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Our client, an employee of a defense contractor was pulled over in Gahanna for a marked lanes violation and driving left of center. He was asked to take the roadside field sobriety test and was subsequently arrested for an OVI. He was then taken to the Gahanna Police Department and asked to submit to a breath test. He complied and tested over the .170 high test limit. He was then additionally charged with an OVI Per se High Concentration.
If convicted, our client was facing mandatory jail time, as well as having the yellow plates installed on his vehicle. If convicted of the breath test offense, this gentleman could have had employment issues as well.
Attorney Dan Sabol represented the client. Looking through all of the discovery, including the police reports, alcohol influence report, DVD and breath test paperwork, attorney Sabol was able to point out potential evidentiary issues to the prosecutor. Ultimately, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the breath test charge.
The dismissal meant no jail time or mandatory yellow plates on our client’s vehicle. It also meant that his employment would be secure.