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Miami Valley Municipal Court Finder (by Dayton DUI)

If you are arrested for OVI in the Miami Valley, your case will most likely be heard in a municipal court.  Click on the below links to access the municipal court's web site .  If you need to find a qualified OVI attorney, check out www.DaytonDUI.com or contact Charles M. Rowland II HERE.Montgomery County Municipal CourtsMontgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division) Montgomery County Municipal Court (Western Division) Dayton Municipal Court Kettering Municipal Court Oakwood Municipal Court Miamisburg Municipal Court Vandalia Municipal CourtGreene County Municipal CourtsFairborn/Beavercreek Municipal Court Xenia Municipal CourtClark County Municipal Court (covering all of Clark County, Ohio)Clark County Municipal CourtMiami County Municipal Court (covering all of...

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Standardized Field Sobriety Tests: The One Leg Stand Test

The Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFST) are a battery of three tests administered and evaluated in a standardized manner to obtain validated indicators of impairment and establish probable cause for arrest. These tests were developed as a result of research sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and conducted by the Southern California Research Institute. A formal program of training was developed and is available through NHTSA to help law enforcement officers become more skillful at detecting DWI suspects, describing the behavior of these suspects, and presenting effective testimony in court. Formal administration and accreditation of the program is provided through the...

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Miami County DUI Attorney: Charles M. Rowland II

People looking for a Miami County DUI Attorney should check out  www.PiquaDUI.com and TroyDUIcom.Miami County DUI attorney, Charles M. Rowalnd II has been representing people accused of drunk driving since 1995 and regularly appears in all Miami County Courts.  PiquaDUI.com and TroyDUI.com were developed to provide practical information regarding Miami County‘s tough drunk driving law. There you will find information on DUI (now called OVI) law in the Miami County Municipal Court and in the Miami County Common Pleas Court.  The Judges who will hear your case in the Miami County Municipal Court are the Honorable Elizabeth S. Gutman and the Honorable Gary Nasal. Judge Gutman’s office can be reached at (937) 440-3936....

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Miami County Municipal Court Judge Mel Kemmer Retires

Judge Mel Kemmer of the Miami County Municipal Court announced his retirement earlier this month.  Judge Kemmer was in his second term which expires December 31, 2015.  He was first elected in 2003 and re-elected in 2009.  He practiced law for more than 26 years before becoming a judge. Before that, Judge Kemmer worked as an analytical chemist for several years after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry education in 1970.  He earned his law degree in 1978. His professional background also includes serving as a municipal court prosecutor, assistant county prosecutor and juvenile court prosecutor.  According to Article...

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Miami County OVI Checkpoint (May 18, 2012)

The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be conducting an OVI checkpoint tonight in Troy, Ohio along County Road 25A near Exit 78.  The checkpoint which is being conducted with the assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies will run from approximately 9 pm until 3 am.If you want to receive updated information on sobriety checkpoints,  enhanced traffic enforcement, saturation patrols and other important developments that affect you, sign up for text alerts on the main page of this blog.  Text alerts will be sent directly to your mobile device/smartphone in the location you choose in the Miami Valley.  In the past month we...

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New Year’s Eve By The Numbers

According to this storyin the Dayton Daily News, New Year's Eve was safe. "There were relatively few OVI arrests, and the Dayton Daily News had received no reports of traffic fatalities directly attributed to drunken driving Saturday night as of Sunday afternoon."  The most active State Highway Patrol Post was Montgomery County which made seven OVI arrests over the weekend.  Miami County OSP made three arrests, Warren County OSP made one and Greene County made no OVI arrests over the New Year's Eve weekend. "Police departments from Beavercreek to Vandalia and down through Franklin also reported an uneventful New Year’s...

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DaytonDUI: Celebrate St. Patrick’s and March Madness

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]Throughout the Miami Valley, police are sounding dire warnings of extra patrols, sobriety checkpoints, and saturation patrols because of the conjunction of St. Patrick's Day and the beginning of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.  Making this weekend even more attractive to party goers will be mild temperatures and plenty of activities.  We encourage you to enjoy, make good decisions and watch out for one another. ARRESTED FOR DUI ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY? At DaytonDUI we are gearing up to provide 24/7 support to anyone needing assistance this weekend. Extra personnel will be manning our St.Patrick's HOTLINE...

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Miami County, Piqua DUI Sobriety Checkpoint Set for Tonight

The Ohio State Highway Patrol along with officers from multiple jurisdictions will be conducting a DUI checkpoint tonight in Piqua, Ohio. The Piqua, Ohio checkpoints will run from 9 p.m. tonight to 3 a.m. Saturday, another release stated. One will be on U.S. Route 36 (or Ash Street) and Armory Street. The other will be on County Road 25A (or Main Street) near Statler Avenue.   Charles Rowland has established a web site dedicated to defending the accused drunk driver in Piqua, Ohio: www.OhioDUIdefense.com.  If you find yourself in need of representation in the Miami County Municipal Court for any charged related...

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Reasonable Articulable Suspicion Defined by Second District

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="192" caption="Image by Jason Rojas via Flickr"][/caption]In State v. Swartz , the Second District, following a line of its own cases, upheld a decision of the Miami County Municipal Court, ruling that a Trooper did not have reasonable articulable suspicion to subject the defendant to standardized field sobriety tests. This is a MUST READ decision for anyone who practices DUI/OVI law in Ohio. ...

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