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There’s A New Standardized Field Sobriety Tests “Guide”

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests are commonly known as the roadside activities that police officers ask drivers to perform if the officer suspects that the driver is impaired by alcohol or another impairing substance. We call them "stupid human tricks."  Contrary to popular understanding and belief, many of these tests have little basis in science, and the ones…
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Dayton DUI: Breath Test Defenses in Ohio

This article will highlight DUI breath test defenses available to people in Ohio.  As we have extensively written on the topic of DUI breath test defenses, this article will direct you to some of the most popular past articles.  If you have been charged with a violation of Ohio Revised Code 4511.19 (DUI, OVI, Drunk…
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OVI & Your Brain: Who Cares About Impairment?

More Faulty OVI Breath Test Assumptions One of the faulty assumptions underlying OVI evidential breath testing is the assumption that the tests are measuring the ability of alcohol to impair your brain.  They do not.  The breath test for OVI does not care how, or even if, the alcohol is impairing your brain only that…
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Ohio DUI Blood Test: How to Win A Blood Test Case

In order to successfully defend a blood test case, a DUI defense lawyer must be familiar with Ohio’s DUI law (O.R.C. 4511.19) and the Ohio Administrative Code sections which apply to the collection, storing, transporting and testing of the whole blood, blood plasma and/or blood serum specimen.  Amphetamine, cocaine, heroine, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Phencyclidine and L.S.D. are specifically…
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Dayton OVI: OVI Breath Test Defenses

This article will highlight OVI breath test defenses available to people in Ohio.  As we have extensively written on the topic of OVI breath test defenses, this article will direct you to some of the most popular past articles.  If you have been charged with a violation of Ohio Revised Code 4511.19 (DUI, OVI, Drunk Driving) please…
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Defending The Accusation Of Slurred Speech (by DaytonDUI)

A very common observation by law enforcement in an impaired driving investigation is the presence of "slurred speech."  Experience trial counsel will look to the totality of evidence to combat the damning accusation of slurred speech. Many traffic stops are now captured on video tape.  As the quality of the recordings has improved we are…
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OVI Breath Test Defenses: Exposure to Toulene

In some instances, defendants have argued that exposure to certain chemicals have caused involuntary intoxication.  Commonly, they will cite to the chemical toulene also known as methylbenzene, phenylmethane, and Toluol.  The chemical is a clear water-insoluble liquid with the typical smell of paint thinners, redolent of the sweet smell of the related compound benzene. Toluene is a…
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Dayton OVI Attorney Charles M. Rowland II

Dayton OVI 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…
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The Montgomery County Jail (by Dayton DUI)

The Montgomery County Jail, located at 330 W. Second St., in downtown Dayton, Ohio is a 900 bed facility serving multiple jurisdictions throughout Montgomery County including the Vandalia Municipal Court; Miamisburg Municipal Court; Kettering Municipal Court; Montgomery County Municipal Courts (Eastern and Western Divisions) and the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.  If you are arrested for…
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Showing Proof of Insurance (by DaytonDUI)

Ohio law requires all license holders to carry insurance on the vehicles they drive—and requires the Clerk’s Office to report the status of your insurance when you are cited to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. If you do not submit the required proof, your driver's license will be suspended and you may be subject…
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