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Our client was pulled over for an alleged marked lanes violation, arrested for an OVI offense, and subsequently tested a .129 BAC. Columbus OVI lawyer, Dan Sabol filed a motion to suppress the evidence associated with the case, arguing that the officer violated the Fourth Amendment in seizing our client without just cause. The case proceeded to a hearing, where the presiding Judge agreed with our argument, and suppressed all of the evidence associated with the case. Our client agreed to complete a driver intervention program to avoid an appeal, and all charges were dismissed.