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What is the Ohio Point System for Traffic Violations?

In Ohio, the consequences for traffic violations include the point system recorded by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). The Ohio point system seeks to discourage drivers from committing repeated

Felony Theft vs. Petty Theft in Ohio

If you’re facing a theft charge in Ohio, understanding the evidence the prosecution will use to determine your specific charge is important. Additionally, you’ll face different consequences depending on whether

Steps to Take if You Are Experiencing Domestic Violence

In 2021, 131 domestic abuse fatalities were reported in Ohio, a 20 percent increase in deaths over the previous year and a 62 percent increase over the past two years. 

Understanding Ohio Drug Crime Laws

Being convicted of a drug crime in Ohio is a weighty matter with severe consequences, including hefty fines and lengthy jail sentences. Depending on the offense and circumstances, drug offenses

Does a DUI / OVI Affect Auto Insurance in Ohio?

An OVI or DUI conviction comes with severe consequences. Driving while intoxicated poses a danger to you, your passengers, and other people on the road. It also makes you a

What Questions And Information Is Someone Who Is Stopped By Law Enforcement Required To Provide Answers To During An OVI Or DUI Investigation?

First and foremost, folks who are stopped are required to cooperate with the officer if they are asked to exit the vehicle. Sometimes they think they don’t have to, which

What’s the Difference Between an OVI and a DUI in Ohio?

Is There a Difference Between OVI and DUI in Ohio? DUI (Driving Under the Influence) and OVI (Operating a Vehicle while Impaired) are interchangeable terms, so while OVI is a

What Does The Prosecution Have To Prove For A DUI Or OVI Conviction In Ohio?

For a per se case, all they have to do is prove that you’re over the legal limit, and that’s why I said don’t take these breath tests or chemical

What Exactly Is Considered OVI In Ohio?

An OVI Operating a Vehicle while Impaired is how it’s defined by statute. The two main OVI sections are what’s known as the 451119(A)(i)(a) charge, the Ohio Revised Code, which

What If Someone Can’t Remember All The Details Of Their Arrest Or The Investigation And What Took Place? Does That Mean They Don’t Have A Good Case?

Fortunately, nowadays, it’s becoming more and more common for cruiser or body cameras to be present on many law enforcement agencies around here. Let’s face it, you’re nervous, you may

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