At the VanNoy Firm, we know how aggressive law enforcement can be in arresting motorists with driving under the influence of alcohol. Operating vehicle impaired (OVI) charges can impact your ability to work or provide for your family, and can even result in mandatory jail time. In these situations, our Fairborn OVI attorneys provide the professional legal representation you need to ensure your rights are protected. Our two decades worth of experience in handling OVI cases throughout the state ensures you get the strong legal defense you need to help get the most successful results in your case.
If you are facing OVI charges, it is important to be aware of the serious penalties you could be facing. Under Section 4511.19 of the Ohio Revised Code, your sentence will depend on any prior record you have, as well as the amount of alcohol detected through blood or urine testing. These penalties may include:
Driver’s under the age of 18 with a BAC of .02 percent or more could face Operating a Vehicle After Underage Consumption (OVUAC) charges. The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) advises that these charges carry a mandatory minimum six month suspension. In order to restore your driving privileges, you would need to attend remedial driver education classes, retake your driver’s license test, and maintain SR-22 insurance on any vehicle you are driving.
When you are facing the above types of penalties, you need an attorney who will work hard to devise an aggressive defense strategy. Call or contact the VanNoy Firm online to request a consultation with our nationally recognized Fairborn OVI defense attorney today. We make it our goal to successfully resolve your case.
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