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Hi Ghouls and Goblins,

Happy almost Halloween everyone and with the ghouls, punch and adult tricks comes more police patrols, saturation patrols and an OVI checkpoint in Portage County on October 24, 2014. We will post the exact location and time as soon as we know it.

If you are having few adult ciders, don’t drive, call a taxi or hop a ride with the headless horsemen. If you find yourself in a bad situation, don’t hesitate to contact us at 216-621-0794, Bruce Taubman and Brian Taubman pride themselves in helping people out and protecting their rights and have been doing so for over 35 years

Four things I always tell me friends or random strangers at bar about OVI/DUI’s in Ohio

  1. If you get pulled over and you’ve had a few beers or glasses of wine. Never, never  admit to having a beer or one glass of wine with dinner . All this does is give the officer probable cause to continue his or her investigation into the possibility that you are operating a vehicle impaired. Cops are going to smell beer, say you have glassy eyes and slurred speech anyways so why give them any more ammunition?
  2. You never have to do field sobriety tests in the Ohio. This is a voluntary act and the test is subjective in nature. If you fail this test which 95% of sober people do, it will give the officer enough evidence to arrest you for an OVI and it will be harder for an OVI attorney to knock down you dui
  3. You can refuse the portable breathalyzer in Ohio with no punishment. To be clear this is device that most cops will have in their car. If you refuse the the breathalyzer at the station you will be facing an ALS suspension that varies in length depending on your particular set of facts. (I will address this in a later post).
  4. If you find yourself arrested for an DUI in Ohio, give me a ring. I will explain everything to you and the consultation is always free

PORTAGE COUNTY CHECKPOINT

The Ohio State Highway Patrol in conjunction with Kent Police Department announced today that an OVI checkpoint will be held from 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. tonight on State Route 59, in Portage County.

CLARK COUNTY CHECKPOINT

A “no refusal” checkpoint where drivers will be forced to stop and potentially submit to having their blood taken on the side of the road by law enforcement authorities is planned for Clark County, Ohio on October 24.

“Every car will be checked to ensure that drivers are not impaired. If there is sufficient probable cause to believe that a driver is operating a vehicle while impaired, law enforcement will seek a blood search warrant from a “neutral and detached magistrate,

My recommendation would be stay out of Clark County tonight

FRANKLIN COUNTY

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two sobriety checkpoints are planned in the northwest Columbus.

The first one will be held on Bethel Road, east of Kenny Road from 9 p.m. until 11 p.m. on Friday.

The second will be on Sawmill Road, north of I-270, from 11:30 p.m. Friday until 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Thanks Hastie Law for the information!

Do you need legal representation? Arrested for an OVI or other criminal matter?

If you find yourself in a sticky situation, don’t hesitate to contact one of our highly trained OVI/Criminal attorneys. Contact me at 216-621-0794 or at brucetaubman@taubmanlaw.net We practice throughout the Great State of Ohio

Have you ever been injured at Work? Need extra money? Have an old Workers compensation claim, let us settle it for you!

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Checkout our recent settlements and client stories

Have an workers compensation question, checkout out Frequently Asked Question section.

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

Have a GREAT WEEKEND AND BE SAFE!!

Sincerely,

Bruce Taubman & Brian Taubman

 

These materials have been prepared by Taubman Law for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Internet subscribers and online readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel.

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Hi friends,

We have a busy few days coming up in Cleveland and Solon this week but first the results from the 6 State crackdown on the I-70 corridor that occured last week. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that they issued eight OVI arrests, 19 safety belt citations and 343 speed citations in the duration of the latest 6-State Trooper project.  Feel free to insert joke about the use of man power, money and the minimal results that followed. I assume that just like checkpoints, the idea behind this is to show presence and hope in the future other drivers will follow the law, not speed and clearly not drink and drive

Cleveland

Cleveland must be jealous of the rate of checkpoints that other cities like Parma, Lakewood, Columbus and South Euclid have been pumping out lately. In an effort to compete The Cleveland Division of Police Fifth District will operate a Sobriety Checkpoint today, Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 11:00pm until 3:00am at St. Clair Avenue/East 105th Street. and a Friday night ( 10/17/14)  license checkpoint this week. Check back here tomorrow for the location and time of that checkpoint

Solon

Solon will be conducting a checkpoint Friday night, October 17, 2014 at a time and location that will be announced sometime soon. I will post the information as soon as i get it

Do you need legal representation? Arrested for an OVI or other criminal matter?

If you find yourself in a sticky situation, don’t hesitate to contact one of our highly trained OVI/Criminal attorneys. Contact me at 216-621-0794 or at briantaubman@taubmanlaw.net We practice throughout the Great State of Ohio

Have you ever been injured at Work? Need extra money? Have an old Workers compensation claim, let us settle it for you!

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Checkout our recent settlements and client stories

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi Folks,

We are going to keep this post short and sweet. We know of nothing in or around the Cleveland area for this weekend. Our cources tell us there will be on in Solon next weekend (check back for info next week.

It appears Columbus will be having two checkpoints at W. Broad at I-70 (right by the casino) from 9pm to 11pm; and at Georgesville Rd. at Atlanta from 1am to 3am.

If you find yourself in a sticky situation, don’t hesitate to contact one of our highly trained OVI/Criminal attorneys.

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

 

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be joining forces with other members of the 6-State Trooper Project in an effort to reduce unsafe driving behaviors. Troopers will be targeting safety belt, aggressive driving and impaired motorists along the Interstate 70 corridor. The initiative will take place from October 10 at 12:01 a.m. through October 12 at 11:59 p.m. This high-visibility enforcement effort will include the Indiana State Police, Pennsylvania State Police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

“The Ohio State Highway Patrol takes the crime of impaired driving seriously,” said Colonel Paul Pride, Patrol superintendent. “Impaired driving is a crime that puts innocent people’s lives in danger.”

From 2009 to 2013, there were a total of 61 fatal crashes on Interstate 70 in Ohio, including 14 that involved an impaired driver. So far this year, there have been nine fatal crashes, including three that involved alcohol and/or drugs on this stretch of road.

The Patrol is dedicated to removing impaired drivers from Ohio roads and increasing educational efforts related to the importance of safety belt usage. In addition, the agency is committed to working with law enforcement partners to address traffic safety issues and crime on our roadways.

The 6-State Trooper Project includes the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Kentucky State Police, Indiana State Police, Pennsylvania State Police, West Virginia State Police and the Michigan State Police.

It is a multi-state law enforcement partnership aimed at providing combined and coordinated law enforcement and security services in the areas of highway safety, criminal patrol and intelligence sharing.

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

 

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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away at a checkpoint far far away from Cleveland there exists  three checkpoints in Ohio that we know of. So as always don’t drink and drive, if you find yourself in a tricky situation don’t hesitate contact us immediately so we can help.

CHECKPOINT – CLINTON COUNTY

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is conducting a sobriety checkpoint Friday night in Clinton County. It will be held from 9:00 p.m. until midnight on US 22 just west of Progress Way in Wilmington.Saturation patrols will also be out to catch impaired drivers.

CHECKPOINT COLUMBUS

2 OVI CHeckpoints in North Columbus tonight!! 1) Karl Road at Penworth Drive Friday between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.; and 2) Cleveland Avenue north of Fuji Drive Saturday between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m.

 

 

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

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Hi Folks,

I won’t lie I had to double check this release and my calendar but it appears that there will be a checkpoint tonight by the Ohio State Highway Patrol at state Route 44, in Portage County from 10:00p.m. to 1:00 a.m. tonight, September 17, 2014.

Also, the city of Euclid will be conducting a checkpoint this Friday, September 19, 2014  in conjunction with the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a Sobriety Checkpoint on So. Lakeland Blvd. at 22600 from 10:00 pm until 2:00 am

UPDATE: CLEVELAND CHECKPOINT

The Cleveland Division of Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint beginning Friday night on the city’s East Side.

Officers will be stopping motorists from 11 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday at Superior Avenue and East 108th Street, according to police.

As always don’t drink and drive, if you find yourself in a predicament, contact us immediately so we can help.

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

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Hi Friends,

I stumbled across this article from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and thought I would share it. If you ever in need of an attorney to protect your rights, contact us.

Here is the link to the article

 

PARMA, Ohio — No one was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving during a sobriety checkpoint Friday in Parma. Nevertheless, police believe it was a success.

“Contrary to popular belief, [drunken driving checkpoints] aren’t really to catch drunken drivers,” Parma Sgt. Ken Gillissie said. “They’re to educate the public.”

Officers checked 375 cars during Friday’s checkpoint, which took place from 7 p.m. to midnight in the 5600 block of Pearl Road.

Each driver was given information about drunken driving and a complementary $5 cab voucher as part of a partnership between Ace Taxi and the Cuyahoga County DUI Task Force.

Flashing signs also publicized information such as the fact 341 people died in drunken driving incidents last year in Ohio.

The Parma Police Department operates three to four checkpoints per year with funding through the Cuyahoga County DUI Task Force, police said.

Many drivers say they appreciate the extra scrutiny. During a recent checkpoint, one car even circled the block several times in order to be directed into the checkpoint for questioning, Gillissie said.

Parma sobriety checkpoint Parma Capt. Joseph Boback demonstrates what it’s like to drive through a drunken driving checkpoint.

“They said they wanted the experience,” he said.

Some drivers complain the checkpoints are bothersome or an encroachment on their rights, Gillissie said. However, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the checkpoints, which are designed to be non-discriminatory, are constitutional, according to the Ohio State Bar Association.

Twenty-one cars were diverted for further inspection during Friday’s checkpoint. One driver was cited for possession of suspected marijuana and two were cited for disorderly conduct.

An officer is assigned to count cars and send a certain number into the checkpoint; at busy times that could be every fourth or fifth car, but at slower times it could be every car, Gillissie said.

A patrol car is stationed near the entrance to watch for drivers who make illegal turns to avoid it, Gillissie said. An increased number of patrol cars, known as saturation patrols, are also stationed nearby to catch drunken drivers.

Drivers who are diverted during checkpoints might be asked to take three field sobriety tests. If the driver fails two tests, he or she is arrested, Gillissie said.

A driver is then observed for 20 minutes before being asked to take a breath test. The driver can refuse to take the breath test.

Parma police use a van filled with equipment, including cameras and the Intoxilyzer 8000 breath test machine, to record every aspect of the observation and test. Only Parma Detention Center corrections officers can administer tests because they must be state-certified, according to corrections officer Brian Berardi.

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Hi Folks,

Cleveland will be operating an ovi checkpoint tonight, September 11, 2014 at at 17300 Miles Avenue from 7pm until 12am. As always don’t drink and drive, if you find yourself in a predicament, contact us immediately so we can help.

Did we mention that on top of doing great ovi work, Taubman Law for the past 35 plus  years has been practicing workers compensation, personal injury and medical malpractice throughout Ohio. If you ever find yourself in need of an attorney, let us help you.  We can be reached at 216-621-0794 or at Taubman Law

Do you like us or just happen to stumble upon us, why not follow us on facebook for constant updates

Why don’t you check out our new website, soak it all in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

Have a Great Weekend from all of us at Taubman Law and GO BROWNS!!!

 

 

 

 

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Hi Folks,

It appears that there will be a rare Thursday checkpoint in Medina County tonight

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MEDINA TWP.— The Medina County OVI Task Force along with the Ohio State Highway Patrol will conduct a sobriety checkpoint tonight, starting at 7 p.m., in the 3500 block of Pearl Road (U.S. Route 42), north of Fenn Road.

This information is provided by the fine folks of Taubman Law. Not to pat ourselves on the back too much, but we’ve been practicing law in Ohio for over 35  years and are good at what we do. If you are in need of an experienced and dedicated workers’ compensation, personal injury, medical malpractice and criminal attorney Contact us. Cheers and have a great weekend!

Check out our new website, soak it in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.

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Labor Day weekend fatalities down, OVI and drug arrests up

COLUMBUS – This Labor Day weekend, there was an increase in Patrol enforcement and a decrease in traffic crash fatalities. Eleven fatal crashes resulted in 11 deaths during the reporting period of midnight on Friday, August 29 through 11:59 p.m. on Monday, September 1, compared to 16 fatalities during the four-day period in 2013.

Troopers increased enforcement for OVI, safety belts and drugs. Troopers arrested 804 people for OVI, an increase of 4.3 percent. Safety belt enforcement increased by 9.6 percent, and drug arrests increased by 31 percent.

“Ohio’s troopers were out in full force this holiday weekend, and lives were undoubtedly saved because of it,” said Colonel Paul A. Pride, Patrol Superintendent. “We will continue to work hard at keeping Ohio’s roadways safe so that fewer senseless tragedies occur.”

Overall enforcement was up over five percent, with troopers stopping more than 35,000 vehicles in which a citation was issued.

For a complete breakdown of the Patrol’s Labor Day enforcement, please visit statepatrol.ohio.gov.

This information is provided by the fine folks of Taubman Law. Not to pat ourselves on the back too much, but we’ve been practicing law in Ohio for over 35  years and are good at what we do. If you are in need of an experienced and dedicated workers’ compensation, personal injury, medical malpractice and criminal attorney Contact us. Cheers and have a great weekend!

Check out our new website, soak it in and feel free to email me any questions you have (preferably the legal type) and I will make sure to answer them as soon as possible.