DUI & OVI Lawyer in Cincinnati
When Can I Be Charged with DUI / OVI?
Ohio Revised Code §4511.19,
Operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs - OVI, defines this offense as operating a vehicle if, at the time of the operation,
- Is under the influence of alcohol, a drug abuse, or a combination thereof
- Has a concentration of 0.08% or more BAC during a breath or blood test
- Has a concentration of 0.011% of 1 gram of alcohol per 100ml of urine
A person can also be charged with OVI / DUI if he or she has a high enough
concentration of one or more of the following controlled substances in
their blood or urine:
Do not hesitate to
hire our DUI attorneys in Cincinnati from Bleile & Dawson if you have been arrested for drunk driving.
How We Can Fight Your DUI Charges
There are many ways in which an OVI / DUI case can be successfully fought.
Our Cincinnati DUI defense lawyers love America's justice system,
but also realize that there are still flaws and that mistakes can be made.
Grounds for fighting your DUI can include:
- Unlawful DUI stop
- Police misconduct
- Faulty breath / blood test
Police officers must have reason to believe that you are intoxicated before
they can lawfully pull you over and investigate, such as drifting across
lane lines, driving at night without headlights, erratic driving speeds,
or a call from a tipster.
Police misconduct can occur during field sobriety tests, as well as during
a DUI checkpoint if it is improperly conducted. Breath tests can even
be fought, especially if the officer failed to calibrate the machine or
to properly instruct you on how to blow into the machine. Blood and urine
tests can also be fought if your sample was mishandled in the lab.
Put 20+ Years' Combined Expiernce on Your Side!
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Our DUI attorneys in Cincinnati have
20+ years of experience defending the freedom of those who are facing wrongful criminal charges.
Call now at (513) 399-5945 for a
free consultation to learn what defenses can be used against your charges.