Ohio Man Facing Third OVI in 10 Years Sees Charge ReducedCategories: Criminal Defense, OVI/DUI
Facing charges for a first-time operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) offense is daunting. Being charged with a similar offense for the third time in 10 years can be even more difficult to deal with, as a conviction for such a crime brings with it harsh penalties such as up to one year in jail, a $2,750 fine, a ten-year driver’s license suspension, and mandatory treatment. After an Ohio man found himself facing such consequences, he knew he needed the help of a skilled Columbus OVI attorney. This is what brought him to Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Through swift negotiation and defense, attorney Bryan Bowen was able to negotiate the client’s charge down to a third-degree misdemeanor for reckless operation. As a result, the client received a six-month driver’s license suspension and had to attend a driver intervention program.
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