The Ohio State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office and Ohio Department of Natural Resources announced today that a sobriety checkpoint will be held from 10:00 pm to 2:00 am tonight on State Route 235 at Indian Lake State Park, in Logan County. According to local news stories, the checkpoint will be accompanied by aggressive saturation patrols which will surround the area looking for possible problem drivers.
There will be an OVI sobriety checkpoint tonight in Clark County, Springfiield, Ohio beginning at 7 pm and ending at 11 pm. According to the Clark County Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the location of the checkpoint will be at Lagunda Rd in Springfield.
Ohio Administrative Code 3701-53-03 regulates the testing of blood, urine and other bodily substances for purposes of evidential testing. Section (A) is specific to alcohol and approves gas chromatography and enzyme assays as approved testing techniques. “The technique or method must have documented sensitivity, specificity, accuracy, precision and linearity. The technique or method can be based on procedures which have been published in a peer reviewed or juried scientific journal or thoroughly documented by the laboratory.
Where Can I Go For My Driver Intervention Program in the Miami Valley, Dayton, Ohio?
Listed below are some of the regional DRIVER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS that you can choose from, if the program is made a part of your sentence. Consult with Dayton DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland to determine which 3-day program is best for you.
If you are arrested for DUI (now known as OVI – operating a vehicle impaired) in Montgomery County, Ohio you may go to one of several Municipal courts serving Montgomery County. In addition to the Dayton Municipal Court, located at the Montgomery County Courts Building on Perry St in downtown Dayton, Ohio, Montgomery County also has two County Municipal Courts. The Montgomery County Area Two Court is located at 6111 Taylorsville Rd, in Huber Heights, Ohio. You can reach the [Read the full post. . .]