Vehicle Seizure in Ohio

November 15th, 2010 by DaytonDUI Leave a reply »
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Vehicle seizures in Ohio are governed by two separate statutory schemes.  The procedure for OVI vehicle seizures is governed by R.C. 4511.195 and the statutory outline for Driving Under Suspension (DUS) and Wrongful Entrustment Cases is controlled by R.C. 4510.  Your vehicle will be seized if you are charged with any of the following offenses:

  1. A second or greater OVI within six (6) years and/or any felony OVI offense;
  2. Driving Under Suspension, R.C. 4510.11(C)(2);
  3. Driving Under and OVI Suspension, R.C. 4510.14(B)(3)(d);
  4. Driving Under an FRA (Financial Responsibility Act) Suspension, R.C. 4510.16(B)(3);
  5. Wrongful Entrustment, R.C. 4511.203(C)(3); or
  6. Violation of an Immobilization Order, R.C. 4503.236(B).

At or before your arraignment, the DUI offices of Charles M. Rowland II will file a motion to have your vehicle released.  This may save you hundreds of dollars in removal and storage fees.  Call us if you need help with any issue related to an Ohio DUI offense at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384).  Charles M. Rowland II limits his practice to representing the accused drunk driver.  He practices in Dayton and throughout the Miami Valley.

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