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A single mother in her fifties was arrested for an OVI in Circleville. She had been arrested five times for OVI prior to this one, but not convicted. In this case, the woman thought she was being robbed so she quickly drove away from her attacker and called 911. Although she had recently consumed five beers, she decided to drive away. The officers searched her car and found marijuana and a prescription drug that was not likely hers.
Criminal defense attorney Chase Mallory represented the mother in this case. Along with the OVI, she was charged with a minor misdemeanor for possession of marijuana and a 1st degree misdemeanor charge for the prescription drug. Due to the circumstances in her story, Mallory was able to get her OVI amended to a non-moving violation and the drug charges were amended to disorderly conduct.
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