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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Probation"

What Is Probation Like?

Probation and Community Control Probation in Ohio is now called "community control." It provides for terms and conditions you must comply with in order not to go to jail.  The system requires you to work with a "probation officer" (P.O.) for a given period of time as set by the court.  A common misconception is that the probation officer will actively work against you in an effort to return you to jail.  Most of the time, the probation officer is working to make sure you comply with the court order and stay out of jail.  It is up to you to...

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What Is Community Control?

Probation is now called "community control" and provides for terms and conditions you must comply with in order not to go to jail.Community control requires you to work with a "probation officer" (P.O.) for a given period of time as set by the court.  A common misconception is that the probation officer will actively work against you in an effort to return you to jail.  Most of the time, the probation officer is working to make sure you comply with the court order and stay out of jail.  It is up to you to show up and make sure the probation...

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Community Control (Probation) in an OVI Case

If you are charged with a DUI (now called OVI; operating a vehicle impaired) chances are you will be placed on probation at the disposition of your case. Probation is now called "community control" and provides for terms and conditions you must comply with in order not to go to jail.  Probation requires you to work with a "probation officer" (P.O.) for a given period of time as set by the court.  A common misconception is that the probation officer will actively work against you in an effort to return you to jail.  Most of the time, the probation officer is working to make...

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Dayton DUI: Don’t Pay Your Reinstatement Fee Until Your Case Is Over…

Charles M. Rowland II may be able to get your reinstatement fee lowered from $475.00 to $40.00.  Whether or not he can do this is not decided until the end of the case.  So Don't Pay Right Away! In Ohio, any person who operates a vehicle within the state of Ohio is legally presumed to have given his or her consent to a chemical test of their blood, breath, or urine to determine alcohol content if arrested for OVI (drunk driving).  According to Ohio Revised Code 4511.191, if probable cause exists to believe that you are operating a vehicle while impaired (commonly called a DUI) and you refuse to...

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Probation (by DaytonDUI)

Most OVI (drunk driving) cases in Ohio are misdemeanor offenses which are litigated in a Municipal Court.  Given the multiplicity of Municipal Courts in the state, your probation experience may differ, but this article will address the generalities of probation (now called 'community control').  As always, please consult your OVI attorney about the court your case will be heard.  You attorney will give you information specific to your case.  This is an example of where your attorney's experience with the court is important.What is probation?The Municipal Court's Probation Department oversees all persons placed on probation as the result of a...

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Ohio OVI Law: Ignition Interlock Devices FAQ

Q. What is the law?Ohio's Ignition Interlock Device Law is set forth at Ohio Revised Code 4501.45(E), which states: “Ignition interlock device” means a device certified by the director that connects a breath analyzer to a motor vehicle’s ignition system, that is constantly available to monitor the concentration by weight of alcohol in the breath of any person attempting to start the motor vehicle by using its ignition system, and that deters starting the motor vehicle by use of its ignition system unless the person attempting to start the vehicle provides an appropriate breath sample for the device and the...

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SCRAM Alcohol Monitoring on Probation

SCRAM, which stands for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring is a bracelet worn by the defendant 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The bracelet will take periodic alcohol tests from the defendant's ankle and will store that reading until it is uploaded by the Probation Officer. The SCRAM Company will then analyze the data to determine if a defendant is, or has been, drinking.  The SCRAM bracelet is a very sensitive piece of equipment. Those that wear it are prohibited from using any products that contain alcohol (i.e. hairspray, lotions, shampoos, toothpaste, mouthwash, etc.). If any of these products are used while...

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