Xenia OVI attorney Charles M. Rowland II can help you win your case in the Xenia Municipal Court. He has been practicing in the court since 1995 and has worked hard to make himself Xenia’s choice for OVI defense.
He has created www.XeniaDUI.com and www.XeniaOVI.com to provide detailed information about the court, public access to your case, bond schedules, and other important information about your case. If you find yourself in need of a qualified and experienced attorney, for a [Read the full post. . .]
Happy Labor Day! My father started out in the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen which became the United Transportation Union. My Mom was a proud member of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). Without the good wages and benefits provided by their shared sacrifice, I could never have gone to college. Charles M. Rowland II salutes America’s hard-working men and women and joins in our shared hopes that all who seek work can find a [Read the full post. . .]
Dayton drunk driving lawyer Charles M. Rowland understands. You thought a DUI could never happen to you or someone close to you, but now you have suddenly realized you are in a situation that you never expected. You are probably asking yourself, “What happens next?” or “What do I do now?” Contact Dayton drunk driving defense lawyer Charles M. Rowland II to protect all of your rights. You can rest assured that the Government is going to do everything they [Read the full post. . .]
“Poor is the country that has no heroes. But beggared is the people who having them forgets.”
-Col. Wm. A. Jones III, Medal of Honor Recipient-
As you pause to remember those who have died in our nation’s service, have a safe and relaxing Memorial Day Weekend. If you find yourself in need of representation resulting from a DUI arrest, contact Charles M. Rowland II at 937-318-1DUI (318-1384) or 1-888-ROWLAND (888-769-5263).
As an Ohio DUI attorney, I often observe a bias that people carry toward those accused of drunk driving. Psychologists call this phenomena the “Just World Hypothesis.”
The belief that people get what they deserve and deserve what they get, which was first theorized by Melvin Lerner in 1977. Lerner, M.J. & Miller, D.T. (1977). Just-world research and the attribution process: Looking back and ahead.Psychological Bulletin, 85, 1030-1051. Attributing failures to dispositional causes rather than situational [Read the full post. . .]