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Driving Under An OVI Suspension

"I had to get to work.  If I missed another day they were going to fire me, so I drove and got a ticket.  What is going to happen?"   Driving under an OVI suspension is a violation of Ohio Revised Code 4510.14.  It is a separate offense from a DUI/OVI charge and carries harsh mandatory…
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Driving Under Suspension: The Warrant Block

Yet another way to earn an Ohio license suspension is to have an outstanding warrant. You can find this suspension at Ohio Revised Code Section 4503.13. What is unique about this suspension is that it is not really a suspension, but a block.  A municipal court can send a report to the Ohio BMV that an…
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Changes in Child Support Laws Mean Fewer Suspensions

Last year over 100,000 parents had their driver's license suspended for failure to satisfy their child support obligation.  Many advocates suggest that it is an inability to pay not an unwillingness and point to the downturn in Ohio's economy.  On Wednesday a new law will go into effect allowing parents who pay at least 1/2…
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Driving Under Suspension: What is a 12-Point Suspension?

12 Point Suspensions  Driving under suspension is a serious offense in Ohio. A violation is a first degree misdemeanor and some provisions of the law provide for mandatory jail time.  A twelve point suspension is caused by the accumulation of not less than 12 points on your driving record within a two-year period.  The suspension…
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Juvenile Driving Suspensions

JUVENILE DRIVING SUSPENSIONS ARE HARSH! If you are the parent of a juvenile and he or she admits to a violation of law he or she may face very harsh penalties that affect their ability to drive.  If a child has been adjudicated unruly, delinquent, or a juvenile traffic offender for having committed any act that,…
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