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Not long ago, a woman was pulled over in Belmont County and when a test showed her BAC was a .156, she was charged with her first OVI offense. With no prior criminal history, the woman was very nervous and unsure about the possible ramifications of an OVI conviction. So to understand the charge against her and the penalties that she was facing, the woman reached out to the attorneys with Luftman, Heck & Associates based on their extensive experience dealing with Ohio OVI cases.
The skilled OVI lawyer Dan Sabol consulted with his client and thoroughly explained the process and the possible outcomes. Attorney Sabol utilized his considerable understanding of Ohio OVI law and police procedure to draft a motion with the court, suggesting the blood alcohol tests administered by the police were not correctly administered and should be excluded. This motion led to aggressive negotiations with the prosecution and in light of attorney Sabol’s motion to suppress the test results, the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge to recklessly operating a vehicle. As such, the client agreed to participate in a three-day driver intervention program, but she would be safe from any driver license suspension or any other fallout from an OVI conviction.
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