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Our client got into an accident and when the Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper came out to investigate, was charged with failure to control his vehicle. In speaking with this gentleman, the trooper detected an odor of alcohol on him. When asked if he’d been drinking, he confirmed he had. He was then asked to submit to the roadside field sobriety tests. He complied. After completing the tests, he was arrested and charged with OVI / DUI. He was then taken to a local police station and asked to take the breath test. He complied. The result was significantly over the .170 High Test limit. Our client was then charged with an OVI / DUI High Concentration.
If convicted of the OVI / DUI High Concentration charge, this gentleman was facing a mandatory 3 days in jail. Additionally, he would be required to have the restricted (yellow) plates on his vehicle. Having never faced anything more serious than a speeding ticket, our client was extremely worried about the prospect of going to jail and facing the possibility of having to drive with the yellow plates on his vehicle.
Attorney Dan Sabol represented our client, reviewed the police reports and the alcohol influence report and made key arguments on his behalf. After 5 court dates, the OVI / DUI High Concentration charge was dismissed. Our client avoided the mandatory jail time and the yellow plates on his vehicle. He was incredibly relieved.