Charles M. Rowland II is proud to be your Huber Heights DUI Attorney.
If you are arrested for misdemeanor DUI / OVI in Huber Heights your case will be heard in the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division). Many refer to Area II as the Huber Heights Municipal Court, but the court’s jurisdiction is larger, covering regions in north-east Montgomery County including the city of Riverside, Ohio. The Montgomery County Municipal Court, Eastern Divsion is located at 6111 [Read the full post. . .]
Xenia OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II has represented clients in the Xenia Municipal Court since 1995. He limits his practice to OVI defense and stays on the cutting edge of OVI science and the tactics necessary to defend your case. Contact Xenia OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 318-1384 or 888-ROWLAND. Here is some important information about the Xenia Municipal Court.
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Xenia Municipal Court, and the honorable Michael Murry, has jurisdiction over OVI/DUI violations of any
I am a proud founding member of the Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.
When people need a DUI Attorney, the biggest challenge is knowing whether or not an attorney truly has the skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies that are needed to successfully resolve and win drunk driving cases. Countless attorneys handle impaired driving cases, but only a very small percentage have the skills, knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies that are needed to successfully resolve and win [Read the full post. . .]
Dayton DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland II serves the Dayton Municipal Court.
If you are arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in the City of Dayton, your misdemeanor case will be heard in the Dayton Municipal Court. The Dayton Municipal Court is located at 301 West Third Street Dayton, Ohio 45402. You can visit the Dayton Municipal Court’s website at: www.DaytonMunicipalCourt.org. Office hours for the Clerk of Court are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, for the [Read the full post. . .]
If you were hoping that the Ohio Supreme Court would curtail a city’s ability to implement policing for profit, you would be disappointed. Last week, in Walker v. Toledo, Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-5461, a divided Supreme Court ruled that cities in Ohio have complete freedom to set up tribunals that do away with due process protections for motorists accused by a machine.
The majority opinion, written by Justice Kennedy held specifically that,
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Municipalities have home-rule authority under Ohio