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Repeat Driving Under Suspension Amended to Low Fine Offense

Our client had numerous prior suspensions from OVI convictions.  The reinstatement fees became too substantial to pay and he began picking up more suspensions for not carrying insurance.  Driving under Suspensions in Ohio are punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.  Given the number of prior convictions, our client sought our help to reduce his sentence.

Because of the unsurmountable reinstatement fees our client owed, he was not going to be able to obtain a valid license – a tactic that helps tremendously in plea bargaining.  However, attorney Chase Mallory negotiated a reduction from the Driving Under Suspension to an unclassified misdemeanor that does not carry the possibility of any jail whatsoever.  Our client left with a $200 fine.

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