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A recent client reported back to us her observations about procedures when serving time at the Hamilton County Jail.  We hope to minimize our client’s exposure to jail time whenever possible, but sometimes the law does not provide a remedy other than jail.   Here is her story: WHEN SERVING A SENTENCE AT THE HAMILTON [...]

Don’t worry when your OVI Lawyer is not in Court right when Court starts.  Most good lawyers will have a case load that requires them to be in many rooms, cities, counties, or state’s all on the same day.   You lawyer should give you advanced notice about when he will be there.  This will prevent [...]

To make a good lawyer you will need many ingredients to be successful.  Add three parts salesmanship, one part bill collector, two parts efficiency, one part accountant, one part savvy businessman, one part knowledge of the law, one part confidence, one part shrewd negotiator, and one part aggressiveness in defense of your clients. This mixture [...]

A DUI can be charged because of alcohol or drugs in a person's body.  The last post listed Ohio's DUI statutory prohibitions against certain levels of alcohol in the body.  In this post we see the prohibition against certain levels of drugs in the system. ORC 4511.19 states teh following: (j) Except as provided in division (K) of this section, the [...]

The term legal limit will make most DUI lawyers cringe.  This is because there is no legal amount of alcohol to have in the body and drive. Below, the (A)(1)(a) section says that if the officer believes you are under the influence of alcohol he can charge you with a DUI no matter what level [...]

The answer is yes.  However, it is not a right and rests firmly within the discredtion of the Court to grant the motion after a hearing. Crim.R. 32.1 provides that a motion to withdraw a plea of guilty or no contest may be made only before sentence is imposed; but to correct manifest injustice, the [...]

This week’s blog post revolves around the concept of knowledge vs. what can be done in Court.  Everyone wants to know if their lawyer knows the law. That is typically a low threshold of proof to a client that is not a lawyer.  However, it is also important that your lawyer be able to tell [...]

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