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A 62 year old gentlemen, was arrested for his 3rd OVI in four years, and the 4th OVI of his life. If convicted of a 3rd in 6 years, our client would be subjected to serve a minimum 30 days of incarceration, a minimum $850 fine, a minimum 2 year license suspension with restricted plates and an interlock device, and forfeiture of his vehicle to the state. To make matters worse, our client submitted to a urine test, which resulted in a .192 g/100ml. Mr. Sabol negotiated with the prosecutor, and eventually reached an agreement to treat the OVI as if it were his first offense. Instead of the mandatory penalties described above, our client received a one year license suspension with an interlock and immediate driving privileges, a $375 fine, and probation. Because our client had served 4 days in jail prior to hiring us, Mr. Sabol convinced the prosecutor and the Judge to not impose a driver intervention program as part of the sentence, and our client did not have to serve any additional jail time.