When criminal charges are pursued against a person, he or she will want to treat the situation in the best manner possible. As a result, individuals who have been charged with OVI may want to find out as much information pertaining to their cases as they can that could help them understand their circumstances. Details on the arrest and what caused suspicion of criminal conduct to arise could be vital information.
One man in Ohio may wish to review such information after being taken into custody. It was reported that the man was apparently driving a vehicle when he attempted to make a turn at an intersection. The turn was reportedly unsuccessful, however, and the vehicle crashed into a police cruiser. The police cruiser was reported as being totalled.
The situation resulted in one passenger in the first vehicle having to be cut from the wreckage. The two police officers as well as the driver and two passengers in the other vehicle were transported from the scene for treatment of injuries. The driver of the first vehicle was charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, though it was not reported what caused officers to suspect that the driver was under the influence.
As the man proceeds with his criminal case, he may want to examine any information about the accident and subsequent arrest that may shed light on the situation. By reviewing this information, he may have a better idea regarding how to defend against the OVI allegation filed against him. If this is a route he wishes to pursue, seeking professional help concerning Ohio criminal proceedings and potential defensive tactics may be wise.
Source: newsnet5.com, "Driver charged with OVI in crash that injured 2 Akron police officers", Mike Vielhaber and Courtney Danser, June 4, 2015