out-of State DUI States use two reporting systems to share information about a DUI arrest.  The Non-Resident Violator Compact (NVRC) is a group of states that share information about an out-of-state DUI arrest.  Other states belong to the Inter-State Driver's License Compact, which operates to share information so that you have one driving record for all offenses no matter where the offense occurred.  Ohio joined the NVRC in 1985 and the Inter-State Compact in 1987. The Interstate Compact is a multi-state agreement between participating states to share...

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Interstate Driver License Compact

The Interstate Driver License Compact is an agreement between 45 member states to exchange arrest information for certain traffic violations, including DUI.  For example, if you are arrested in Ohio for DUI, Ohio will inform your home state.  Your home state may take no action, immediate action or treat the offense as if it occurred in your home state for licensure purposes.  The intended goal of the Compact was to prevent the occurrence of multiple driving records that were “hidden” from other states.  Currently there are five states that are...

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