OVI science is a term used to describe the myriad disciplines of science involved in the defense of OVI (drunk driving cases). Here is a quick explanation of Henry's Law. If you have ever opened a cold beer you are familiar with Henry’s Law. As the drink is poured small gas bubbles escape into the…Read more
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Troopers Will Ticket You For Seat Belt Law Violations Starting Monday! On Monday (May 18, 2015) the Ohio State Highway Patrol will begin a seat belt law enforcement blitz targeting drivers and passengers who are not buckled up. The seat belt crackdown is part of the national Click It or Ticket campaign. What makes this an…Read more
Have we reached a point where the mere presence of alcohol on the breath is enough to place a person under arrest? We ask this question because the "odor of an alcoholic beverage" is the first and most relied upon clue an officer notes in his or her report. Not only does it determine that…Read more
Can you do the Finger Dexterity Test? There are three distinct phases to an alcohol investigation. The first phase involves the officer's observation of a person's driving. It is called the "Vehicle In Motion" phase. The ultimate determination in this phase is whether or not the officer will initiate a traffic stop. Phase one of…Read more
While there is not a consensus definition of what "binge drinking" is, we know that college students do a lot of it and they do it with beer. When a person consumes heavily with the intention of achieving intoxication above .08% BAC, they are 74.4 percent of the time doing it with beer. (Nami, et…Read more