Internet Resources For Alcohol Treatment And Recovery If you receive an Ohio OVI charge, you may recognize that alcohol is having an adverse impact on your life. If so, here are some resources. HAMS is a free peer-led support and information group for anyone who wants to change their drinking behaviors for the better. The…Read more
DUI attorney Charles Rowland represents the accused drunk driver in Ohio.
What I have learned being a DUI attorney. I have learned through the years that being a drunk driving defense attorney inspires some intense emotions in folks. I have been called some vicious names and I have had people wish harm on me and my family - "I hope that your kids..." A person's natural instinct…Read more
How Can Having A Skilled DUI Attorney Help? Even if you think you are guilty and just want to “get it over with,” you should still consider consulting with a skilled DUI attorney. We speak with people all the time who find themselves in terrible positions because, being motivated by shame and humiliation, they went…Read more
If you have a client who does not speak english (or "cop english"), or if you have a client that does not hear well, they should not be considered impaired if they cannot follow the officer's instructions during the standardized field sobriety tests. The National Sobriety Testing Resource Center has put out a study, Impediments to…Read more
According to their own manual, the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (hereinafter HGN Test) is the most reliable of the three standardized field sobriety tests. The police are trained that it is 77% accurate at detecting subjects at or above a .10% blood alcohol concentration. But that is not the whole story. Officers are not told that…Read more