May 18th is “All Out” Day for the Ohio State Highway Patrol
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be conducting an “All Out Day” on May 18, in which all sworn officers from all ranks will be patrolling Ohio roads in an effort to reduce fatal and injury crashes. The initiative, which serves as a high visibility enforcement effort, is not only a deterrent for crash causing violations, but also calls attention to dangerous driving behaviors. Troopers warn Ohio motorists that, “with the onset of warm weather and an increase in fatalities, it is more important than ever to make sure motorists are keeping their eyes on the road, wearing their safety belts and never driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.”
If you need to speak with an Ohio traffic attorney, please contact Charles M. Rowland II at (937)318-1384 or 1-888-ROWLAND. Our offices have been handling Ohio traffic cases for over seventeen years. As a former prosecutor, Charles M. Rowland II can argue for a reduction or dismissal of your case and can protect your right to drive.
- Ohio DUI and SR-22 Insurance (daytondui.com)
- Ohio DUI Law: Crossing Jurisdictional Lines (daytondui.com)
- 2011 OVI Statistics (from the Ohio State Highway Patrol) (daytondui.com)