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After receiving two OVIs in a six-year period, a Licking County Judge suspended our client’s license for two years. Before that two years had expired, our client was caught running errands. He was arrested and charged with driving under OVI suspension. This offense carries a mandatory minimum jail sentence of 3 consecutive days.
Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. During pretrial conferences, Joe Kunkel was able to persuade the prosecutor into reducing the driving under OVI suspension charge to a driving under suspension that carried no jail time. Our client left with a $100 fine, no jail, and no further license suspensions.
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