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Recent decision helps client with driving record and sentence length

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Our defendant was pulled over in Vermillion, Ohio, for speeding. After submitting to a field sobriety test and failing, the defendant was arrested and transported to the police station. At the station he refused the BAC and was subsequently charged with an OVI and an ALS suspension for a year.

After three appearances in court, various motions and extensive negotiations with the prosecutors office we were able to get the charges reduced to failure to control (zero points on the license). In addition, we were able to get our client very liberal occupational driving privileges during this time. We are currently working to get the court to drop his ALS suspension four months premature to the year.

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