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Kettering DUI: Rules for making bail in Kettering Municipal Court

The Kettering Municipal Court, has some great information on posting a bond, types of bonds (cash or surety) and on getting your bond back at the end of the case.  You can access this site above or go to www.KetteringDUI.com.  Charles M. Rowland II regularly appears in the Kettering Municipal Court on behalf of defendants accused of driving while impaired (now known in Ohio as OVI; operating a vehicle impaired).  If you find yourself in need of an attorney in the Kettering Municipal Court, please contact attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 879-9542.Posting Bond: When someone is arrested, it may be...

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Ohio Supreme Court Allows Speed and Red-Light Cameras

Ohio Supreme Court Saves Speed Cameras Text of an Ohio Supreme Court ruling granting cities the authority to install speed and red light cameras without legislative authorization.The Ohio Supreme Court today issued a ruling upholding the right of municipalities to create new "civil penalties" for crimes already covered by criminal statutes. The long-awaited ruling gives the green light for Ohio cities to expand speed camera and red light camera camera programs, an authority which the state legislature had specifically declined to grant."Home rule jurisprudence has become confused over the years because different theories have been used to determine when an ordinance...

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F.A.A. Issues Rule on Pilots and Alcohol Use

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="83"] Image via Wikipedia[/caption]Originally Published on Aeronet Fri, 23 Jun '06It's now a matter of law. The FAA Thursday issued a long-awaited final ruling on alcohol and drug abuse, under which a pilot who either refuses a drug or alcohol test at the airport, or is found with a blood-alcohol content of more than .04-percent, will lose his medical certificate.The same rules would apply to air traffic controllers, as well. The rule also standardizes the deadline for reporting positive tests or refusals.The changes go into effect July 21, 2006. The new rules were met with opposition from the...

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