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Blog Posts in December, 2015

  • Ohio driver charged with OVI after allegedly turning himself in

    When an individual is charged for an alleged crime, he or she may anxiously await what may come next for their situation. The stress and anxiety of their circumstances may make them feel as if they are stuck in a situation without knowing how to properly handle it. Luckily, many individuals who have been charged with OVI or other allegations may have options that could help ease the stress of ...
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    Inventory Search of your vehicle An inventory search of your vehicle by a law enforcement officer must be done "in accordance with reasonable standardized procedure(s) or established routine." While the procedures do not need to be in writing, the prosecutor must show that the police department has a standardized, routine police and the police officer's conduct conformed to that policy. The ...
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  • Ohio man facing allegations of OVI after morning crash

    On behalf of Haughey & Niehaus, LLC posted in Drunk Driving Charges on Thursday, December 24, 2015. Though operating a vehicle while impaired is a common criminal charge, each case is unique to the individuals involved. Therefore, drivers who have been charged with OVI will likely want to assess their individual situations and determine which ways to move forward may be best for them. Better ...
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  • Man with multiple OVI offenses arrested in Ohio

    It was recently reported that one man in Ohio was taken into custody for alleged drunk driving, and if convicted, it could be the man's 14th offense. Apparently, the man had stopped at a gas station at approximately 2 a.m., and when he was about to leave, the clerk at the station called police. The clerk reportedly stated that the man was intoxicated and -- despite his multiple OVI offenses -- was ...
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  • Ohio woman charged with OVI after crash

    When an individual has been accused of driving under the influence, he or she will likely face a potentially confusing time. Because most people are not well versed when it comes to criminal proceedings, an individual who has been accused of OVI may be uncertain about the direction to follow. Exploring viable defense options may help make the situation more clear. One woman in Ohio is currently ...
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