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DUI Accidents and Ohio Law (Aggravated Vehicular Homicide & Aggravated Vehicular Assault)

If you are involved in an accident while driving under the influence in Ohio you face very harsh penalties.

Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, O.R.C. 2903.06,  is a crime that results from the death of another caused by the defendant’s operating a vehicle while impaired (a violation of R.C. 4511.19)  or while driving negligently or recklessly.  The statute  encompasses driving an automobile recklessly or negligently (called Vehicular homicide) whether or not alcohol played a part in the death.  Often, defendants [Read the full post. . .]

DUI In Xenia, Beavercreek or Fairborn? An Overview of Greene County Courts

If you are arrested for DUI/OVI in Greene County, Ohio you will appear in one of the following courts.

  • Greene County Court of Common Pleas: The Greene County Court of Common Pleas is located at 45 N. Detroit St., Xenia, Ohio 45385 in the historic Greene County Courthouse.  The Court is responsible for felony level offenses (including felony level OVI offenses, Aggravated Vehicular Homicide and Aggravated Vehicular Assault cases) arising in Greene County, Ohio.  The Greene County Court
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Arrested for DUI in Bellbrook? Sugarcreek?

IF YOU ARE CHARGED WITH DUI IN BELLBROOK OR SUGARCREEK, YOUR CASE WILL BE HEARD IN THE XENIA MUNICIPAL COURT

The Xenia Municipal Court has jurisdiction over OVI/DUIviolations of any ordinance, including in Bellbrook, and Sugarcreek, Ohio.  The honorable Michael Murry is the presiding judge of the Xenia Municipal Court and has made a great deal of  information available on the court’s website (LINK).  Visit HERE to see case look-up information via the court’s [Read the full post. . .]

Blood & Urine Specimens O.A.C. 3701-53-05

Arm venipuncture prior to fililng a vacutainer.
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Ohio Administrative Code section 3701-53-05 applies to the collection of blood and urine specimens.  Section (A) requires all samples to be “collected in accordance with section 4511.19 (DUI statute), or section 1547.11 (Boating Under the Influence) of the Revised Code, as applicable.”

Section (B) states, “[w]hen collecting a blood sample, an aqueous solution of non-volatile antiseptic shall be used on the skin.  No alcohols shall be used as a skin antiseptic.”  A good place to start your [Read the full post. . .]