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What Is Wrong With The HGN? (by DaytonDUI)

The horizontal gaze nystagmus test is an eye test approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(hereinafter NHTSA) as a tool to detect clues of impairment in drivers.  The HGNtest is one of three psychomotor tests approved as part of the standardized field sobriety testing protocol employed by law enforcement officers throughout the United States and used here in Ohio. When…
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Arrested for OVI in Dayton, Ohio? (by DaytonDUI)

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…
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Motorcycle DUI – NHTSA Targets Motorcyclists for DUI Enforcement

NHTSA Devotes Time And Dollars To Study Motorcycle DUI It is summer time and the perfect time to get out on the road.  If you ride a motorcycle, you may notice that law enforcement is paying you a a lot of attention. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists involved in fatal…
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Download the DaytonDUI Android App

[clear] After much hard work (harder than I expected) we are proud to announce the launch of the DaytonDUI Android App.  The app is our latest attempt to bring you information on Ohio's tough drunk driving laws and make it easier for our clients to avoid a drunk driving situation.  The app helps you know…
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Dayton DUI Answers The Question, “Should I Blow?”

To blow or not to blow, that is the question.  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 of the circumstances of your…
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Blood Contamination & Candida Albicans (by DaytonDUI)

If a blood sample is not properly preserved it can decompose.  One of the results of decomposition is the creation of alcohol.  According to Lawrence Taylor in his seminal Drunk Driving Defense, 6th Ed., pp. 561, "Ethyl alcohol is generated by fermentation of carbohydrates and proteins in the blood sample.  This occurs through the actions…
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8,000 DaytonDUI Fans Can't Be Wrong If you like the articles related to Ohio DUI law that you see here, please join our 8,000+ fans on Facebook.  The Dayton DUI Facebook page is a constant feed of information related to Ohio DUI law, decisions from the Ohio and United States Supreme Court, red-light cameras, checkpoints throughout Ohio, developments in…
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Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (An Overview)

To fully comprehend the processes of chemical testing, your DUI attorney should understand gas chromatography - mass spectrometry. Gas chromatography mass spectrometry (hereinafter GCMS)  is a method that combines the features of gas-liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify different substances within a test sample.  GC-MS has been widely heralded as a "gold standard" for forensic substance identification because it is…
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DUI Science and Blood Contamination

The practice of modern DUI law involves understanding the various scientific tests that have become commonplace in forensic collection and storage of specimens for alcohol analysis.  Specifically, DUI attorneys must understand that contamination can increase the concentration of ethanol in a specimen.  Typically, contamination takes one of two forms.  The first is straight-forward physical contamination…
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Prior Convictions Used To Enhance An OVI

It is not uncommon for a client to choose my representation on a second, third, or fourth OVI offense.  One of the first things we check is whether or not the client was represented by an attorney in the previous convictions.  We also check to see if the prior plea had a valid waiver of…
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