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Case Look-Up Information in the Kettering Municipal Court

If you have been arrested for OVI in Centerville, Kettering, Moraine or Washington Township, your misdemeanor OVI case will be heard in the Kettering Municipal Court.  If you need to find information about a case in the Kettering Municipal Court you can search HERE for case information/case look-up,  or visit the court’s web site HERE.Charles M. Rowland II has represented the accused drunk driver in the Kettering Municipal Court for over fifteen years.  Charles Rowland dedicates his practice to OVI law and has some of the most impressive credentials for OVI attorneys in the state of Ohio.  If you find...

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DUI Science: How To Read The Correlation Studies in the NHTSA Manual

Researchers at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have created a booklet for law enforcement called “Guide for Detecting Drunk Drivers at Night.”  This guide sets forth some of the most common and reliable indicators of drunk driving.  The list divides driving behaviors into four areas of clues that officers are trained to look for: Maintaining Lane Position, Speed and Braking, Vigilance, and Judgment.  The following is a list of symptoms in descending order of probability that the person observed is at or above a .10% BAC, thus statutorily driving while intoxicated.Turning with a wide radius Straddling center of lane marker “Appearing to be...

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Commercial Driver’s License Disqualification in Ohio

You will lose your Ohio CDL for one year if convicted of any of the following offenses:Driving any vehicle with a blood alcohol count (BAC) of 0.08% or higher Driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) with a BAC of 0.04% Refusing to submit to a sobriety test Leaving the scene of an accident Using the vehicle to commit a felony Driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) with a suspended, revoked or canceled CDL Causing a fatality through negligent drivingSerious Offenses, These violations include:Speeding 15 mph over the posted speed limit Reckless driving Improper lane changes Following a vehicle too closely Driving a CMV without holding a CDL Driving a CMV without having...

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Arrested for DUI? What Can You Do Now To Protect, Educate and Empower Yourself

What do I do now?  Being arrested for DUI is a frightening and traumatic experience.  Our clients often struggle to deal with the stigma and shame associated with a DUI arrest.  Many strong people are brought to tears when telling a loved-one about their arrest.  Complicating matters is a palpable sense that everything is spinning out of control.  Charles Rowland and the staff at DaytonDUI have been helping people through this process for over seventeen years.  We want to reassure you that your DUI case can be successfully managed.  Like any other crisis, it is imperative that you take steps...

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Invalid Consent Leads To Exclusion Of Blood Test

If your DUI case involves an automobile accident, you may be taken to the hospital.  In this setting it is likely that an investigating officer will request a sample of your blood.  Frequently, the issue of consent will be raised.  Your Ohio DUI lawyer can challenge the validity of the consent and whether or not the consent was made knowingly and voluntarily.  These issues were recently addressed in State v. Rawnsley, 2011-Ohio-5696.On April 24, 2010, Defendant Ann Rawnsley was involved in a two-car accident which resulted in sufficient injuries that she was removed to Miami Valley Hospital by ambulance.  Injuries to...

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Driving While High?

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="256" caption="3D rendering of the THC molecule "][/caption]Today, 90 million Americans have the right to access medical marijuana when they are seriously ill.  Ohioans will consider the passage of a medical marijuana bill this fall.  As more states decriminalize and legalize marijuana, law enforcement is scrambling to deal with what it warns will be a dramatic increase in driving while stoned.  What can we expect?LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE. Many states have adopted a specified training regimen for law enforcement officers.  This protocol allows officers to testify as to specific observations of marijuana impairment.  Drug Recognition Experts (DRE) are trained to...

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Rowland Participates In Drug Debate

Charles Rowland was honored to participate in a debate as part of the Heroin Seminar at Ohio Northern University which was sponsored by the Department of History, Politics and Justice.  The debate on the legalization of heroin was the culmination of an ongoing academic discussion of recognizing, understanding and fighting the abuse of heroin in the community.  Prof. Kevin Hill, a professor of law at Ohio Northern University spoke on behalf of keeping heroin illegal and subject to criminal sanction.  "Prof. Hill was one of my professors and he is a powerful advocate," said Rowland.  Professor Hill's  arguments for keeping...

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Where Are the Speed Cameras/Red-Light Cameras in Dayton?

This blog has documented the outrage caused by Dayton's adoption of speed and red-light cameras.  Today, in an article by former Montgomery County Common Pleas A.J. Wagner, the Dayton City Paper takes on the red-light and speed cameras.  As we have put forth here, the red-light and speed cameras are an affront to our presumption of innocence and a bald attempt at letting private companies make money by exploiting citizens.  The problems lie in the process.  "Once caught, a letter is mailed to the vehicle owner.  Violators are given 15 days to appeal, but never see a judge or a courtroom. About...

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Admissibility of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests – Statutory Rules

Ohio Revised Code 4511.19(D)(4)(b) sets forth the law on admissibility of the standardized field sobriety tests in Ohio.  It reads, in pertinent part: (b) In any criminal prosecution or juvenile court proceeding for a violation of division (A) or (B) of this section, of a municipal ordinance relating to operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or alcohol and a drug of abuse, or of a municipal ordinance relating to operating a vehicle with a prohibited concentration of alcohol, a controlled substance, or a metabolite of a controlled substance in the whole blood, blood serum...

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“Hiding the Ball” in Ohio DUI Cases

ODH and the Disappearing Intoxilyzer 8000 RecordsOne of the proposed benefits of the adoption of the Intoxilyzer 8000 was to be the consolidation of breath test records in one place.  Previously, breath test records were maintained by the individual police departments.  Implementation and maintenance of the Intoxilyzer 8000 is the responsibility of the Ohio Department of Health and specifically the ODH's Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Testing.  The Ohio Department of Health has started a web site containing all information about breath tests in the state, called the Breath Instrument Data Center. [HERE]  Records were to be available on-line and...

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