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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Ohio" (Page 77)

DUID: Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

Image via WikipediaSenate Bill 8 criminally penalizes motorists who drive with levels of THC above 2 ng/ml in their blood and/or levels of the inactive marijuana metabolite THC-COOH in their urine above 35 ng/ml. Ohio is only the third state to pass per se DUID (driving under the influence of drugs) legislation for motorists with trace levels of THC in their blood, and it is the sixth to criminalize motorists who drive with levels of non-psychoactive marijuana metabolites in their bodily fluid.NORML Senior Policy Analyst Paul Armentano called SB 8 an "all out assault on Ohio's marijuana smoking community." He said: "THC...

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Cincinnati DUI Checkpoint Set

Image via WikipediaThe Ohio State Highway Patrol along with units of the Cincinnati Police Department and the Hamilton County OVI Task Force, will conduct a DUI checkpoint Saturday night on Reading Road in Cincinnati.  The random stops will be made on Reading Road just north of Stony Brook Drive in Roselawn from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.  You should also watch out for saturation patrols and units which "chase" you should you turn to avoid the checkpoint.  Share the details of your stop with your Ohio DUI attorney.  Contact Charles M. Rowland II at 937-879-9542 or 1-888-769-5263 for a free...

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Ohio Sets New BOOZE Record

Image by chi-ryu via FlickrOhioans are buying the hard stuff!  The Ohio Commerce Deptartment reported sales for whiskey and other hard liquors set a record of $729.9 million in fiscal year 2008.  This represents an increase of 4.61% and net profits rose to $11.2 million over the previous year.  Ohio benefited to the tune of $163 million which was transfered to the State's general fund.In addition to the general fund money $30.4 million was given to retire bonds for small business loans; $14.9 million to retire Clean Ohio Revitilazation Bonds; $9.9 million to the Public Safety Department; $4.1...

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Ohio Changes Traffic Laws

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="108" caption="Image by liangjinjian via Flickr"][/caption]House Bill 2 changed the traffic laws of Ohio dramatically.  Here is a summary which can be found at the Ohio Department of Public Safety's website: http://publicsafety.ohio.gov/.  Three of the major legal changes are listed below. 1. Increase in speed limits for motor vehicles weighing in excess of eight thousand pounds empty weight or a noncommercial bus from the current 55 to 65 mph.  The new uniform limit would apply on certain interstate highways.  Citations for such vehicle violations will be issues as a violation of...

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Ohio Magistrates Are Governed by Crim.R. 19

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="210" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]When you are arrested on a criminal case, you may find yourself in front of a magistrate instead of a judge.  This is common, but may cause confusion if you are asked to give your consent to allow the magistrate to hear your case.  Set forth below is a cursory examination of the authority given to criminal magistrates in Ohio.Criminal Rule 19 governs the authority of magistrates in the municipal courts.  A court can refer to the magistrate any of the following: (1) Initial appearances and preliminary hearings conducted under Criminal Rule 5. (2)...

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Buckeye Traffic Information

Image via WikipediaA great web site for travelers is www.BuckeyeTraffic.org.  The site is run by the Ohio Department of Transportation and gives updates on weather, traffic, construction and other driver-relevant information.  If you want to know more about traffic laws within the State of Ohio, please contact traffic attorney Charles M. Rowland II at 937-879-9542 ...

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Montgomery County Prosecutor Provides a Free Ride

Image by OZinOH via FlickrIf you consume too much to drive this Fourth of July weekend and you are in Montgomery County your ride is free.  Operaton Arrive Safe, a program sponsored by the Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney's Office and the Ohio State Highway Patrol will pay for a cab to give you a lift.  This program, which was started in Christmas 2007, has provided over 800 cab rides to prevent drunk driving.  If you need a cab call (937) 449-9999.  Charles M. Rowland II provides a 24 hour DUI/OVI Hotline if you find yourself in trouble: (937) 776-2671 ...

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