Category: Fairborn DUI

Fairborn Municipal Court’s Vivitrol Drug Court Program Is Certified

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The Fairborn Municipal Court’s Vivitrol drug court has received certification.

According to the very good story in the Fairborn Herald,

The Fairborn Municipal Vivitrol Drug Court program aims to teach individuals how to live a drug and alcohol-free life. Those accepted are expected to be able to do so within two years of entering the program. It is broken into four phases, and individuals will begin Vivitrol treatment within the first phase, and possibly discontinuing the drug during or after the fourth phase, depending on the individual. In the first phase, participants are screened a minimum of two times per week, visit with the probation officer at least once per week and attend status hearing at the courts twice per month. Phase one lasts 12 weeks, and in order for participants to move on to stage two they must pass the screens for eight consecutive weeks, attend all required appointments and be compliant with court and community control/probation orders.

Phase two highlights drug and mental health counseling by targeting the issues that caused them to begin using drugs in the first place and what complications it has caused them since. Participants will still be screened a minimum of two times per week, attend weekly probation appointments as well as status hearings at the court two times per month. They will additionally attend chemical dependency and mental health counseling per their individual treatment plan. Participants will learn to identify relapse triggers and must begin to develop healthy coping mechanisms. In order to move on to the next stage, participants must have clean drug screens for 12 consecutive weeks, continue following orders and attending meetings.

The third phase aims at action, as participants will have less appointments to attend and will begin applying what they have learned through the program in their day-to-day functions. It lasts 12 weeks, and participants are pushed to start working toward their goals, such as finding employment or enrolling in school, which will vary on a case-by-case basis. Participants must undergo one screen per week, one probation appointment every other week depending on their progress as well as mental health and chemical dependency counseling according to their individual plans. Participants will attend court hearings once per month. In order to start the final phase, participants must have clean drug screens for 12 consecutive weeks, be compliant with all court orders and probation rules and attend all appointments.

The fourth and final phase focuses on continuation, as participants will have even fewer appointments to attend and will keep working toward their goals. They will be screened twice per month, attend probation appointments every three to four weeks, see the judge once per month and have chemical dependency counseling according to their individualized treatment plans. In order to begin aftercare, they must have clean drug screens for the remaining five months, complete a relapse prevention plan, attend all required appointments and continue to follow court orders and probation rules.

The program then monitors participants for six months following completion, by meeting with the probation officer on a monthly basis and choosing whether or not to continue counseling and court status hearings.

Naltrexone reverses the effects of opioids and is used primarily in the management of alcohol dependence and opioid dependence. It is marketed in generic form as its hydrochloride salt, naltrexone hydrochloride, and marketed under the trade names Revia and Depade. In some countries, including the United States, a once-monthly extended-release injectable formulation is marketed under the trade name Vivitrol. [Wiki].

Vivitrol Drug CourtThe program is expected to receive final certification from the Ohio Supreme Court Specialized Docket Division following an inspection and observation after the program has begun. People referred to the Vivitrol drug court would be assessed by the judge, defense counsel, prosecutor and probation officer.  To be in the program, the defendant will be required to take Vivitrol. Once admitted, they meet with the probation officer for a risk assessment, then a drug and alcohol and mental health assessment. At that point, the treatment team would review the individual’s assessments results and would discuss if the individual would be a good candidate for the Vivitrol drug court program.

Fairborn Municipal Court 2014 Annual Report

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The Fairborn Municipal Court, 1148 Kauffman Ave., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.

Fairborn Municipal CourtThe Fairborn Municipal Court has released its 2014 “Annual Report.” Here are some highlights:

  • The total number of charges filed in 2014 was 21,677;
  • In 2014, the Court conducted 70 Criminal and Traffic Trials;
  • In 2014, the Court conducted 2 jury trials;
  • There were 601 OVI (drunk driving) cases filed in 2014;
  • The Ohio State Highway Patrol was the most active agency brining 299 OVI charges. Beavercreek P.D filed 152. Fairborn P.D. filed 120, Greene County Sheriff filed 28 OVI charges and one (1) was filed by Greene County Parks and Wright State University;

If you find yourself charged with an OVI in the Fairborn Municipal Court please contact Charles M. Rowland II, Babb & Rowland, LLC, 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324, or visit or “All I do is DUI defense.

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Fairborn Municipal Court 2014 Annual Report

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The Fairborn Municipal Court, covering the jurisdictions of Beavercreek, Fairborn, Beavercreek Township and Bath Township has released it 2014 Annual Report. There were 601 OVI cases filed in the Court. Of those filings, the jurisdictional breakdown was:

  • Beavercreek Police (152)
  • Fairborn Police (120)
  • Ohio State Highway Patrol (600)
  • Wright State Police (1)
  • Greene County Parks (1)
  • Greene County Sheriff (28)

The takeaway is that the primary enforcement OVI enforcement arm remains the Ohio State Highway Patrol. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 2014 Statistical Summary, they made a total of 368 OVI arrests in the entirety of Greene County. This means that all but 69 of those arrests went to the Fairborn Municipal Court. In 2014, Troopers made 24,706 OVI arrests across Ohio.

For more information about Fairborn Municipal Court,  Fairborn OVI or Beavercreek OVI cases, please click on the appropriate section of this blog.


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Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Honored

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Congratulation to Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Beth Root on her selection to the Fairborn City Schools Hall of Honor.  The Hall of Honor program recognizes the outstanding achievements of Fairborn graduates, former Fairborn faculty members and those community members who have provided exemplary service to the school district.

Judge Root, a 1985 FHS Valedictorian will be honored in a ceremony on April 24th at the Fairborn High School Auditorium.

Like Judge Root, we try to honor our home city of Fairborn by upholding the highest standards of the legal community. We hope that you consider us your Fairborn hometown attorneys. Call Charlie at (937) 318-1384 for a free Fairborn DUI consultation, and contact the Fairborn law firm of Babb & Rowland, LLC to help with your case.  We are a full service law firm dedicated to customer service.

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Fairborn Municipal Court Jury Trial Status

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The Fairborn Municipal Court website allows you to check the status of their jury trials on-line [HERE]. This means that instead of showing up at the court unnecessarily, you can check on-line.  The site also gives you a telephone number (937) 754-3040, which provides updated information on whether or not a jury trial will go forward on a certain date.

Fairborn Municipal Court services Beavercreek, Fairborn and Bath Township and has concurrent jurisdiction with areas adjacent to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. If you are arrested for an OVI offense and need an attorney who regularly appears in the Fairborn/Beavercreek Municipal Court, please contact Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 318-1384.

Here is an inside tip. Choose option 2 when you call and it will take you directly to the Jury Commissioner.