The Ohio State Highway Patrol has historically increased their presence on the roads during the Christmas season.Read More
Fox 8 Cleveland recently reported that project developers and the Downtown Cleveland Alliance have submitted a petition to Cleveland City Council asking for Cleveland's first open container zone to be open weeknights and weekends.Read More
Last year, Ohio saw 27 alcohol-related deaths between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. As this night presents an opportunity for drinking and celebrating, it is essential to be prepared with the reality that police officers will be out in full force monitoring the roads for drunk drivers.Read More
Did you ever think it would become legal to leave a bar with a drink, walk outside and carry it with you? With the signing of House Bill 47, Governor Kasich has changed the law, allowing people to do just that.Read More
Last year, Ohio partnered with the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, which utilized more than 8,400 hours from the highway patrol and nearly 100 other law enforcement agencies.Read More
Ohio has recently started an initiative focusing on safer driving with the creation and placement of 130 permanent signs to spread traffic safety messages such as “Drive Sober” or “Get Pulled Over.”Read More
Our client who had been accused of a DUI recently received a reduction.
At our request, once the prosecutor looked at the video of the client performing the field sobriety tests, they agreed with us that the client did well enough on the video.
What really helped here was our clear understanding of how field sobriety tests are to be administered and how one must perform on them. This is a very happy client, as he could have lost his job with a DUI conviction.