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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "probable cause for arrest"

What is Probable Cause in an Ohio DUI Case?

To be arrested for drunk driving in Ohio, all that is needed is an law enforcement officer's determination that "probable cause" exists to believe that you are driving while impaired.  A determination of probable cause need only be supported by the officer's observations of indicia of alcohol consumption and operation of a motor vehicle.  In determining whether or not probable cause for the arrest exists a court will look at facts such as: (1) the time and day of the stop (Friday or Saturday night as opposed to, e.g., Tuesday morning); (2) the location of the stop (whether near establishments selling alcohol); (3)...

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Morphine, Heroin and the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus

In the past years, my office has seen an increase in the number of “drugged” driving cases we receive. While arrests for marijuana make up the vast majority of those cases, we are also seeing a dramatic rise in prescription drug cases along with traffic stops implicating harder drugs such morphine and heroin.As with other impaired driving cases, it is vital that you know the observations that would be consistent with impairment by that drug.  It is also vital that you determine if the “standardized field sobriety test” protocol adopted in Ohio is applicable in recognizing clues of impairment due...

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