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 understanding of a legal predicament may help parties feel less overwhelmed.
One individual in Ohio may be hoping to learn more about his case after recently being taken into custody. It was reported that a man was driving a vehicle and allegedly speeding when his vehicle left the roadway. The car then apparently crashed into a residence around 9:30 a.m. The family living in the home was not there at the time of the reported crash. It was noted that the driver apparently lives in the neighborhood where the accident took place.
Authorities responded to the incident, and emergency crews turned off the appropriate utility lines. Officers allegedly administered a sobriety test on the driver of the car, but details pertaining to that test were not disclosed in the report. However, the man was taken into custody on suspicion of OVI.
In order to learn more about his OVI allegations and other relevant information, the man may wish to consult with an experienced attorney. A legal professional could provide him with beneficial knowledge that could help the man make decisions regarding his case in a more confident manner. Exploring his options for creating and presenting a meaningful criminal defense and information on Ohio criminal proceedings may also prove valuable to him.
Source: wkbn.com, "Ohio driver slams into house, arrested under suspicion of OVI", Katherine Loy, Dec. 12, 2015