When you are stopped on suspicion of DUI the question becomes – “Should I Blow?” Unfortunately, the answer is “maybe” and involves a very complicated investigation of the facts of your case and your personal history. You should NEVER refuse the test without understanding how a refusal would affect YOU. No attorney can know all of the circumstances of your arrest and your personal history, always ask to speak to an attorney when making this decision.
Can you answer “TRUE” [Read the full post. . .]
This article will highlight DUI breath test defenses available to people in Ohio. As we have extensively written on the topic of DUI breath test defenses, this article will direct you to some of the most popular past articles. If you have been charged with a violation of Ohio Revised Code 4511.19 (DUI, OVI, Drunk Driving) please contact Charles M. Rowland II immediately at (937) 318-1384 or on our after-hours DUI hotline at (937) 776-2671.
DUI Breath Tests [Read the full post. . .]
Why do Ohio OVI attorneys question OVI breath tests?
Each of our lungs contain about 300 million small air sacs called “alveoli” that are responsible for the air exchange that keeps us alive. In the alveoli, oxygen from the inhaled air is exchanged for carbon dioxide. Air finds its way to the alveoli via the trachea which divides into the two main stems (bronchi) of the lungs. From there, the air passes through sub-bronchi that may subdivide over 23 times. [Read the full post. . .]
15 days if you took the test, 30 days if you did not (First Offense)
If you are stopped for an OVI, DUI or drunk driving and you refuse to take a chemical test (breath, blood or urine), or if your test results exceed the legal limit of Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), the police officer can and will take your driver’s license on the spot causing your drivers license to be suspended immediately. This pre-conviction suspension [Read the full post. . .]
A drunk driving charge can affect you in ways that you may not expect. Listed below are some of the more vexing issues associated with an Ohio DUI (OVI) charge.
1. Child Custody – If you are involved in a custody dispute, or have a vindictive spouse who would like to start one, a DUI/OVI conviction can be used against you in domestic relations court. Automatic suspensions may make it difficult to exercise visitation with your children. You may [Read the full post. . .]