Are You Facing Charges For Driving High Or Drunk In Ohio?
While many people still refer to acronyms such as DWI (Driving While Impaired), DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or OMVI (Operating a Motor Vehicle Impaired), Ohio law now encompasses all charges for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol as Operating a Vehicle Impaired or “OVI.” If you appear impaired while driving, law enforcement officers can stop you for OVI in a car, truck, a bicycle and other vehicles with and without a motor.
If you are contending with an arrest for OVI, the law requires you to submit to breath or blood test. Refusing to do so can result in stiffer penalties.
Protect Your Freedom To Drive
OVI laws in Ohio are complicated. Attorney Justin Kerr is a former prosecutor and understands how law enforcement officers and prosecuting attorneys handle these types of cases. He can help you understand how the ever-changing statutes, administrative policies and case law could affect your situation. He will explore all of your legal options for the best possible outcome in your OVI case.
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A conviction for OVI can result in steep penalties, high fines, increased insurance rates and driving restrictions. Work with an experienced OVI defense attorney. Send attorney Justin Kerr an email or call The Law Office of Justin Kerr in Westlake at 440-565-0678 to initiate a consultation.