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The criminal defense and traffic attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates often get calls from clients, uncertain about where to turn and searching for help with their OVI charges. A recent Ohio OVI charge came to the office when a Lancaster man got pulled over after allegedly driving over a marked lane. The 30-year-old man did not want an OVI charge on his record, so he brought his case to the attention of Columbus OVI attorney Daniel Sabol.
Weaving through marked lanes as he was alleged, is often a common indicator of someone driving under the influence, so the officer pulled him over. The officer who stopped our client alleged that he failed the standardized field sobriety tests upon his request, subsequently landing him with the OVI charge. Attorney Sabol motioned to suppress the evidence and reasoned that the officer did not have reasonable suspicion for the marked lanes offense. With Sabol’s strong defense on behalf of his client, the judge agreed and dismissed the case.
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