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Recently, a man was pulled over in Columbus for a marked lanes violation; however, when police approached his car, they claimed to detect the presence of alcohol and determined his BAC was .126. Since this was above the legal .08 limit, this led to an Ohio OVI charge, which put the integrity of his criminal record and his ability to drive in jeopardy. In order to protect himself from the consequences of a conviction, he called upon the highly skilled OVI lawyers with Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Attorney Dan Sabol immediately began working to alleviate his client’s legal worries by meeting with the prosecution. After these negotiations, attorney Sabol effectively convinced the prosecution to amend the Ohio OVI charge to a lesser physical control infraction. As a condition of this arrangement, the client agreed to participate in a three-day driver intervention program, but would avoid all the major trappings of an OVI, such as losing his driving privileges. The client was very pleased to move on from this incident without any significant impact and no effect on his ability to drive.
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