Police take a tough stance against operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) in Dayton. When faced with these types of charges, it is important to know that the penalties can be severe. OVI in Ohio can impact your job and reputation in the community while resulting in fines, the loss of your driving privileges, and a possible jail sentence. To protect yourself, contact the VanNoy Firm. Our Dayton OVI lawyers provide the trusted guidance and professional legal representation needed to avoid a conviction.
All drivers dread seeing red lights flash in their rearview mirror, but it can be particularly problematic if you have had even one or two drinks. If you are pulled over for Operating A Vehicle Under the Influence (OVI), it is important to be aware of the steps needed to protect yourself:
If the police suspect you are under the influence, they will likely request a field sobriety or chemical test. You do have the right to refuse, which robs them of important evidence. However, it can also result in an automatic driver’s license suspension. If you are arrested, reach out to our Dayton OVI lawyer as soon as possible. We can represent you in Montgomery County Court proceedings, taking the legal actions needed to help protect you against a conviction.
Under the Ohio Revised Code, you can be charged with OVI if you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of at least 0.08. You could also be charged if under the influence of lesser amounts of alcohol or drugs. Penalties for OVI in Ohio are severe and include:
To protect yourself against the penalties associated with an OVI conviction in Ohio, get the VanNoy Firm on your side. Call or contact our Dayton OVI lawyer online and request a consultation today.
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