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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "police department" (Page 8)

Reasonable Articulable Suspicion Defined by Second District

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="192" caption="Image by Jason Rojas via Flickr"][/caption]In State v. Swartz , the Second District, following a line of its own cases, upheld a decision of the Miami County Municipal Court, ruling that a Trooper did not have reasonable articulable suspicion to subject the defendant to standardized field sobriety tests. This is a MUST READ decision for anyone who practices DUI/OVI law in Ohio. ...

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Ohio Cop Reprimanded for Making More Arrests than Tickets

Madison Township, Ohio officer tied for the most criminal arrests is reprimanded for not writing enough speeding tickets. A Madison Township, Ohio police officer whose record of busting real criminals is unbeaten found himself reprimanded for failing to focus on writing traffic tickets. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Officer Ken Braden only wrote 85 tickets last year when his most prolific fellow officer wrote 388 while arresting fewer criminals. For that, Police Chief Greg Ryan punished Braden. "He gets paid as much as the other officers," Ryan told the Dispatch. "He should do as much work as the other officers."Ryan boasts that...

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Dayton Issues DUI “Party Plates”

By Lucas Sullivan Staff Writer Wednesday, October 01, 2008Since 2004, Ohio law has required that judges assign special license plates to drivers with multiple drunken-driving convictions who still need a car.But only 8,500 vehicles bore these "DUI plates" through the end of last year even though 33,000 Ohio drivers have five or more drunken driving convictions, according to the Ohio Department of Public Safety.The reluctance by Municipal Court judges to issue these plates is evident in Montgomery County, which ranks last among Ohio counties with at least 500,000 residents, in the...

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