OVI, Fleeing, Resisting Arrest, and Obstruction Charges DroppedCategories: OVI/DUI
Our client, while on probation for an OVI offense he had plead to within a year of his new charges, was charged with the above offenses when he failed to pull over for an officer and closed his garage door on the officer’s cruiser. Our Ohio criminal defense lawyers knew that the officer’s job was in jeopardy and set the case for a jury trial, at which point the prosecutor agreed to dismiss all charges for a plea to a marked lanes violation. The client was given a $150 fine, no jail time or probation, and he was not violated on his pending probation.
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