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Centerville OVI Checkpoint (Sept. 19, 2014)

Centerville OVI checkpointThere will be a Centerville OVI checkpoint tonight from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. at South Main St. and Dale Ridge Dr.  The sobriety checkpoint will be accompanied by aggressive saturation patrols in and around the area.  Be safe and designate a sober driver.

If you want to receive updated information on Centerville OVI checkpoint locations, enhanced traffic enforcement, saturation patrols and other important developments that affect you, sign up for text alerts on the main page of this blog. OVI checkpoint alerts will be sent directly to your mobile device/smartphone. You should also know that we respect your trust and we will never send you irrelevant information and/or advertisements. This service is free and available to the general public.

You can also put DaytonDUI on your Android Smart phone via the DaytonDUI app. The app helps you know your rights and know yourself by providing a drink tally so that you do not overindulge. You can send safe drinking tips to friends or use the app to find the nearest taxi for a safe trip home. The app brings you the best of DaytonDUI’s video and audio content and gives you a chance to take pictures and record memories so that you can aid in your own defense. We provide OVI checkpoint information because our sincere desire is to make our roads a safer place.

Centerville OVI checkpoint attorney Charles M. Rowland II dedicates his practice to defending the accused drunk driver in the Miami Valley and throughout Ohio.  He has the credentials and the experience to win your case and has made himself Dayton’s choice for drunk driving defense. Contact Charles Rowland by phone at (937) 318-1384 or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (888-769-5263). If you need assistance after hours, call the 24/7 DUI Hotline at (937) 776-2671.  You can have DaytonDUI at your fingertips by downloading the DaytonDUI Android App or have DaytonDUI sent directly to your mobile device by texting DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Facebook, @DaytonDUI on Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Pheed and Pintrest or get RSS of the Ohio DUI blog

You can email CharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or visit his office at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.  “All I do is DUI defense.”

For more on Centerville OVI checkpoint call me, or check these city-specific sites at the following links:

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Arrested for OVI in Centerville, Ohio?

If you are arrested for OVI in Centerville, Ohio your case will be heard in the Kettering Municipal Court.  The Kettering Municipal Court provides justice services for the communities of Centerville, Kettering, Moraine and Washington Township. The Kettering Municipal Court is located at 2325 Wilmington Pike in Kettering, Ohio 45420.  You can reach the Kettering Municipal Court Clerk’s Office at (937) 296-2461.  The Kettering Municipal Court’s web site is HERE.  You can get directions to the Kettering Municipal Court by clicking HERE.  You can reach the Centerville Police Department (155 W. Spring Valley Rd., Centerville, Ohio 45458) at 937-433-7661 or by fax at (937) 433-0735.  The Centerville Police Department office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  Visit the Centerville Police Department web site HERE.

If you or a loved one are accused of drunk driving in Centerville, Ohio, CONTACT Centerville OVI attorney Charles M. Rowland II for a free consultation at (937) 318-1DUI (318-1384), or visit www.DaytonDUI.com, www.KetteringDUI.com or www.CentervilleDUI.com. Charles Rowland regularly appears in the Kettering Municipal Court and has worked hard to earn the experience and credentials necessary to defend your Centerville OVI case.  To learn more, check out “How to Hire a DUI Attorney.”


Case Look-Up Information in the Kettering Municipal Court

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If you have been arrested for OVI in Centerville, Kettering, Moraine or Washington Township, your misdemeanor OVI case will be heard in the Kettering Municipal Court.  If you need to find information about a case in the Kettering Municipal Court you can search HERE for case information/case look-up,  or visit the court’s web site HERE.

Charles M. Rowland II has represented the accused drunk driver in the Kettering Municipal Court for over fifteen years.  Charles Rowland dedicates his practice to OVI law and has some of the most impressive credentials for OVI attorneys in the state of Ohio.  If you find yourself in need of criminal representation in the Kettering Municipal Court, contact Dayton DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II today!

You can reach Charles Rowland at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384), 1-888-ROWLAND (888-769-5263), or 24/7 on the after-hours DUI Hotline at 937-776-2671, by texting DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500 or by visiting www.DaytonDUI.com, www.KetteringDUI.com or www.CentervilleDUI.com.

New Year’s Eve By The Numbers

OH - Highway Patrol Badge

According to this storyin the Dayton Daily News, New Year’s Eve was safe. “There were relatively few OVI arrests, and the Dayton Daily News had received no reports of traffic fatalities directly attributed to drunken driving Saturday night as of Sunday afternoon.”  The most active State Highway Patrol Post was Montgomery County which made seven OVI arrests over the weekend.  Miami County OSP made three arrests, Warren County OSP made one and Greene County made no OVI arrests over the New Year’s Eve weekend. “Police departments from Beavercreek to Vandalia and down through Franklin also reported an uneventful New Year’s Eve, with few drunken driving arrests. In Kettering, police held an OVI Task Force on Friday night and stopped a number of drunken drivers, but Kettering reported zero OVI arrests on Saturday night.”  WDTN reported that Dayton Police  was very active this weekend making twenty OVI arrests while Piqua saw four arrests and Wapakoneta had only two.

Not widely reported is that the OSP and local agencies did not hold OVI checkpoints, but instead relied on tried-and-true police enforcement tactics such as “saturation patrols” and putting extra officers on the street.  Now that we are achieving record levels of safety, perhaps courageous officers will come out against OVI checkpoints as ineffective and expensive as compared to saturation patrols.  There is also a good argument that OVI roadblocks have engendered anger and distrust among the public whereas officers who pull over dangerous drivers are perceived as the heroes they truly are.  A good example is Kettering.  Kettering rarely has checkpoints, but the police are active in making the roads safe by conducting OVI “stings” at appropriate times during the year.  My New Year’s resolution is to  continue to fight to end checkpoints and fight for clients who are falsely accused of the highly politicized crime of drunk driving.