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Do Not Become a Repeat OVI Offender

February 26, 2019

By now, the general public is well aware of the dangers associated with drinking and driving. The higher a person’s BAC becomes, the more their decision making, reaction time and motor skills are impaired, which means they become a hazard to anyone who shares the road with them if they... View Article

Can You Remove a DUI from Your Record in Ohio?

February 11, 2019

Having a DUI on your permanent criminal record can be damaging to future career prospects. In many cases, you’re able to have non-violent criminal offenses removed from your criminal record with expungement. When a charge is expunged, that record is sealed to the public and does not show up on... View Article

What Are the Risks of an OVI in Ohio?

January 28, 2019

Getting a DUI in Ohio, like anywhere else, is a serious crime that will result in at least minor penalties for the offender. A first offense may only be a misdemeanor, but that doesn’t mean it won’t have severe consequences, some of which have lasting effects. Repeat offenders and anyone... View Article

Important Facts About Drunk Driving You Should Know

January 23, 2019

Drunk driving is an epidemic that affects communities across the United States. Throughout the nation, drunk driving causes injuries and fatalities to both victims and perpetrators alike. It’s important to possess a thorough working knowledge of the dangers and realities of drunk driving so that you and your loved ones... View Article

Utah Becomes First State to Lower Legal BAC to 0.05

January 9, 2019

Utah recently made the historic move of lowering the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) for drivers from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent. The new law, which took effect in early January 2019, could set a new precedent for other states around the nation weighing lower BAC restrictions on drivers. Some... View Article