Category Archive: Reasonable Control

Apr 08

OVI and Leaving the Scene Case

November 2013 Violation and Citation: Officers responded to a report of a hit and run driver. Officers arrived at the scene and found a car that was parked in front of a residence that had been rear-ended. Officer spotted client 2 blocks away trying to limp the vehicle home. Officer stopped client. Client was disoriented, …

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Feb 16

OVI and Failure to Maintain Reasonable Control Case

October 2013 Violation and Citation: Client drove car into a ditch and flipped the vehicle several times. When the police showed up on the scene, the paramedics were treating the client. The officer smelled alcohol on the client. Police photographed several single cans of beer and a 12 pack of beer in client’s overturned vehicle. …

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Mar 10

Two OVIs in One Night Case

June 2013 Violation and Citation: Officers found client backed into a pole in a parking lot. Client smelled of alcohol and was administered and failed the sobriety tests. Client tested .158 on the breath test. Client cited for OVI, Improper Backing and Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia. 4 hours later, police responded to the scene …

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Feb 17

2nd Super OVI in 6 Years and Failure to Control Case

January 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was found in his wrecked car. Client was injured and unable to perform the field sobriety tests. Client tested over .17 on the alcohol test. Client was cited for 2nd Super OVI in 6 years and Failure to Control. Client had a previous conviction 4 years earlier. Client was …

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Dec 02

Hit Skip Case

June 2013 Violation and Citation: Police responded to a hit skip case in town. A crash noise was reported around 4:30 A.M. The vehicle struck was severely damaged. Police found a wrecked vehicle parked in a yard a couple of blocks away. The registration came back to the client. Police opened up client’s vehicle, and …

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Nov 04

Reckless Operation Case

March 2013 Violation and Citation: Officer observed client ride a wheelie in town on client’s motorcycle. Client was charged with Reckless Operation. Result: Negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in a conviction for Failure to Maintain Reasonable Control with a $50 fine.   For more information about Wilson Law or our attorneys, please visit the Wilson …

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Oct 14

Underage Consumption and OVI Case

January 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for speeding. Client had a “strong” odor of alcohol. Client was 19 years old. Client admitted to drinking. Client failed some sobriety tests, but passed others. Client tested .045 on the breath alcohol test. Client cited with OMVUAC (kiddie OVI), Underage Consumption and OVI. Result: Client attended an under-age …

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Sep 09

OVI and Lanes of Travel Case

April 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for Lanes of Travel. Client exhibited the typical signs of alcohol consumption. Client failed the field sobriety tests. Client refused the breath test. Client was cited for OVI and Lanes of Travel. Result: Client attended a 3-day alcohol school prior to plea, and negotiations with the prosecutor …

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Sep 02

OVI and Failure to Control Case

March 2013 Violation and Citation: Client stopped for losing control of his car in the ditch of a country road. Client exhibited the typical signs of alcohol consumption. Client failed the field sobriety tests. Client refused the breath test. Client was cited for OVI and Failure to Control. Result: Client attended a 3-day alcohol school …

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Jul 04

2nd OVI in 6 Years and DUS and Failure to Control Case

October 2012 Violation and Citation: Officer encountered client’s car as it lay in the road on the driver’s side, where it came to rest after a one-car accident. Client denied any injuries and refused care from the EMTs. Client smelled of alcohol and had very slow motor skills. Client admitted to consuming at least 6 …

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