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How Do You Reinstate Your Suspended Ohio Driver’s License?

What you need to do to reinstate a suspended Ohio driver’s license depends on why you lost full driving privileges and which type of license you need to have restored. In all, Ohio courts and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can take away a driver’s license for more than 30 criminal and civil offenses. In addition to expected cases like operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) and racking up 12 points for repeated traffic tickets, a license can be suspended for an equipment violation on commercial trucks or failing to pay child support. The process for getting your license back varies for each instance.

  • 2017-10-13
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Franklin County drunk driving lawyer

Here are five facts about impaired driving every teenager and adult in Franklin County, Ohio must know.

 

  1. State laws against impaired driving cover alcohol, street drugs, and several types of prescription medications.

  • 2017-09-07
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Options After an Alleged DUI Crash

If you get charged with causing a crash while operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) in central Ohio, you really only have one good option: Hire a Franklin County DUI lawyer. You need a vigorous defense, especially if the wreck resulted in injuries or deaths. The penalties for causing a collision while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol can include years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines and fees. The only way to avoid the harshest consequences is to work closely with a defense attorney who has represented many people facing DUI/OVI charges.

  • 2017-09-27
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What to Know Before Your DUI Arraignment in Ohio

Driving under the influence is a criminal/traffic charge. One of the things that means is that the processes for investigating and prosecuting what Ohio statutes call operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) follows the same steps as cases involving crimes like robbery or assault.

  • 2017-09-01
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What to Expect From a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Test?

Ohio state laws related to driving under the influence set what are called “per se” limits for blood alcohol concentration. This means that a judge can declare a driver guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) just because the person’s BAC registers above the legal limit. The statutory limits are less than

  • 2017-09-18
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Is Drunk Driving a Criminal Offense in Ohio?

Ohio, like every other state, treats driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs as a traffic and a criminal offense. The severity of the alleged crime depends on several factors, including whether a person has previous convictions for drunk or drugged driving and whether driving under the influence led to a crash that inflicted injuries or caused deaths.

 

With some exceptions, the categorization of drunk driving charges in Columbus, Ohio looks like this:

  • 2017-08-25
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