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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "ovi" (Page 3)

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Defense of an Ohio DUI or alcohol-related charge can be challenging. The main witnesses against you are the police. There is scientific evidence from the breath test, blood test or urine test that is presented against you.  Ohio has set strict limits on the ways the chemical tests can be attacked.  Your attorney will need to be familiar with the defenses and be skilled enough to present those to a judge or jury.  Often, a video tape of the arrest will be bolstered by the police officer's testimony.  Your performance on the standardized field sobriety tests may be damaging to...

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Wright State Weekend OVI Intervention Program Raising Rates

Wright State Weekend OVI Intervention Program Raising RatesBeginning on March 1st the popular Wright State University 72 hour weekend intervention class will be raising their rates from $300.00 per session to $350.00 per session.  To find out more about the nature of the program, how to pay or what happens during the sessions, visit their website by clicking the link above or contact: Weekend Intervention Program 6 S. Patterson Blvd., Third Floor Dayton, OH 45402 Phone: (937) 775-3050 Fax: (937) 775-2629 WIP@wright.eduIf you need help signing up for the program or have questions, you can also contact DaytonDUI at (937) 318-1384. "All I do is DUI defense."...

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Dayton OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II

Looking for a OVI attorney in Dayton, Ohio? Dayton OVI attorney, Charles M. Rowland II has been serving the people of Dayton since 1995. He focuses his practice exclusively on defending the accused drunk driver and has amassed an impressive number of credentials in his field. He was named "Top Attorney" in the area of OVI defense by Car & Driver (May 2013) and Time (August 2013). He is a former city prosecutor and special prosecutor in OVI cases. Charles Rowland has been an expert witness on matters of evidential breath testing, testifying on behalf of the United States government in...

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Less OVI Checkpoints, More OVI Arrests

If you want to hear about checkpoints in your area sign up for text alerts. Did you notice there were less OVI checkpoints this year? Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers made the decision to change from an OVI checkpoint strategy, to a more concentrated OVI patrol strategy.  So, how many OVI arrests did the Ohio State Highway Patrol make over night Dec. 31 into Jan. 1 in our area?  Numbers from a 12-county area, including Montgomery and Miami counties, shows 19 OVI offenses. Those numbers include:7 from the Dayton post that covers Montgomery and Preble counties; 2 from the Springfield...

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Ignition Interlock Bill Is Reintroduced

"Annie's Law" a bill that would require ignition interlocks for all first-time OVI (drunk driving) offenders is being reintroduced in the Ohio House. State Rep. Gary Scherer's new bill focuses on improving monitoring of ignition interlock devices and provides incentives for first-time offenders choosing to use an interlock device. There also are provisions to require notification when a device registers a failed attempt and possibly extending the use of the device for a failed attempt.The expensive ignition interlock system requires a person to exhale into it to test the breath for alcohol content. If the content is above the device’s programmed limit, it...

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Alcohol On Your Breath? So What!

Have we reached a point where the mere presence of alcohol on the breath is enough to place a person under arrest?  Did you take a Breathe Test in Ohio? Learn what it means for you in this video. We ask this question because the "odor of an alcoholic beverage" is the first and most relied upon clue an officer notes in his or her report.  Not only does it determine that the driver has been drinking but provides legal justification (reasonable suspicion) for continuing the stop for a DUI/OVI investigation.  Courts allow an officer to testify as to the odor and...

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Why Was I Charged With Two OVI Offenses?

Why Was I Charged With Two OVI Offenses?   Often, the arresting law enforcement officer will charge both the per se (you tested over the legal limit of .08) and appreciable impairment (you looked and acted drunk), knowing that you cannot be convicted of both.  In essence, the officer is hedging his bets, hoping that if your test is found to be faulty you can still be found guilty of being impaired.At your trial or sentencing hearing, your conviction will either be for the per se or appreciable impairment charge.  At DaytonDUI, we will help you understand the pros and cons of any plea agreement and empower...

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