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A 40-year-old man from Houston, Ohio was recently charged with an OVI. Working in the gas and oil industry, the man worked long hours. Within the last few weeks, he and his crew had been working 18 hour days. Looking to relax after completing a job, the crew went out for a drink. Afterwards, while driving the group home, he was pulled over by officers. The police required that he perform a field sobriety and breathalyzer test, both of which he failed. His breath test showed a BAC of .12, over the legal Ohio limit of .08.
At this point, he contacted Luftman, Heck & Associates for help. The man was originally from Texas and needed his license to drive to and from work as he traveled out of state quite often. Experienced Columbus OVI attorney Chase Mallory handled the case in a quick and dedicated manner. He was able to get his license back to him within one week’s time. At the pretrial hearing, Mallory went to look at his breathalyzer test and found a few issues. It was agreed to amend the OVI to a lesser reckless operation charge if his client pled guilty to his turn signal violation. Roughly $400 in fines and court costs, he left without a suspension or an OVI charge. Our client was able to continue to work and legally drive for his job.
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