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Not long ago, a female college student, studying to be a teacher found herself in legal hot water after a night out with some friends. She was pulled over and after a breath test determined her BAC was .13, she was charged with an OVI. The young lady knew that upon graduation, she would have difficulty finding a teaching position with an Ohio OVI conviction on her record, so she began looking for experienced legal counsel, and chose the Ohio criminal defense attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates to fight the charge against her.
Upon reviewing the available evidence, attorney Chase Mallory was confident that he could assist his client to avoid an Ohio OVI conviction. To begin with, attorney Mallory filed a motion to suppress the results of the breath test and field sobriety test based on irregularities. Eventually, he successfully leveraged the issue of suppression to negotiate with the prosecution to have the OVI charges adjusted to a more appropriate reckless operation offense. While this offense would require her to participate in a three-day alternative driving program, this saves her from the limitations of a license suspension and more importantly from a menacing OVI conviction. Under Mallory’s legal direction this young woman will be able to finish school without a conviction hindering her professional licensure or job search.
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