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A gentleman in his early 60s was pulled over by a Columbus Police Department officer for a headlight violation. After running his license, the officer discovered that the gentleman had a prior OVI / DUI related conviction on his record. Additionally, the gentleman was driving under suspension and without a valid driver’s license.
After interacting with the driver, the officer placed the driver under arrest and charged him with a second offense OVI / DUI in 6 years. He was asked to submit to a breath test and refused. He was placed under an additional administrative license suspension. His case was then scheduled for arraignment in Franklin County Municipal Court.
The gentleman, who was dealing with a number of personal issues, was overwhelmed by the charges. If convicted, he was looking at a mandatory minimum of 20 days in jail. Under these circumstances, he turned to attorney Dan Sabol for help.
Attorney Sabol was able to use his extensive knowledge of OVI / DUI law and found a potentially serious flaw with the state’s case. Due to the serious potential filing error, attorney Sabol was able to negotiate a resolution that allowed our client to plead guilty to a reduced charge without ever having to spend a day in jail for a second offense OVI / DUI. To say he was grateful would be an understatement.
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