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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Substance Abuse"

First Offense Kettering OVI – What Is Going To Happen To Me?

A first offense Kettering OVI is defined at O.R.C. 4511.19 as a DUI with no priors within 6 years.  A first offense OVI can be charged in three ways.  The first charge is caused by testing over the legal limit of .08% B.A.C. (example O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(d)).  These types of offenses are also referred to as “per se”  violations.  A second way to be charged is for violating the high-tier provision of Ohio’s OVI law.  Ohio has also created a per se “high-tier” limit of .17% BrAC, sometimes referred to as a SUPER-OVI.  The per se high-tier limits for a first offense OVI are set forth at O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)         (f)...

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Kettering DUI – What Is Going To Happen To Me?

A first offense Kettering DUI is defined at O.R.C. 4511.19 as a DUI with no priors within 6 years.  A first offense DUI can be charged in three ways.  The first charge is caused by testing over the legal limit of .08% B.A.C. (example O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(d)).  These types of offenses are also referred to as “per se”  violations.  A second way to be charged is for violating the high-tier provision of Ohio’s DUI law.  Ohio has also created a per se “high-tier” limit of .17% BrAC, sometimes referred to as a SUPER-OVI.  The per se high-tier limits for a first offense DUI are set forth at O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(f) The...

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Springboro DUI? What To Expect On A First Offense

Springboro DUI? This article is designed to help you understand what to expect if you are charged with a DUI in the Springboro Mayor's Court. A first offense DUI is defined at O.R.C. 4511.19 as a DUI with no priors within 6 years.  A first offense DUI can be charged in three ways.  The first charge is caused by testing over the legal limit of .08% B.A.C. (example O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(d)).  These types of offenses are also referred to as “per se”  violations.  A second way to be charged is for violating the high-tier provision of Ohio’s DUI law.  Ohio has also created a per se “high-tier” limit of...

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Kettering DUI First Offense: What To Expect

Kettering DUI? This article is designed to help you understand what to expect if you are charged with a DUI in the Kettering Municipal Court.A first offense DUI is defined at O.R.C. 4511.19 as a DUI with no priors within 6 years.  A first offense DUI can be charged in three ways.  The first charge is caused by testing over the legal limit of .08% B.A.C. (example O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(d)).  These types of offenses are also referred to as “per se”  violations.  A second way to be charged is for violating the high-tier provision of Ohio’s DUI law.  Ohio has also created a per se “high-tier” limit...

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Where Can I Get Help? Alcohol Addiction Services at TCN-BHS

If you have been arrested for an alcohol related offense, you may consider seeking the help of alcohol addiction specialists.  We try to help our clients by giving them the tools to manage both their case and any alcohol addiction issues that are present.  To that end, Charles Rowland has served on the board of TCN-BHS, Greene County's mental health and alcohol addiction service provider. If you are struggling with an alcohol addiction, here is how to take the first step - If you are seeking a Substance Abuse Assessment, TCN-BHS offers the following Walk-In Clinics: Xenia OfficeMonday Check-in at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday Check-in...

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Physical Control of a Vehicle While Intoxicated (O.R.C. 4511.194)

Physical Control of a Vehicle While Intoxicated (O.R.C. 4511.194) is the offense of being intoxicated while in physical control of a car, but not having caused the vehicle to move.  If you are under the influence and the prosecutor can prove that you “operated” your car and were not simply in “physical control” of your car, you may face a charge of OVI/DUI (drunk driving).  Thus the legal analysis will turn on whether on the prosecutor can prove you "operated" your car.  “Operation” includes causing or having caused a vehicle (such as a car, truck, RV, bicycle or motorcycle) to move....

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First Offense DUI – What To Expect

A first offense DUI is defined at O.R.C. 4511.19 as a DUI with no priors within 6 years.  A first offense DUI can be charged in three ways.  The first charge is caused by testing over the legal limit of .08% B.A.C. (example O.R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(d)).  These types of offenses are also referred to as "per se"  violations.  A second way to be charged is for violating the high-tier provision of Ohio's DUI law.  Ohio has also created a per se “high-tier” limit of .17% BrAC, sometimes referred to as a SUPER-OVI.  The per se high-tier limits for a first offense DUI are set forth at...

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Prescription Drug Addiction in Ohio; Where to Get Help

There is a public health epidemic in Ohio due to the use of opiate-based prescription painkillers.  Over the last decade the abuse of prescription drugs, a medical and legal crackdown have led to an increase in the use of heroin.  According to the Ohio Department of Drug & Alcohol Service, there are 67 pills for every man, woman and child in Ohio with the vast majority of Ohio homes having some form of a drug that may be abused.  Drug overdoses are at an all time high, averaging four deaths a day.  45 percent of the overdose deaths are attributable...

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Ohio DUI Law: How To Fight A Urine Test

In order to successfully defend a urinalysis case, a DUI defense lawyer must be familiar with Ohio's DUI law (O.R.C. 4511.19) and the Ohio Administrative Code sections which apply to the collection, storing, transporting and testing of the urine specimen.  Amphetamine, cocaine, heroine, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Phencyclidine and L.S.D. are specifically mentioned in Ohio's DUI/OVI statute as illegal controlled substances. The law states how much of each substance must be detected in a chemical test of urine, whole blood, blood plasma, and/or blood serum in order to sustain a charge.  While less reliable than a blood or breath test, the urine...

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Why Was I Charged With Two OVI Offenses?

There are two ways to be charged with OVI (drunk driving) in Ohio.  Often, both are charged for reasons that will be addressed shortly.  First, let's explore what the two charges mean."Per Se" Offenses:  per se is a latin phrase meaning "in itself."  It is also a legal term of art defined in Black's Law Dictionary as "taken alone...

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