When you are stopped on suspicion of DUI the question becomes - "Should I Blow?" Unfortunately, the answer is "maybe" and involves a very complicated investigation of the facts of your case and your personal history. You should NEVER refuse the test without understanding how a refusal would affect YOU. No attorney can know all…Read more
Ohio OVI attorney Charles Rowland represents the accused drunk driver in Ohio.
Obtaining a license has changed for teen drivers in Ohio. Ohio employs a three-step process to obtaining a license. The first step begins when you turn 15 1/2. At this time you may apply for a temporary permit and take the drivers license knowledge exam and the eye test. If you pass you will receive…Read more
We get this Physical Control Question Quite a Bit! A physical control conviction (R.C. 4511.194) does not count as a "prior offense" for purposes of enhancing a subsequent OVI (drunk driving) charge. This principle is spelled out in case law and in statute. R.C. 4511.181 sets forth the offenses that count as prior convictions. It…Read more
This weekend saw local jurisdictions fully implement the annual Ohio OVI blitz known as "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over." The enforcement action will last until September 7, 2015 and will be accompanied by radio, television and news coverage. The efforts are funded by massive federal grants and allows local and state police forces to garner…Read more
If you are arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Centerville, your Centerville DUI will be heard in the Kettering Municipal Court. Presiding over all Centerville misdemeanor DUI cases in the Kettering Municipal Court is the Honorable Fred Dressel and the Honorable James Long. Small claims are heard by Richard Boucher, attorney-at-law. The elected Clerk…Read more