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Our client was arrested in Fremont, Ohio for OVI. Unfortunately, he had 3 prior OVI convictions and a felony aggravated vehicular assault charge which was also alcohol related.
During pretrial negotiations, the government indicated its intention to seek near maximum penalties. OVI attorney Chase Mallory obtained a copy of the cruiser video and filed a motion to suppress evidence obtained after a series of Fourth Amendment violations. At the hearing on the motion, the prosecutor considered the evidentiary problems about to be argued and agreed to treat the OVI as a stipulated second offense. Our client was sentenced to ten days in jail as opposed to the six months originally sought by the government.