Often a prospective client will ask if I am the “best OVI attorney in Dayton.” I always answer this question by saying that I am a damn good OVI attorney, but you should investigate me to determine if I am the best attorney for you. The most important decision you will make in your case is determining who will represent you. Here are some things to help you find the best [Read the full post. . .]
Ohio employs a device called the Intoxilyzer 8000. This device has many problems in its operation. In fact, after a lengthy hearing on the Intoxilyzer 8000, a judge in Marietta ruled that the machine was not reliable [Story HERE]. Prosecutors hide behind a 1984 Ohio Supreme Court decision that said because [Read the full post. . .]
I offer this common-sense guide to helping you find the right OVI attorney because I believe that with a good game plan and realistic expectations you can win your case. Since the inception of my practice I have provided the accused drunk driver with access to information about Ohio’s toughdrunk driving laws. I believe that information is the key to overcoming fear and empowering you to make good decisions. Don’t be afraid to ask tough questions and demand [Read the full post. . .]
Imagine that you come across a person who acts confused, their appearance is disheveled, their eyes are bloodshot and they have an odor of alcohol on their breath. Are they drunk?
What I just described is a person who worked for 17 straight hours at a physically and mentally taxing job. Instead of going home, he stopped by a co-worker’s party, had one beer and then proceeded home. He was stopped a police [Read the full post. . .]
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. . .]