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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "police department" (Page 6)

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Miranda

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]In the case, Berghuis v. Thompkins, the conservative Supreme Court has made major changes to the Miranda decision.  Writing for the majority, Justice Kennedy stated, "Thompkins did not say that he wanted to remain silent or that he did not want to talk to police," Kennedy said. "Had he made either of these simple, unambiguous statements, he would have invoked his 'right to cut off questioning.' Here he did neither, so he did not invoke his right to remain silent.""Criminal suspects must now unambiguously invoke their right to remain ...

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Speed Trap Exchange from the National Motorists Association

So, you are ready to get in the car and take that big Memorial Day trip.  Beware, state troopers are on the prowl and the Ohio State Highway Patrol promises to be very active this holiday weekend making sure we behave well and get to our destination safely.  The National Motorists Association has compiled a SPEED TRAP EXCHANGE (www.speedtrap.org) to warn motorists of spots where patrols will be particularly brisk.  If you make use of this valuable tool, be sure to join the National Motorists Association as it is one of the foremost citizen rights groups in the United States.  Charles...

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DUI Arrests Top 25,000 Every Week

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]Did you know that there are 25,000 DUI arrests in the United States every week? That's approximately 1.3 million drunk driving arrests each year. The more people we arrest, and the more people we put in jail, the more apparent it should become that our current approach of fear and retribution is not working.  If you find yourself in need of an aggressive  Ohio DUI/OVI attorney who will fight to get your life back, contact Charles M. Rowland II at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384). Related articles by ZemantaRip Torn cleared of DUI charge in Connecticut (pbpulse.com) Lindsay Lohan...

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Junk Science in Ohio DUI/OVI Cases

[caption id="attachment_26" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Intoxilyzer 8000"][/caption]When you hear a DUI/OVI attorney decrying "junk science" that is used in court, they are most likely referring to the fact that the air blown into the breath test machine for purposes of testing cannot be the same air that is exchanged with the deep lung alveolar sacs. It is impossible to limit the breath test to limit itself to deep lung alveolar air. The theory breaks down because: IF THE MAJORITY OF AIR BEING MEASURED HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE BLOOD EXCHANGE THEN THE TEST IS NOT MEASURING THE AMOUNT...

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DUI/OVI Checkpoint Update May 7-10, 2010

We have checked with all of our regular sources and there are no planned DUI/OVI sobriety checkpoints this weekend.  Please be safe and designate a driver.  If you find yourself in need of an attorney contact Charles M. Rowland II on his 24/7 DUI Hotline at 937-776-2671 or visit www.DaytonDUI.com.  You can stay aware of DUI news by following Twitter.com/DaytonDUI and if you need immediate help, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500. ...

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Xenia Municipal Court

Xenia Municipal Court Information plus full guide on Xenia OVI and finding a defense attorney  Charles Rowland serves the Xenia Municipal Court and provides www.XeniaDUI.com to provide information on Xenia's tough drunk driving laws. Contact him at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384). Xenia Municipal Court, and the honorable Michael Murry, has jurisdiction over OVI/DUI violations of any ordinance of any municipal corporation within its territory.  The Xenia Municipal Court has jurisdiction for the cities of Xenia and Bellbrook; the villages of Yellow Springs, Cedarville, Jamestown, Spring Valley, and Bowersville; and the townships of Sugarcreek, Xenia, Cedarville, New Jasper, Silvercreek, Ceasarcreek, Miami, Jefferson, Ross, and Spring Valley....

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Middletown Ohio DUI Checkpoint Announced

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Image by Sherm Cohen via Flickr"][/caption]Middletown police will coordinate with the highway patrol for a local DUI checkpoint on March 27. The checkpoint location will be released earlier that day. If you need to contact the Middletown Muncipal Court, One Donham Plaza, Middletown, OH 45202, 513-425-7730.If you need representation for a DUI arrest in Middletown, Ohio, contact attorney Charles M. Rowland II at 937-318-1DUI or 1-888-ROWLAND. ...

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Ticketed for Sounding TOO Fast!

Image by myfear via FlickrOhio Court of Appeals rules that a police officer cannot issue a speeding ticket because a car sounds fast.The Ohio Court of Appeals on Monday ruled that a motorist cannot be convicted of speeding based solely on how fast his car may have sounded. On October 18, 2007, Patrolman Ken Roth ticketed Daniel Freitag in the village of West Salem as Freitag was driving with his wife Jane on US Route 42. Roth claimed his radar unit clocked Freitag at 42 MPH in a 35 zone. Roth also claimed he could hear Freitag's 2006 Lincoln...

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Ohio DUI Law: Geneva v. Fende (reasonable articulable suspicion, probable cause)

Geneva v. Fende, 2009-Ohio-6380, 2009-A-0023 (OHCA11)Criminal Appeal from the Ashtabula County Court, Western Division, Case No. 2008 TRC 2112. Lauren A. Gardner, City of Geneva Law Director, For Plaintiff-Appellant. Daniel J. Kolick and Michael T. Schroth, Kolick & Kondzer, For Defendant-Appellee. OPINIONCYNTHIA WESTCOTT RICE, J.{¶1} Appellant, the city of Geneva, appeals the judgment of the Ashtabula County Court, Western Division, granting appellee Nicole M.Fende's motion to suppress. At issue is whether police had reasonable suspicion to subject her to an investigative stop. Because we hold appellee's stop was not warranted, we affirm.{¶2} Appellee was charged in the trial court with operating a motor...

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