Category Archive: Physical Control

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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Feb 14

OVI, Super OVI and Turn Signal Violation Case

December 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for not using a turn signal and traveling off the road to the right. The officer smelled alcohol. Client had passengers who were clearly drunk. Client was removed from the car to perform sobriety tests. Client failed miserably the sobriety tests. Client refused the breath test. Client …

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Jan 23

OVI, Super OVI and Marked Lanes Case

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October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was pulled over for going over the white edge line several times and almost going off the roadway. The officer had to activate the siren several times before the client realized the officer was trying to stop him (the overhead cruiser lights had been on for some time). Client’s …

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Jan 09

OVI, Marked Lanes, and Fleeing and Eluding Case

September 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for crossing the white line while making a turn. Client did not immediately stop when the officer put on the overhead lights. Client had glassy bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol. Client admitted to drinking beer. The only sobriety test given was the eye test. Client …

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Jan 04

OVI, Speed, DUS, Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for doing 81mph in a 55mph zone. The officer smelled the odor of burnt marijuana. The officer found marijuana in the car along with a prescription (indicating not to take and drive). The client admitted to taking the medication recently. During the eye test, the officer indicated …

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Dec 26

OVI and Super OVI Case

December 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was pulled over for driving on the center line several times. Client had underage passenger in vehicle, along with a red solo cup with Jack and coke in it. Client had just turned 21. Client had bloodshot eyes and was chewing mints “to mask the odor of alcohol”. Client failed …

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Dec 18

OVI, Super OVI and Left of Center Case

December 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for going left of center during a left hand turn in town. The officer noticed that the client had glassy and bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. Client’s speech was slurred. Client admitted to drinking. Client failed the sobriety tests. Client refused to take the breath test. Client …

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Apr 20

OVI, Super OVI and No License Plate Light Case

February 2014 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for not driving in his lane and for not having a rear license plate light. Client failed the field sobriety tests. Tests were given in a gravel parking lot that was covered with ice and snow and it was raining out. Client tested .222 on the breath …

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