Protect your rights.
No matter what you call it – OVI, DUI, OMVI, drunk driving, impaired driving – it can have serious consequences on your future. License suspension, large fines, mandatory jail time, and vehicle immobilization or forfeiture are just some of the possible penalties associated with an OVI conviction. Many people feel compelled to plea guilty at their initial hearing because they were told they failed the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests or their breath test was above the legal limit. Minor deviations in the administration of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests or breath test can effect the results. Ohio’s OVI laws are extremely specific and technical and it takes trained OVI attorneys to protect your rights.
If you or someone you know is charged with OVI, contact the Nicodemus Law Office at 740-422-9280 to schedule an appointment to protect your rights.