Part-Time Student Avoids OVI ConvictionCategory: 2014
After making the bad decision to drive home after a few drinks, a woman in her 20s was charged with OVI , a misdemeanor of the first degree, and assured clear distance ahead. When the police officer issued a breath test, she blew a .143. As a part-time student working to earn her bachelor’s degree and also a full-time employee, she knew that an OVI on her record would impact her chances of getting hired for a job in her desired field.
She sought out Cincinnati OVI attorney Brad Groene to help her with her legal situation. With no prior criminal record and just a couple of minor traffic violations on her driving record, she was hoping to avoid the maximum penalties of an OVI conviction. In analyzing the evidence against the client, Brad’s defense hinged on a dismissal of the breath test and the field sobriety tests issued by the police. After attending four court dates in Hamilton County Municipal Court, the OVI charge was reduced to a reckless operation . This means our client ended up avoiding a OVI conviction that would suspend her driving privileges and seriously impact her future.
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