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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "Suspension" (Page 6)

Driving Under Suspension: The Warrant Block

Yet another way to earn an Ohio license suspension is to have an outstanding warrant. You can find this suspension at Ohio Revised Code Section 4503.13. What is unique about this suspension is that it is not really a suspension, but a block.  A municipal court can send a report to the Ohio BMV that an arrest warrant has been issued.  Upon the bureau's receipt of this information, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will deny the person named in the arrest warrant the right to apply for a driver license or vehicle registration.  Because of the nature of the warrant...

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Driving Under Suspension: What is a 12-Point Suspension?

12 Point Suspensions Driving under suspension is a serious offense in Ohio. A violation is a first degree misdemeanor and some provisions of the law provide for mandatory jail time.  A twelve point suspension is caused by the accumulation of not less than 12 points on your driving record within a two-year period.  The suspension begins twenty days after Ohio's BMV sends you a letter putting you on notice of the suspension.  It is not usually a valid defense that the Ohio BMV sent the suspension notice to a prior address.  It is your responsibility under Ohio law to maintain a...

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Automatic License Suspension – Testing Over the Limit

According to Ohio Revised Code 4511.191, if you are arrested on suspicion that you are operating a vehicle while impaired (commonly called a DUI) and you take a chemical test which produces a result which is over the per se limit as set by the Ohio Department of Health, your license will be suspended immediately. Depending on previous offenses or refusals, you can have your license suspended for a period of 1 year to 5 years.  After a second offense your vehicle may also be immobilized.You, or your attorney,  can appeal the automatic license suspension (O.R.C. 4511.197)  at the initial...

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CDL Disqualifications in Ohio

If you have a commercial driver’s license an Ohio DUI charge can have devastating effects on your career.  Often clients who hold a commercial driver’s license fail to understand that Ohio’s OVI laws can affect your livelihood even if you receive a drunk driving charge while you are not operating a commercial vehicle.  If you plead guilty, or are found guilty, of an OVI (drunk driving) offense your commercial driver’s license will be taken away for one year.  If you are a second-time OVI offender, an Ohio OVI will result in an indefinite revocation of your CDL.  What is more, a court cannot give you...

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A Complete Guide to Transferring Your Nursing License to Another State

This article is from guest blogger Melissa Trenway who blogs at Nursetini.Those with a nursing license who wish to move to another state have options available to them. While states differ on what is required of nurses, those who have graduated from an accredited nursing program can find that transferring a license is not as difficult as getting one. For those interested in pursuing a nursing degree or furthering your nursing career, there are many schools across the country that provide accredited education for nurses, such as the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. They approve baccalaureate, graduate, and residency programs...

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Classes of License Suspensions in Ohio

How Long Will My Suspension Last? Ohio has devised a "CLASS" suspension system setting forth the lengths of time a person can be without a license.  The classifications can be found at R.C. 4510.02 (A) (Court Suspensions; denoted by numbers) and R.C. 4510.02(B)(BMV Suspensions; denoted by letters).  It is advisable that you speak with your attorney as many courts offer programs (at little or no cost) that help you get valid.  Below are the lengths of the various suspensions as set forth in the Ohio Revised Code:COURT SUSPENSIONSClass 1: Lifetime Class 2: 3yrs to life Class 3: 2 - 10yrs Class 4: 1 -...

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Juvenile Driving Suspensions

JUVENILE DRIVING SUSPENSIONS ARE HARSH!If you are the parent of a juvenile and he or she admits to a violation of law he or she may face very harsh penalties that affect their ability to drive.  If a child has been adjudicated unruly, delinquent, or a juvenile traffic offender for having committed any act that, if committed by an adult, would be a drug abuse offense, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles suspends the child's license until they are 18 years old. ORC Sections 2151.354 & 4510.032(C)(1).  The suspension will stay in stay in place until the child turns 18 or...

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Limited Driving Privileges

The Limits on Limited Driving PrivilegesRevised Code 4510.021 authorizes courts to grant "limited driving privileges." The Ohio General Assembly  has taken steps to restrict when a court can grant privileges.   A court cannot grant you driving privileges under the following circumstances: (1) If you have been charged with an OVI or OVUAC the legislature has enacted "hard-time" during which the court cannot grant you privileges.  In effect, they are acting to restrict a court from conforming with the American principle that you are innocent until proven guilty.  This author has taken the position that the ability to drive is a right...

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Aggravated Vehicular Assault and Vehicular Assault; R.C. 2903.08

 When someone is seriously injured in an accident that involves alcohol, it is a tragedy.  Charles M. Rowland II represents people charged with felony OVI offenses like Aggravated Vehicular Assault and Aggravated Vehicular Homicide throughout the State of Ohio.  You need someone who knows the science and is talented enough to assemble a team to win your case. "WIN THE SCIENCE/WIN THE LAW/WIN YOUR CASE!"  Below is the Ohio Revised Code Chapter defining the offense of Aggravated Vehicular Assault.  If you need an experienced DUI attorney to represent you, CONTACT CHARLES M. ROWLAND II today at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384), 1-888-ROWLAND (888-769-5263) 2903.08...

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DUI Refusals and the Automatic License Suspension

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 take a chemical test at the request of law enforcement, your license will be suspended immediately. Depending on previous offenses or refusals, you can have your license suspended for a period of 1 year to 5 years.  After a second offense your vehicle may also be immobilized.You, or your attorney,  can appeal the automatic license suspension (O.R.C. 4511.197)  at the initial court appearance which will be held within 5...

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