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A Cambridge woman in her mid-30s was recently arrested for OVI and child endangerment as she was driving through Ohio from Indiana. After a long night of heavy drinking, the woman, assuming she was properly recovered from the previous night, was pulled over and cited with a BAC of .12. Her child was in the front seat at the time of her infraction. With an excessive BAC over the Ohio limit of .08, the woman, growing more and more concerned, requested the legal services of Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Attorney Chase Mallory took the lead on this case, promptly reviewing the details of the event with his client. Under attorney Mallory’s strong guidance, we received an initial plea offer to the OVI with three days in jail and a driver intervention program. However, at a successful suppression hearing in front of a judge, it was determined there was not enough reasonable suspicion to expand the scope of the stop. Our client won the hearing, and all evidence was thrown out after the stop. The prosecutor had no further evidence thereby resulting in a bond forfeiture to a zero point speed. Our client was able to successfully avoid all criminal and OVI charges.
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