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Federal OVI Offenses: Where Will My Case Be Heard?

September 17th, 2013

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Federal OVI offenses are handled in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.  Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases (including Federal OVI offenses) a year in 48 of Ohio’s 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a Federal OVI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton’s Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45402.  You can contact the Court at (937)512-1400 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  An Ohio DUI lawyer experienced in federal dui laws and drunk driving cases can explain the difference between state and federal prosecutions, and the potential penalties of each.  If you are arrested for DUI on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the court will apply Ohio law in adjudicating your case via the Assimilative Crimes Act.  Generally, you will face the same harsh penalties for a Federal OVI  as you would under Ohio DUI law.

 

Contact Charles Rowland by phone at 937-318-1DUI (937-318-1384), 937-879-9542, or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (1-888-769-5263).  For after-hours help contact our 24/7 DUI HOTLINE at 937-776-2671.  Immediate help is available by filling out the CONTACT form on any of these pages.  For information about Dayton DUI sent directly to your mobile device, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/DaytonDUI or Get Twitterupdates via SMS by texting follow DaytonDUI to 40404. DaytonDUI is also available on Facebook and you can access updates by becoming a fan of Dayton DUI/OVI Defense.  You can also email Charles Rowland at: CharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or write to us at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.

For more information on Federal OVI, please visit the Federal OVI section of this blog.

 

Military DUI: FAQ’s For Active Duty Soldiers Who Face A DUI Charge

September 6th, 2013

military duiIf you are an active duty soldier and receive a military DUI (drunk driving) charge, you may face civilian DUI penalties or military DUI punishment.  This article will describe what military penalties are available and under what circumstances they are invoked. For information about DUI in the civilian courts, click on the appropriate category of the Ohio DUI Blog.

Who Will Prosecute My Military DUI?

The overwhelming number of DUI cases will be prosecuted in the civilian courts and the military authorities will not seek jurisdiction. Punishment under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice (court martial/Article 15s) is not available to the military if the civilian authorities are prosecuting your DUI case.  This is true even if your DUI case gets dismissed or reduced.  If you are facing a DUI charge and the civilian court takes your case you could theoretically face charges for crimes that the civilian authorities choose not to prosecute, but this almost never happens.

As with other aspects of a DUI case, make sure you hire an attorney who has some experience and can guide you through the civilian process.  It may become necessary for your  DUI attorney to handle your case in such a manner so as to assure civilian prosecution.  Other times it may be advantageous to have the military take jurisdiction.  Either way, you need an attorney with enough foresight to see the issues and enough gravitas to work with the proper authorities to seek relief.  At DaytonDUI, we have a former J.A.G. on staff and have represented soldiers and civilian employees since 1995.  We are located adjacent to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Fairborn, Ohio.  Charles M. Rowland II has testified as an expert witness in evidential breath testing for the United States in DUI court martial proceedings and has served as a city prosecutor responsible for handling DUI prosecutions.  He regularly appears in the United States District Court (DUIs on federal property) and in all Ohio civilian court jurisdictions on behalf of the accused soldier.  He is uniquely positioned to help.

Where Should I Go For Help?

If you have been charged with a DUI, your first stop should be your military area defense counsel (ADC).  The ADC will provide you confidential advice and can work with your civilian DUI defense attorney.  They usually have a good sense as to how the local court handles OVI matters and can help you from the military standpoint as well.  You should talk with ADC even if you have a civilian attorney as they can prepare you for any administrative action that the military imposes in drunk driving cases.  If the military takes jurisdiction of your DUI case and proceeds under Article 15, you are entitled to free representation via the Area Defense Counsel.  If you choose, you can have a civilian attorney represent you, but this will be at your own expense.  The ADC cannot represent you in civilian court. A great web resource is Military One Stop [Here], which provides information on military DUI and provided valuable information for this military DUI article.

To hire civilian counsel, contact Charles M. Rowland and read, “How to Hire A DUI Attorney.”

What Military DUI Punishments Are Available?

There are two forms of punishments that you may face if the military takes jurisdiction of your case.  The first group are UCMJ proceedings and include Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP) and Judicial Punishment (Court Martials).  The second group of punishments are Administrative Actions.

Commanders can levy NJP to soldiers under Article 15 of the UCMJ (Note: The Air Force and Army call these actions “Article 15s,” whereas the Navy and Coast Guard call the action a “Captain’s Mast” or “Mast” and the Marine Corps calls the action “Office Hours.”)  Under NJP, commanders can make an inquiry into the facts surrounding the offenses allegedly committed, afford the accused a hearing, and either dismiss the charges, impose punishment under the provisions of Article 15, or refer the case to a court-martial. Under NJP, commanding officers can punish you through a variety of mechanisms, usually dependent on the nature of the offense. These can include an official reprimand, extra duty, restriction to limits, forfeiture of pay, and reduction of grade. Id.  If you are stopped on the installation, or the civilian authorities are not prosecuting you, you can still receive a court-martial for a military DUI under Article 111 of the UCMJ. Article 111 specifically states that any person who operates or physically controls any vehicle, aircraft, or vessel in a reckless or wanton manner or while impaired shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. Punishments related to court-marital can include forfeiture of pay, reduction in grade, confinement, and dismissal from the military.

What Administrative Actions Are Available?

So your DUI (drunk driving) case has been prosecuted in the civilian courts.  Can the military still take action against you?  Unfortunately, they can.  These actions can include:

  • Letter of Reprimand. A letter of reprimand is a formal document from your superior (usually a general officer) that details your wrongful actions and the punishment that can be expected. Although letters of reprimand are less severe than a court-martial, they can be career-ending as the letter remains in your record and can have adverse effects on your ability to receive a promotion.
  • Revocation of pass privileges. Your commander can revoke your ability to go on leave. If you are being charged by civilian authorities, this usually lasts until the civilian court proceedings are complete. If you are facing military punitive actions, this denial of leave typically lasts until your UCMJ punishments are served and complete.
  • Mandatory referral to a substance abuse treatment program. Your commander can mandate that you enroll in and complete a substance abuse treatment program through your branch of Service’s respective program.
  • Corrective training. Your commander may require corrective training if he/she believes you would benefit from additional instruction or practice in a particular area. This training is designed to correct deficiencies and eliminate the need for formal disciplinary measures in the future.
  • Administrative reduction in grade. Depending on your situation and your rank, your commander can reduce your grade. The rank of the commander who may approve an administrative reduction in grade depends on your rank.
  • Bar to reenlistment. A bar to reenlistment is a procedure that commanders may use to deny you the opportunity to reenlist after your current service is complete. This procedure is used for those whose immediate separation is not warranted, but whose reenlistment is not in the best interest of the military.

To learn more about you military DUI case, contact Charles M. Rowland for a free consultation.  Ohio DUI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II dedicates his practice to defending the accused drunk driver in the Miami Valley and throughout Ohio.  He has the credentials and the experience to win your case and has made himself Dayton’s choice for drunk driving defense. Contact Charles Rowland by phone at (937) 318-1384 or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (888-769-5263). If you need assistance after hours, call the 24/7 DUI Hotline at (937) 776-2671.  You can have DaytonDUI at your fingertips by downloading the DaytonDUI Android App or have DaytonDUI sent directly to your mobile device by texting DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Facebook, @DaytonDUI on Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Pheed and Pintrest or get RSS of the Ohio DUI blog.  You can emailCharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or visit his office at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.  “All I do is DUI defense.”

Find city-specific Military DUI information at the following links:

FairbornDaytonSpringfieldKetteringVandaliaXeniaMiamisburgSpringboro,Huber HeightsOakwoodBeavercreekCenterville 

DUI in Dayton, Ohio? Your Case Will Be Heard In The Dayton Municipal Court

May 7th, 2013

DaytonSealIf you are arrested on suspicion of  drunk driving in the City of Dayton, your misdemeanor DUI 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 acceptance of case filings and payments. Parking, Traffic and Criminal payments can also be paid online at www.PayMyFine.org.  A full list of contact numbers is available on the Court’s website and the Clerk can be reached at (937) 333-4300.  Five full-time elected judges, selected on a nonpartisan ballot to serve for a six-year term, serve the Dayton Municipal Court.  Currently the serving judges are: The Honorable Chris Roberts, The Honorable John S. Pickrel, The Honorable Daniel Gehres, The Honorable Carl S. Henderson and The Honorable Dierdre Logan. Two full-time Magistrates who hear certain civil cases, small claims cases, eviction procedures and initial appearances for defendants summoned in for arraignment also serve the court. They also preside over traffic and criminal cases.  The jurisdiction of the Court includes everything within the boundaries of the City of Dayton. The court has jurisdiction over a violation of any ordinance of the City of Dayton; any state of Ohio statutory misdemeanor or traffic violation committed in Dayton; and jurisdiction to preside over preliminary hearings for felony cases that occur in the City of Dayton.

If you are arrested on federal property (like Wright-Patterson Air Force Base), your DUI/OVI case may be held in the United Stated District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.  The fact that the DUI will be heard in a federal court should not concern you, as Charles M. Rowland II has experience in that court handling DUI cases.  Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases a year in 48 of Ohio’s 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a federal DUI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton’s Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45402.  You can contact the Court at (937)512-1400 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  An Ohio DUI lawyer experienced in federal dui laws and drunk driving cases can explain the difference between state and federal prosecutions, and the potential penalties of each.  If you are arrested for DUI on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the court will apply Ohio law in adjudicating your case via the Assimilative Crimes Act.  Generally, you will face the same harsh penalties for a federal DUI as you would under Ohio DUI law.

Contact Charles Rowland by phone at 937-318-1DUI (937-318-1384), 937-879-9542, or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (1-888-769-5263).  For after-hours help contact our 24/7 DUI HOTLINE at 937-776-2671.  Immediate help is available by filling out the CONTACT form on any of these pages.  For information about Dayton DUI sent directly to your mobile device, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/DaytonDUI or Get Twitterupdates via SMS by texting follow DaytonDUI to 40404. DaytonDUI is also available on Facebook and you can access updates by becoming a fan of Dayton DUI/OVI Defense.  You can also email Charles Rowland at: CharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or write to us at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.

Montgomery County, Ohio OVI Attorney

March 7th, 2013

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If you are arrested on suspicion of OVI in Montgomery County, Ohio, your case will be heard in one of these courts.

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas.  This court hears all felony level cases including aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault and felony-enhanced DUI offenses.  The Court is located in the Montgomery County Courts Building at 41 N. Perry Street in downtown Dayton.  The Judges who serve the Montgomery County Court of Common Please are: Dennis AdkinsSteven DankofBarbara P. Gorman (Administrative and Presiding Judge), Mary Katherine HuffmanDennis J. LangerFrances E. McGeeTimothy N. O’ConnellConnie S. PriceGregory F. SingerMichael L. Tucker, and Mary Wiseman.  You can contact the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts, Monday through Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Criminal Division: Room 104, (937) 225-4536, Fax: (937) 496-7581.  The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department is located at 345 W. Second St., P.O. Box 972, Dayton, Ohio 45422, (937) 225-4357.  The Montgomery County Jail is located at 330 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45422 and can be reached at (937)225-4160.  For more useful information on Montgomery County, Ohio please visit the Government Web Site.

O.V.U.A.C. (Operating a vehicle after underage consumption) and Juvenile OVI offenses are heard in the Montgomery County Juvenile Court located at the Juvenile Justice Center, 380 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45422.  The court can be reached at the following departments: Court Administration: (937) 225-4267, Clerk’s Office: (937) 225-4198 – (937) 225-4199, Ancillary Services/Legal: (937) 225-4250, Detention Services: (937) 496-7324, Intervention Center: (937) 225-4141 or (937) 496-6559.  The Judges who serve the Montgomery County Juvenile Court are the Honorable Nick Kuntz and the Honroable Anthony Capizzi.

Montgomery County Court. On September 8, 2010, Montgomery County Area One and Area Two Courts officially became the Montgomery County Municipal Court.  There will be two divisions of the Montgomery County Municipal Court, a Western Division located in New Lebanon at 195 S. Clayton Rd., New Lebanon, Ohio 45345, and an Eastern Division located in Huber Heights at 6111 Taylorsville Rd., Huber Heights, Ohio 45424.   Many people refer to the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division) 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 Judges serving the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Eastern Division) are the Honorable James D. Piergies and the Honorable James A Hensley.  You can reach the Eastern Division by telephone at (937) 496-7231.  The Montgomery County Municipal Court (Western Division) serves the cities of Trotwood and Brookville, the villages of New Lebanon, Phillipsburg, Farmersville and Verona, and townships including Clay Township, Jackson Township, Jefferson Township and Perry Township.  This court is served by Judges James L Manning and Adele Riley.  You can reach the Montgomery County Municipal Court (Western Division) at (937) 687-9099.

If you are arrested for drunk driving in the City of Dayton, your misdemeanor DUI 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 acceptance of case filings and payments. Parking, Traffic and Criminal payments can also be paid online at www.PayMyFine.org.  A full list of contact numbers is available on the Court’s website and the Clerk can be reached at (937) 333-4300.  Five full-time elected judges, selected on a nonpartisan ballot to serve for a six-year term, serve the Dayton Municipal Court.  Currently the serving judges are: The Honorable Chris Roberts, The Honorable John S. Pickrel, The Honorable Daniel Gehres, The Honorable Carl S. Henderson and The Honorable Dierdre Logan. Two full-time Magistrates who hear certain civil cases, small claims cases, eviction procedures and initial appearances for defendants summoned in for arraignment also serve the court. They also preside over traffic and criminal cases.  The jurisdiction of the Court includes everything within the boundaries of the City of Dayton. The court has jurisdiction over a violation of any ordinance of the City of Dayton; any state of Ohio statutory misdemeanor or traffic violation committed in Dayton; and jurisdiction to preside over preliminary hearings for felony cases that occur in the City of Dayton.

If you are arrested on suspicion of  OVI (drunk driving) inCentervilleKetteringMoraine or Washington Township, your DUI case will be heard in the Kettering Municipal Court.   The Honorable Thomas Hannah and the Honorable Robert Moore serves as judges of the Kettering Municipal Court.  The Kettering Municipal Court, located at 2325 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, Ohio 45420 serves a population of over 117,000.  The court is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am — 4:30 pm and can be reached at (937) 296-2461.  If you are arrested in Moraine, Ohio, your OVI case may be handled in the Moraine Mayor’s Court which is located at 4200 Dryden Road, Moraine, Ohio 45439.  Your attorney will meet with a prosecuting attorney who represents the city at the Moraine City Building, 4200 Dryden Rd., Moraine, Ohio 45439, for purposes of plea negotiations.  If yourMoraine OVI case requires a motion to suppress, or if you request that the matter be set for trial, your case will be transferred to the Kettering Municipal Court for adjudication pursuant to Ohio law.

Vandalia Municipal Courts jurisdiction serves approximately 83.5 square miles, which includes the Cities of Vandalia, Englewood, Clayton, Union and the Townships of Harrison and Butler, located in the Montgomery County, Ohio.  The Court is located on the 2nd floor of the Justice Center at 245 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive, Vandalia, Ohio. The Court operates Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  The honorable Cynthia M. Heck is the elected judge of the Vandalia Municipal Court and will preside over your case.  You may also appear before the Vandalia Municipal Court Magistrates: Bonnie Beaman Rice and Fred M. Izenson.  Listed below is some very helpful links to the Vandalia Municipal Court.  To visit the Vandalia Municipal Court’s useful and informative website, please click HERE.  For Court Contact Information visit HERE.  Court Rules are located HERE.  You can make a payment to the court HERE.  Look up Public Records (Case Look-up) HERE.  Learn more about the Court’s Probation Department HERE.  Access Court Forms HERE.

If you are arrested on suspicion of OVI (drunk driving) in MiamisburgWest Carrollton,GermantownGerman Township or Miami Township, your misdemeanor DUI case will be heard in the Miamisburg Municipal Court.  The Honorable Robert E. Messham, Jr. has presided over the Miamisburg Municipal Court since 1989. John F. Kolberg serves as the Court’s Magistrate.  The Miamisburg Municipal Court, located at 10 N. First Street, Miamisburg, Ohio 45342, serves a population of over 80,000 and handles in excess of 15,000 cases per year.  The court is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am — 4:00 pm and can be reached at (937) 866-2203.  The Miamisburg Municipal Court has a very good web site that you can access at www.miamisburgcourts.com.  Follow the links below to utilize popular aspects of the Court’s site: Clerk of CourtsCase Look-UpMap & DirectionsLocal RulesPay On-Line.

Oakwood, Ohio is served by the Oakwood Municipal Court (click HERE for link to the Court).  The Oakwood Municipal Court hears all misdemeanor cases, arraignments and traffic violations, as well as preliminary hearings on felony cases. The court also hears small claims and civil cases.  Most cases are heard on Thursday mornings beginning at 8:30 a.m., and trials are usually held on Friday.  If you are arrested for OVI in Oakwood, you will appear in the Oakwood Municipal Court, 30 Park Avenue , in Oakwood’s Municipal Building.  Hearings and trials are held in the same chamber wherein the council meetings are held.  Questions about the court should be directed to the Clerk of the Oakwood Municipal Court at 293-3058.  The Clerk of Courts Office is open 8-5 Monday through Friday.

Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases a year in 48 of Ohio’s 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a federal DUI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton’s Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45402.  You can contact the Court at (937)512-1400 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  An Ohio DUI lawyer experienced in federal dui laws and drunk driving cases can explain the difference between state and federal prosecutions, and the potential penalties of each.  If you are arrested for DUI on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the court will apply Ohio law in adjudicating your case via the Assimilative Crimes Act.  Generally, you will face the same harsh penalties for a federal DUI as you would under Ohio DUI law.

Contact Charles Rowland by phone at 937-318-1DUI (937-318-1384), 937-879-9542, or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (1-888-769-5263).  For after-hours help contact our 24/7 DUI HOTLINE at 937-776-2671.  Immediate help is available by filling out the CONTACT form on any of these pages.  For information about Dayton DUI sent directly to your mobile device, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/DaytonDUI or Get Twitterupdates via SMS by texting follow DaytonDUI to 40404. DaytonDUI is also available on Facebook and you can access updates by becoming a fan of Dayton DUI/OVI Defense.  You can also email Charles Rowland at: CharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or write to us at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.

Dayton OVI Attorney

February 19th, 2013

DaytonSealIf you are arrested on suspicion of  drunk driving in the City of Dayton, your misdemeanor DUI 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 acceptance of case filings and payments. Parking, Traffic and Criminal payments can also be paid online at www.PayMyFine.org.  A full list of contact numbers is available on the Court’s website and the Clerk can be reached at (937) 333-4300.  Five full-time elected judges, selected on a nonpartisan ballot to serve for a six-year term, serve the Dayton Municipal Court.  Currently the serving judges are: The Honorable Chris Roberts, The Honorable John S. Pickrel, The Honorable Daniel Gehres, The Honorable Carl S. Henderson and The Honorable Dierdre Logan. Two full-time Magistrates who hear certain civil cases, small claims cases, eviction procedures and initial appearances for defendants summoned in for arraignment also serve the court. They also preside over traffic and criminal cases.  The jurisdiction of the Court includes everything within the boundaries of the City of Dayton. The court has jurisdiction over a violation of any ordinance of the City of Dayton; any state of Ohio statutory misdemeanor or traffic violation committed in Dayton; and jurisdiction to preside over preliminary hearings for felony cases that occur in the City of Dayton.

If you are arrested on federal property (like Wright-Patterson Air Force Base), your DUI/OVI case may be held in the United Stated District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.  The fact that the DUI will be heard in a federal court should not concern you, as Charles M. Rowland II has experience in that court handling DUI cases.  Established in 1803, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio handles over 400 criminal cases a year in 48 of Ohio’s 88 counties.  The court has an eastern division, located in Columbus and two western divisions located in Dayton and Cincinnati.  If you are arrested for a federal DUI offense in Champaign, Clark, Greene, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble or Shelby counties you will appear in Dayton’s Federal Building, 200 W. Second St., Dayton, Ohio 45402.  You can contact the Court at (937)512-1400 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  An Ohio DUI lawyer experienced in federal dui laws and drunk driving cases can explain the difference between state and federal prosecutions, and the potential penalties of each.  If you are arrested for DUI on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the court will apply Ohio law in adjudicating your case via the Assimilative Crimes Act.  Generally, you will face the same harsh penalties for a federal DUI as you would under Ohio DUI law.

Contact Charles Rowland by phone at 937-318-1DUI (937-318-1384), 937-879-9542, or toll-free at 1-888-ROWLAND (1-888-769-5263).  For after-hours help contact our 24/7 DUI HOTLINE at 937-776-2671.  Immediate help is available by filling out the CONTACT form on any of these pages.  For information about Dayton DUI sent directly to your mobile device, text DaytonDUI (one word) to 50500.  Follow DaytonDUI on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/DaytonDUI or Get Twitterupdates via SMS by texting follow DaytonDUI to 40404. DaytonDUI is also available on Facebook and you can access updates by becoming a fan of Dayton DUI/OVI Defense.  You can also email Charles Rowland at: CharlesRowland@DaytonDUI.com or write to us at 2190 Gateway Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324.