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R.C. 4511.181, Prior Convictions

Ohio Revised Code 4511.181 sets forth the law of prior convictions in Ohio.  It states that "equivalent offenses" can include:A state OVI under 4511.19(A); A state OVUAC offense under 4511.19(B); [often referred to as a "baby" DUI or an "juvenile" DUI] A violation of a municipal OVI ordinance; Involuntary manslaughter due to impairment, R.C. 2903.04(D); Aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular homicide or vehicular manslaughter due to impairment, R.C. 2903.06(A)(1); Aggravated assault due to impaired driving, R.C. 2903.08(A)(1); Other state aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular homicide, vehicular manslaughter offenses under R.C. 2903.06, R.C. 2903.08 or former R.C. 2903.07 based on a finding of impairment; A violation of a municipal ordinance...

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Out of State DUI?

By Criminal Defense Attorney Mark J. Babb Many clients have asked us about the consequences of getting an out-of-state DUI.  The exact answer is different for every situation, but it generally relates to something called the interstate compact.  The interstate compact is a system put in place where states communicate driving infractions and other driver’s license information to each other.  Generally, states honor suspensions, forfeitures, and other traffic consequences from other states.  If you are convicted of an out of state DUI, the penalties in the state where the conviction took place are generally limited to that state.  However, if your...

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