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Hello Ohio,

It was a sad night in Cincy yesterday, but the town is abuzz all over Cleveland today. The Browns are somehow in first place (based on a sad afternoon for Cincy…) and the Indians are in the playoffs.

Playoffs?! Playoffs.

It’s a fun time to be in northeast Ohio, but with great times come great responsibilities. Although there are no checkpoints announced for tonight or for the Browns’ Thursday night game tomorrow, there will be saturation points throughout both nights to target fans who’ve had a bit too much. Our advice, as ever, is designate a driver.

As for the upcoming weekend, we haven’t heard about any checkpoints. We do know that Euclid has announced one for next week. They have not yet released the exact time or location.

That’s all we have for now. We’ll update the blog as we hear more. As always, please share this blog and our Facebook page with your friends.

Thanks to Taubman Law for the information about the Euclid checkpoint. They’re the best in the business; check ‘em out.

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Well, we’d love to dive right into checkpoints across the state of Ohio, but the only two we know about so far are in Cleveland.

Cleveland: Can you talk right now? Are your minds still completely blown by this TRich trade? Let us know when you have a moment. When you do, here’s what we know so far for this weekend.

Parma has a DUI checkpoint that is scheduled for today (Thursday) from 6 pm to 1 am at State and Tuxedo.

The city of Cleveland has just sent us a notice that it will have an OVI checkpoint Friday night in the Fifth District. This is in addition to the license checkpoint we told you about earlier in the week. The OVI checkpoint will be held at Superior Avenue from Parkwood to E. 108 west bound. It will take place from 9 pm – 2 am.

Garfield Heights is going to have a checkpoint Saturday at Broadway and Forestdale. They did not release a time, but expect it to be somewhere in the 7 pm to 2 am range.

As always, our sources are pulled together by the fine folks at Taubman Law. They know their stuff. Call ‘em with your legal issues and you’ll get a top notch attorney.

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The end of summer is near and the long nights must be used to the max. This weekend is often used to lament the end of long days and beers with fruit in them, which means that the partying around Ohio will be good.

But don’t be a fool: Johnny Law has the technology (read: a calendar) to know that this is Labor Day weekend. As such, they are striving to keep us all safe by stopping drunk drivers. Not surprisingly, there are checkpoints all over the state this weekend. Here’s what we know so far.

Friday
Parma Heights will have a checkpoint on Pearl Road from 11 pm to 3 am.
Springfield/Clark County will have a checkpoint in Clark county. They have not specified the time yet
Logan County will conduct a checkpoint tonight on Ohio 366 between 8 pm and 10 pm in the village of Russells Point.

Saturday
Bratenahl will have a checkpoint on Lakeshore Boulevard, but they have not released the time yet.
Oakwood will have a checkpoint on Broadway from 10 pm to 2 am.

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Football season is upon us once again, which means that people throughout Ohio are out giving their tailgate efforts 100 percent.

But while we would never stop a good party at the Ohio OVI Blog, we do want you to be safe. So do Fox 8, Ace Taxi and The Ohio OVI Task Force.

To help promote designated drivers in Cleveland, they are hosting the 2013 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Cornhole Tournament on the Rizzo Show. Six teams will be randomly selected to compete for a chance to win an ultimate tailgate grand prize. Trust us, you want this prize.

Check out the site for details on how to enter and take the pledge today:
http://bit.ly/1cTnte6.

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With the Feast in full swing and the sun shining all over Cleveland people are outside enjoying the summer. But with great weather and activities comes great responsibility. To make sure that people are driving safe the police in Northeast Ohio have stepped up their checkpoint game this weekend.

Cleveland will have a checkpoint Friday night at Broadview & Brookpark Roads. The checkpoint will start at 11:00 pm and end at 2:00 am.

Olmsted Township will have a checkpoint on Saturday at Cook Road 10pm -2am

This is all on top of the checkpoint in Euclid on Thursday night.

Columbus Area

Delaware County: Rt. 23, north of Lazelle Road and the Franklin-Delaware county line, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Fairfield County: E. Main Street (Rt. 22), east of Graceland Drive, in Lancaster, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Licking County: Rt. 79, south of Kaiser Drive, in Hebron, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

KETTERING : The Kettering Police Department will hold an OVI checkpoint Friday night in Montgomery County

Additionally, we already know of checkpoints in Solon and Parma for next weekend (August 23-25).

That’s all we have for now. Expect updates on these checkpoints headed into the weekend.

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Clevelanders, have your license ready.

The city will hold a driver’s license checkpoint today from 11 am to 3 pm at St. Clair and Mellville in the fifth district.

As always, this friendly reminder to drive safely is brought to you by Taubman Law. Check ‘em out if you need help with OVI/DUI, personal injury or workers’ compensation.

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Hello again, Ohio.

The weather has turned cold, but our passion for bringing you news about checkpoints throughout the state remains as hot as ever. So let’s get down to it.

Thus far, we have news on three checkpoints. We received a notice saying that the city of Cleveland will have a checkpoint on Saturday night. The exact time and location of the checkpoint will be released Saturday morning. Expect an update to our Facebook page when that is released.

The next two checkpoints are in Columbus. Both are Friday night.

The first will be near Easton Town Center on Westerville Road, south of Innis Road. It will run from 9 pm to 3 am.

The second is in Upper Arlington on Bethel Rd. between Godown Rd. and Olentangy River Rd. It’s from 9 am to 3 am.

Thanks to our friends at Hastie Legal Offices for that information.

We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.

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Hello Ohio.

Things have been slow since the rush of checkpoints over Labor Day, but we figured we’d check in this week with some checkpoint news.

First and foremost, there are no checkpoints announced at this time. That doesn’t mean there won’t be any, it just means we haven’t heard news of any. If we hear otherwise, we will post it here. If you here anything, feel free to visit our Facebook page and let us know.

Also, we are already hearing about a checkpoint next weekend in the city of Cleveland. They won’t release location details until the day of the checkpoint, but we know it will be next Friday, September 28.

That’s all we have for now. More news as we know it will be available on the blog.

Until we meet again, don’t be afraid to call your good friends at Taubman Law whenever you need help with personal injury, workers’ comp or DUI/OVI.

 

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Cleveland has announced that it will have a checkpoint tonight (Thursday, August 30). It will be held from 8 pm to 12 am. The location is Broadway Avenue at Baxter Avenue.

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