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Prom DUI Blitz Underway

Mothers Against Drunk Driving and their partners in law enforcement have begun the annual Prom DUI enforcement blitz that will last throughout the prom season.  So in addition to the tuxedos, the wrist corsages and the awkward pictures; make sure you talk to your teen about drunk driving.  MADD is proclaiming April 21 “PowerTalk21 Day” to encourage parents and teens to talk about alcohol.In recent years, MADD has shifted its focus away from its singular mission of preventing drunk driving, to include an effort to curb underage drinking.  The Prom DUI enforcement is used in conjunction with their efforts at instilling...

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Montgomery County OVI: The 72-Hour Weekend Intervention Program

Montgomery County OVI 72-Hour Weekend Intervention Programs In Montgomery County, a 1st offense OVI/DUI conviction carries a mandatory minimum 3-day jail sentence. Most courts, including Montgomery County OVI Courts, allow this minimum sentence to be satisfied by attending a state-certified 72 hour (3-day) Driver Intervention Program. Most people prefer the D.I.P. because it is usually held in local hotels rather than in the local jail.  Most courts allow a person to choose a convenient weekend and location.  Check with your Ohio OVI attorney to arrange for a convenient program if you are convicted.  An experienced attorney will be able to help you meet the court’s requirements.Listed below are...

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Clark County OVI and the 72 Hour Driver Intervention Program.

Clark County OVI and the 72 Hour Driver Intervention Program. In Ohio, a 1st offense OVI/DUI conviction carries a mandatory minimum 3-day jail sentence. Most courts, including Clark County Municipal Court, allow this minimum sentence to be satisfied by attending a state-certified 72 hour (3-day) Driver Intervention Program. Most people prefer the D.I.P. because it is usually held in local hotels rather than in the local jail.  Most courts allow a person to choose a convenient weekend and location.  Check with your Ohio OVI attorney to arrange for a convenient program if you are convicted.  An experienced attorney will be able...

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The Wright State Three-Day Weekend Intervention Program (by DaytonDUI)

Information about the Wright State University Weekend Intervention Program can be found at their web site [HERE], or by contacting the Director:  Phyllis Cole, M.A., Director Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research 110 Medical Sciences Building Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, OH 45435(937) (937) 775-3050 Fax: (937) 775-2629 E-mail: wip@wright.edu You can also access PROGRAM DATES, get on-line REGISTRATION FORMS, learn the RULES & REGULATIONS, get DIRECTIONS to the W.I.P. program, and learn WHAT TO EXPECT. Here are some frequently asked questions about the Wright State Weekend Intervention Program.Is the WIP like jail? No, WIP isn't like jail. Ohio's drunk driving law is a...

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Madison County & London Ohio OVI Attorney

If you are arrested for DUI anywhere inMadison County, your misdemeanor DUI case will be heard in the Madison County Municipal Court.  The Madison County Municipal Court is located at 1 North Main St. in downtown London, OH in the historical Madison County Courthouse [MAP].  Court mail should be sent to P.O. Box 646, London, Ohio 43140.  The Court is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.  You can contact the Court  by phone at (740) 852-1669, or by fax at (740) 852-0812.  The Court  also has a dedicated jury information number at (740) 845-1772.  The Honorable Eric M. Schooley serves as Judge in the Madison...

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DUI Charges In The Madison County Municipal Court

If you are arrested for DUI anywhere in Madison County, your misdemeanor DUI case will be heard in the Madison County Municipal Court.  The Madison County Municipal Court is located at 1 North Main St. in downtown London, OH in the historical Madison County Courthouse [MAP].  Court mail should be sent to P.O. Box 646, London, Ohio 43140.  The Court is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.  You can contact the Court  by phone at (740) 852-1669, or by fax at (740) 852-0812.  The Court  also has a dedicated jury information number at (740) 845-1772.  The Honorable Eric M. Schooley...

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Ohio DUI & FBI Background Checks

The FBI maintains the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) which started in1967 with five files and 356,784 records. By the end of 2009, NCIC contained more than 15 million active records in 19 files. NCIC averages 7.5 million transactions per day. The intent of the NCIC is to be comprehensive in nature, through a cooperative network between local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. The Interstate Identification Index, which contains automated criminal history record information, is accessible through the same network as NCIC. Individual states have internal records that may indeed be forwarded along to the NCIC as...

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Drug Testing for Children; Is this a good idea?

Image by Rob Shenk via FlickrSchools in Crawford County, Ohio, have implemented a random drug test policy for students involved in sports and extra-curricular activities. Five of the six districts in the County now permit the random testing. Surprisingly, many students have joined administrators and teachers in supporting the effort. Officials from the sixth district say the issue requires further consideration before it can be adopted, but they are not totally opposed to the choice.The U.S. Supreme Court has confirmed the legality of student drug testing in public schools in two separate split decisions. In each case, the majority has agreed...

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U.S. Supreme Court upholds Fourth Amendment

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]In one of his final decisions, if not his final one, as a justice, Supreme Court Justice David Souter ruled for a divided Court Thursday morning that the intrusive strip search of an Arizona middle-school girl in pursuit of drugs was a violation of her Fourth Amendment rights. But because the constitutional standard was not clear at the time of the search, the Court agreed that the assistant principal who ordered the search in 2003 was entitled to qualified immunity from liability for the violation. The ruling...

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