OVI Charges Amended After A Sobriety Checkpoint In ColumbusCategories: Constitutional Rights, Criminal Defense, OVI/DUI
When a former United States Marine was recently stopped at a sobriety checkpoint in Columbus, the police officers’ sobriety tests determined that he was above the legal limit and he found himself charged with an OVI. Because the man was now facing the grim prospect of a very lengthy license suspension, probation, and very steep fines, this worried man retained the services of OVI defense lawyers with Luftman, Heck & Associates.
In short order, Ohio OVI attorneys with LHA secured the support of an officer involved with the sobriety checkpoint and after meeting with the prosecution, all the parties involved agreed to a reduced charge of failing to maintain physical control of a vehicle. As such, our attorneys removed the client’s fear of a haunting OVI conviction on his permanent criminal record and he would only need to complete a three-day driving program and a serve a six-month license suspension.
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