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In Ravenna, OH a 19-year-old nursing student was pulled over and after a field sobriety test, submitted to a breathalyzer. After the test, the young lady reportedly had a .082 BAC, which would be well above the legal limit of.02 for someone under 21-years-old, so she was charged with underage operation a vehicle under the influence (OVI). The woman had no prior criminal history and was very worried about the impact an underage OVI could have on her budding nursing career and looked for attorneys with extensive OVI experience to help resolve this serious situation and came upon Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Attorney Chase Mallory did not want to see her career end prematurely so he took the underage OVI case and began filing motions to suppress the evidence collected by police. During the second suppression hearing, we were able to negotiate with the district attorney’s office to amend the charge to failing to maintain physical control of the vehicle, which carries a six-month license suspension, a $375 fine, and requires her enrollment in a three-day intervention program. The client was happy that without the underage OVI on her record, she won’t face any negative consequences from the nursing boards after graduation.
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