Client was stopped for driving the wrong way on the highway. The stop turned into an OVI with a .17 breath test. Client cited for OVI and Super OVI, both 2nd offenses within 6 years. Client had a prior OVI conviction 3 years earlier. 2 weeks later, client was stopped again and charged with OVI with a .13 breath test. Client cited for OVI, 2nd in 6 years, and Driving Under Suspension.
Client engaged in significant counseling to deal with alcohol abuse issues. Negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in conviction of both OVIs as 2nd in 6 years, with the remainder of the charges dismissed. Client received a total of 30 days in jail, with work release after serving 10 days. Fines totaling $1,000 and 5 year license suspension. Client did not lose employment due to the deal on how jail would be served.