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A teacher, who was referred to the Columbus Criminal Defense team by a prior client, was pulled over for a speeding violation and ultimately was charged with an OVI. She then submitted to a breath test and blew over a .170, the high test limit. If convicted, our client would have had to spend three days in jail and would also be required to install the yellow plates on her vehicle. Neither of which was very appealing to her. She especially did not want to pull into her school parking lot with the yellow plates on her vehicle.
Attorney Ben Luftman and Attorney Dan Sabol represented her and after many court dates and intense negotiation, were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the high test OVI. Our client achieved her goals of not spending any time in jail and most importantly to her, no yellow plates on her vehicle. She also was not given probation of any type.