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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "security forces"

Federal OVI Offenses: Where Will My Case Be Heard?

Federal OVI offenses are handled in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.  Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases (including Federal OVI offenses) a year in 48 of Ohio’s 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a Federal OVI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton’s Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45402.  You can...

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Federal Court DUI

Misdemeanor drunk driving charges occurring on federal lands (such as national parks and military bases)  fall under the jurisdiction of the federal courts.  Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases a year in 48 of Ohio's 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a federal DUI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton's Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio...

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Posse Comitatus Act: Federal DUI Enforcement at Wright-Patterson AFB

Image via WikipediaQuestion: A client gets stopped by U.S. Air Force security personnel at the gate at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on suspicion of drunk driving.  Civilian client is then taken onto the base where he is given a breath test by a U.S. Air Force technician.  Civilian client is then cited and receives a summons to appear in Federal Court.  At no time during this process does he come in contact with any “civilian” law enforcement officer.  When the client comes to my office he asks how “military” forces have jurisdiction to enforce Ohio laws against civilians.  Going on he asks, “Doesn’t my arrest violate...

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