Category Archive: Alcohol School

Oct 17

OVI and No Turn Signal Case

July 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for not using a turn signal. The officer could smell a strong odor of alcohol and client had glassy and bloodshot eyes. Client did pretty crappy on the sobriety tests. In fact, client began crying. After a pat down to put client in the cruiser, the officer …

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Oct 03

OVI and No Turn Signal Case

July 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for slightly driving off the right side of the roadway and later not using a turn signal. Client passed the counting and alphabet tests. Client failed the other sobriety tests. Client blew .158 on the breath machine. Client was cited with OVI and No Turn Signal. Result: …

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Sep 26

OVI and Super OVI Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was followed by officer for driving on the fog line, then crossing the fog line. Client pulled into a private driveway and stopped. Given the time of the night, the officer returned to the residence to see if the car was registered to that address. When the officer flashed …

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Sep 19

Underage Consumption, OVI, Super OVI, and Failure to Yield Case

August 2016 Violation and Citation: Client blew thru a stop sign and went into a residential driveway and crashed into a car sitting in the driveway at about 50mph. Defendant had glassy bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. Client admitted to drinking. Client failed the sobriety tests. Client blew a .182 breath test. Client was …

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Aug 29

OVI at Rest Area Case

August 2016 Violation and Citation: Client pulled over into an interstate rest area to “rest”. Highway Patrol responded to the rest area because other drivers had reported client as a drunk driver. When officers arrived, client was slumped over the center counsel and passed out. When the officers woke client he “reacted with shock and …

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Aug 15

OVI and Super OVI Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for driving over the white edge line. Client admitted to drinking during a Buckeyes game at a local restaurant after officer remarked on the client’s eyes. Client failed most of the sobriety tests and said couldn’t perform them if he was sober. Client was taken for breath …

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Aug 02

OVI, Reasonable Control and Leaving the Scene Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client allegedly hit a city utility pole bringing down power lines and then driving off. Officers determined that client was the perpetrator from eyewitness accounts and parts and fluid trail that lead to client’s house. Defendant was found to be unsteady on his feet, however, client had a beer in …

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Mar 23

OVI and Speed 100 MPH Case

August 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for driving 100mph. Officer smelled a strong odor alcohol and client admitted to drinking earlier, approximately 8 beers. Client failed the sobriety tests. Client refused the breath test. Client was charged with OVI and Speed. Result: Motion to suppressed was filed challenging the sufficiency of evidence to …

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Mar 20

OVI and Lanes of Travel Case

June 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for violating Marked Lanes. He was called in by another motorist as a drunk driver. The officer watched client drive outside his lanes. Client admitted to drinking alcohol earlier in the evening. Client had glassy and bloodshot eyes and slurred speech The officer indicated that client stumbled …

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Feb 27

OVI, Super OVI, Child Support Suspension, and Failure to Reinstate Suspension Case

July 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped because the registered owner of the vehicle was under suspension. The officer had run the plate. Client was not the owner, but looked similar to the owner. However, client was also under suspension. Client was also given sobriety tests, which client failed. Client also refused the breath test. …

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