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Columbus, Ohio DUI Defense Attorney

 

DUI/OVI Charges In Columbus, Ohio

 

Taking Drunk Driving Test in Columbus Ohio by Columbus Police Department or Franklin County SheriffA drunk  driving arrest usually involves the drinking of alcohol along with a social event like a Buckeye tailgate, a friend's wedding, or a round of golf. All is going well, until, on the way home, the police pull you over for a minor traffic violation and request you perform some sham coordination tests while standing on the side of the road with the cruiser lights flashing. No matter how well you do, the officer says you failed and the night foes from fun to shock as you sit in the back seat of a police cruiser worrying about jail and losing your job.

No one begins the night with the idea of drinking alcohol, driving and getting arrested by the Columbus Police, Franklin County Sheriff, Worthington Police, Bexley Police, Grandview P.D. Sharon Township Police, or another Central Ohio police department. But all too often, good, hardworking people find themselves charged with a D.U.I. and confronted with facing the criminal justice system.

 

A D.U.I. charge in Columbus, Ohio is a serious matter that carries with it a series penalties. For those who have a previous OVI, DUI, OMVI conviction or a high test, jail time and driving suspensions increase as do the fines for OVI or DUI.

 

Fortunately, an experienced Columbus, OH DUI attorney can do many things to assist the person charged with a D.U.I. whether he or she submitted to a chemical test from the police, whether it be Columbus Police, Worthington Police, Bexley Police, Grandview Police, Upper Arlington Police, Dublin Police, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Franklin County Sheriff, Delaware County Sheriff, Licking County Sheriff or another Police Department. The DUI defense representation from your DUI attorney must be aggressive, creative, thorough and send a clear message to the Prosecution that the defense is prepared for a trial unless the D.U.I. offense is reduced.

 

 

 

 

 

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Columbus, Ohio DUI Defense Attorney

 

DUI/OVI Charges In Columbus, Ohio

 

Taking Drunk Driving Test in Columbus Ohio by Columbus Police Department or Franklin County SheriffA drunk  driving arrest usually involves the drinking of alcohol along with a social event like a Buckeye tailgate, a friend's wedding, or a round of golf. All is going well, until, on the way home, the police pull you over for a minor traffic violation and request you perform some sham coordination tests while standing on the side of the road with the cruiser lights flashing. No matter how well you do, the officer says you failed and the night foes from fun to shock as you sit in the back seat of a police cruiser worrying about jail and losing your job.

No one begins the night with the idea of drinking alcohol, driving and getting arrested by the Columbus Police, Franklin County Sheriff, Worthington Police, Bexley Police, Grandview P.D. Sharon Township Police, or another Central Ohio police department. But all too often, good, hardworking people find themselves charged with a D.U.I. and confronted with facing the criminal justice system.

 

A D.U.I. charge in Columbus, Ohio is a serious matter that carries with it a series penalties. For those who have a previous OVI, DUI, OMVI conviction or a high test, jail time and driving suspensions increase as do the fines for OVI or DUI.

 

Fortunately, an experienced Columbus, OH DUI attorney can do many things to assist the person charged with a D.U.I. whether he or she submitted to a chemical test from the police, whether it be Columbus Police, Worthington Police, Bexley Police, Grandview Police, Upper Arlington Police, Dublin Police, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Franklin County Sheriff, Delaware County Sheriff, Licking County Sheriff or another Police Department. The DUI defense representation from your DUI attorney must be aggressive, creative, thorough and send a clear message to the Prosecution that the defense is prepared for a trial unless the D.U.I. offense is reduced.

 

 

 

 

 

Taking Drunk Driving Test in Columbus Ohio by Columbus Police Department or Franklin County SheriffA drunk  driving arrest usually involves the drinking of alcohol along with a social event like a Buckeye tailgate, a friend's wedding, or a round of golf. All is going well, until, on the way home, the police pull you over for a minor traffic violation and request you perform some sham coordination tests while standing on the side of the road with the cruiser lights flashing. No matter how well you do, the officer says you failed and the night foes from fun to shock as you sit in the back seat of a police cruiser worrying about jail and losing your job.

Taking Drunk Driving Test in Columbus Ohio by Columbus Police Department or Franklin County Sheriff