If you are arrested on suspicion of OVI in Montgomery County, Ohio, your case will be heard in one of these courts.
Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. This court hears all felony level cases including aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault and felony-enhanced DUI offenses. The Court is located in the Montgomery County Courts Building at 41 N. Perry Street in downtown Dayton. The Judges who serve the Montgomery County Court of Common Please are: Dennis Adkins, [Read the full post. . .]
WE CAN HELP IF YOU ARE ARRESTED ON BASE
We have a former J.A.G. officer on staff to help with military DUI/OVI cases. Located conveniently near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Charles M. Rowland II has successfully represented active-duty military, contractors, and civilian employees for over 15 years. He knows how to deal with issues of deployment, security clearances, loss of rank, loss of on-base driving privileges and issues related to out-of-state licenses. If you find yourself arrested for [Read the full post. . .]
Ohio appears ready to pass a requirement that judges consider a persons’ military service when deciding a sentence in a criminal case. Sub. S.B. 330, proposed by Senator Joe Schiavoni would apply to both misdemeanor and felony charges. “They have been through things that most of us haven’t,” Schiavoni said. “It’s so, so important we consider that before they get thrown into jail and their problems aren’t handled properly.” Schiavoni says the bill has bipartisan support from both legislators [Read the full post. . .]
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The consequences of an OVI while serving active duty in the military can be devastating: dishonorable discharge, rank reduction, pay deduction, loss of security clearance, fines and jail time and mandatory military counseling sessions and potential exclusion from some sensitive operations. Military regulations often subject its members to enhanced Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP), which go above and beyond the punishments allowed by civilian law. We are seeing more cases where the leadership is “cracking down” on drunk driving [Read the full post. . .]