Three Huge Mistakes to Make at a Traffic Stop in Ohio

First and foremost, the most serious mistake anyone can make is driving under the influence of too much alcohol. Judgement is impaired and a decision made that can be costly, even fatal.
Three biggest mistakes any driver can make if pulled over by law enforcement:
1. Taking a field sobriety test. 

Law enforcement needs a traffic violation to be […]

By |October 12th, 2017|DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Marijuana and Driving

As marijuana becomes legal in more states, governments across the country are still searching for reliable ways to test for cannabis and its impact on driving. As of March of 2017, seven states and the District of Columbia have all passed laws legalizing marijuana for recreational use, yet none have reliable roadside toxicology tests that […]

By |October 5th, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Underage Drinking at Ohio Colleges

Underage drinking in Ohio is a serious crime. The state prohibits anyone under that age of 21 from possessing, consuming or being under the influence of alcohol. Being charged with underage consumption is a familiar situation at many Ohio colleges. Holding an alcoholic beverage and/or being intoxicated in a public place is enough to sustain the […]

By |September 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Ohio Law If You Are Pulled Over

If you are pulled over by law enforcement, remember that the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution gives you the right to remain silent and not speak to police. As a criminal defense attorney, I offer you this advice if you have an encounter with police:

When you are stopped in a car in Ohio, […]

By |September 18th, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Exclusionary Rule in Ohio

If you have been accused of a crime in Ohio, the evidence, or lack of, makes or breaks the outcome. Prosecutors depend on evidence collection to be used in court. A good criminal defense attorney will be able to make sure that any evidence collected was done so, legally.
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was […]

By |September 7th, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI, Embezzlement, Federal, Internet, Legislative Updates|0 Comments

Plea Bargain in Ohio

Being involved in any criminal prosecution is scary.  It’s important to make smart decisions because the consequences can be far reaching and hard to overcome. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney that will have only your best interests and can advise you as to whether you should take a plea bargain if you are given the […]

Don’t Plead Guilty to a DUI in Ohio Before Speaking to a Criminal Defense Attorney

Have you been charged with a DUI? You should always plead not-guilty. If you plead guilty to the charge, you will not have an opportunity to review the evidence against you, and you can’t change your mind later. You will be giving up any chance of evaluating whether the police did everything they were supposed to, […]

By |August 12th, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

Best Criminal Defense Attorney

If found guilty of a criminal offense, you are potentially facing jail time, significant fines and even forfeit of property, including vehicles and other valuable possessions. It’s paramount that you choose the best criminal defense attorney who has the court experience, litigation success and expert knowledge of the law that is essential to ensuring you […]

By |August 3rd, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI, Federal, Internet|0 Comments

Refusal to Submit to Testing

In Ohio, you can refuse to take a breath or chemical test. Law Enforcement will usually suspend your driver’s license, but that won’t be the situation of your license throughout your case. You will need to hire the best criminal defense attorney who will contest the suspension. There are five ways provided to file a […]

By |July 29th, 2017|Drug, DUI-OVI|0 Comments

You Do Not Have to Speak to Police

The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution gives you the right to remain silent and not speak to law enforcement. In Ohio, you must give your name, birthday and address if they have legitimate grounds you have committed a crime. You do not have to say anything else but that you want to call a […]