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A young lady was driving home one evening when she was stopped by an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper for speeding. After approaching the vehicle and speaking with the young lady, the trooper asked her to step out of her vehicle to perform the roadside field sobriety tests. The young lady complied. After performing the tests, she was arrested and charged with first offense OVI / DUI. She was then asked to submit to a breath test. She refused. She was then placed under an administrative license suspension and scheduled for arraignment in Fairfield County Municipal Court.
Attorney Dan Sabol represented the client throughout her case. Ultimately, a negotiated plea to a lesser offense was not forthcoming and Attorney Sabol and attorney Chase Mallory prepared to conduct a jury trial. The jury trial took place and after deliberating, the jury returned a Not Guilty verdict on the OVI / DUI charge. Our client was incredibly relieved and grateful that she could now move on with her life without the stain of an OVI / DUI conviction on her record.
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