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Drugged Driving Defense: The ARIDE Program

Drugged Driving defense attorneys are going to have to learn about the ARIDE program.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s ARIDE course is described as a bridge between the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) courses.  ARIDE, which stands for Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement, is a 16-hour course that claims to teach officers how to look for signs of drug impairment (drugged driving) during traffic stops.  The SFST program trains officers to identify and assess drivers suspected of being under the influence of alcohol, while the DEC/DRE program provides more advanced training to evaluate suspected...

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Continues Until New Year’s Day

The days between Christmas and New Year's Day are targeted for DUI enforcement via the government's "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.  Law enforcement in Ohio every State and most U.S. towns and cities will be cracking down on drunk driving from December 13 through New Year's Day.  You can also expect a full media "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" blitz with the now familiar "they will see you before you see them" warnings.  [Editor's Note: Could there be a more tone deaf message in this age of government surveillance?]  Stay tuned to this blog and our Facebook,...

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Underage Consumption And Ohio’s College Students: Know Your Rights

Being charged with "underage consumption" is a common occurrence on Ohio college campuses.  The crime of underage consumption is a violation of Ohio Revised Code, which prohibits possessing, consuming or being under the influence of alcohol under the age of 21.  Holding an alcoholic beverage and/or being intoxicated in a public place is enough to sustain the charge.  Students sometimes mistakenly believe that an officer must give them a breathalyzer test to "prove" intoxication.  This is not the law.  College students often compound their problems by being so scared of being arrested for underage consumption that they provide false information to the...

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Pay Your Ticket Online At The Fairborn Municipal Court

The Fairborn Municipal Court allows you to pay your tickets online.  The following excerpts are taken directly from the Fairborn Municipal Court website and are meant to help you access this service.Ohio law allows certain traffic citations to be resolved by a Traffic Violations Bureau instead of appearing in Court. If your citation qualifies, payment can be made to the Fairborn Municipal Court either in person, by mail, or now online, as long as it is received by the Fairborn Municipal Court Clerk's office prior to the Court date and time which can be found on the bottom of your...

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Find Your Lebanon DUI Attorney

Find information about Lebanon DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland II at www.LebanonDUI.com.  The Lebanon Municipal Court handles cases arising in Lebanon or Turtlecreek Township.   The Lebanon Municipal Court is located at 50 South Broadway in downtown Lebanon across the street from the Golden Lamb restaurant.  The Court is presided over by Judge Mark R. Brogen.  To reach the court, please call (513) 933-7210 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  To look up cases in the Lebanon Municipal Court please go HERE and to access daily docket information please visit HERE.  You can find out more at the links below.Map to Lebanon Municipal Court Bond Schedule Court Rules Court FormsHiring...

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Dealing With A Christmas Party DUI Charge

'Tis the season for Christmas parties and Christmas party DUI arrests.  If you are arrested for a Christmas party DUI you may be thinking, "What do I do now?"  Being arrested for DUI is a frightening and traumatic experience.  Our clients often struggle to deal with the stigma and shame associated with a DUI arrest.  Many strong people are brought to tears when telling a loved-one about their arrest.  Complicating matters is a palpable sense that everything is spinning out of control.  Charles Rowland and the staff at DaytonDUI have been helping people through this process for over seventeen years.  We want to...

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Court’s Find A Way To Protect Intoxilyzer 8000

Ohio Courts are slowly fixing the Intoxilyzer 8000 implementation issues and (surprise!) they are not resolving the issues in favor of the accused.In State v. McMahon, 2013-Ohio-2557, the implementation of the Intoxilyzer 8000 was challenged due to confusion in the Ohio Administrative Code sections dealing with "operators."  It was alleged that the Ohio Department of Health failed to establish qualifications for issuing permits for Intoxilyzer 8000 operators as required by R.C. 4511.19 and 3701.143.  The court ruled that R.C. 3701.143 authorizes the director of health to issue permits to breath-alcohol machine operators, and we found the ODH’s position that an...

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Ohio’s Revised Booster Seat Law

If you have a child, you need to comply with Ohio's Booster Seat Law.As of Oct. 7, 2009, Ohio’s Booster Seat Law requires all children to use belt-positioning booster seats once they outgrow their child safety seats (usually at 4 years old and 40 pounds) until they are 8 years old, unless they are at least 4 feet, 9 inches (57 inches) tall.Ohio’s revised child restraint law requires the following:Children less than 4 years old or 40 pounds must use a child safety seat. Children less than 8 years old, unless they are at least 4 feet, 9 inches tall must use...

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Clinton County OVI Attorney Charles Rowland

If you face a Clinton County OVI charge, check out the Clinton County OVI section of our blog or visit www.WilmingtonDUI.com.  WilmingtonDUI.com was developed to provide practical information regarding Wilmington and Clinton County‘s tough drunk driving law. Here you will find information on OVI law in the Clinton County Municipal Court and the Clinton County Common Pleas Court. If you find yourself accused of a crime contact Charles M. Rowland II at the number provided above or on the after hours DUI HOTLINE 937-776-2671. If you’ve been charged with a Clinton County OVI, it’s important that you consult an attorney immediately before you lose your rights! Charles M. Rowland II...

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Child Endangerment and DUI Laws In Ohio

There is an intersection between the child endangerment and DUI laws in Ohio.  Child endangerment is an act or omission that exposes a child to psychological, emotional or physical abuse. Child abuse based on the offense of child endangerment is normally a misdemeanor, but endangerment that results in mental illness or serious physical illness or injury is a felony. See abused child, neglected child.  Child endangerment and DUI laws are implicated when a person drives drunk with a child in the car.Ohio Revised Code 2919.22(C)(1) addresses the child endangerment and DUI laws as follows, (C) (1) No person shall operate a vehicle,...

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