November 2014, Warren County
Client who races cars professionally was busted on Interstate 71, just outside Cincinnati, Ohio. He was on his way to a weekend racing event in Kentucky. Client charged with OVI and several other violations. After hiring B4DD, our lawyers convinced prosecutor to drop OVI charge to an M-4 Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle. and dismiss remaining charges. Client sentenced to fine only, no probation, and six months license suspension with driving privileges.
September 2014, Franklin County
Client with several prior drunk driving convictions charged with OVI, after making incriminating statements, failing FSTs, and refusing to submit to a chemical test. A warrant was issued because client failed to appear at his initial arraignment before he hired B4DD. Client pled to reduced charge of Physical Control.
June 2014, Franklin County
Client with several prior drunk driving charges on client’s record was charged with OVI high test, and more seriously client faced Felony charge of Aggravated Vehicular Assault, with mandatory prison time, after accident with passenger suffering serious bodily harm. Client hired B4DD and the felony was defeated before client officially indicted. Client pled to reduced charge.
April 2014, Franklin County
Client was driving home after a professional NHL hockey game, when pulled over for allegedly driving over marked lines. After completing standard Field Sobriety Tests, client directed to take a urine test and was charged with OVI and Marked Lanes and client’s license suspended administratively. The ALS license suspension was terminated, and client entered a plea to physical control, and served no time in jail.
April 2014, Franklin County
Client charged with OVI, Reckless Operation, and Speeding, after making statements to police,
participating in standard Field Sobriety Tests, and then refusing a chemical test. After filing
several motions on behalf of client, at suppression hearing Client entered a plea to Physical
Control, and the state dropped all other charges.
March 2014, Franklin County
Client was a truck driver with a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Client had record of
previous drunk driving convictions. Client was charged with OVI while driving his own private
automobile, but because of federal law was at grave risk of losing his CDL and livelihood.
Client pled to a lesser charge of Reckless Operation and was sentenced to a driver’s intervention
program, and fine.
January 2014, Franklin County
Client charged with high test OVI (with mandatory jail time), and Failure to Control, after crashing into other cars, leaving the scene of the accidents, failing standard Field Sobriety Tests, making incriminating statements, and failing a chemical test with a .207 BAC. Client pled to a reduced charge, sentenced to a driver’s intervention program, fine, and probation. Client also received driving privileges for the duration of license suspension.