The Cleveland Police sent out a release today noting that they will have a checkpoint in the city next Friday, October 28.
The exact location and time of the checkpoint will not be released until the day before. As always, we will let you know more when we know more.
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The city of Cleveland announced today that there will be an OVI checkpoint in the Fourth District Thursday night.
It will be held from 8 pm to 12 am on East 57th Street and Fleet Ave. If you’re headed out for a few drinks, be sure to designate a driver.
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The seasons are beginning to change in Ohio, adding a little color to the trees. But while temperatures are starting to drop, the push that police have been making throughout 2011 to arrest drunk drivers continues.
So far we know of three checkpoints this weekend, including two in Cleveland Friday night. Yes, that’s two in the same city.
Cleveland No. 1 - Will have one at East 111th Street and St. Clair. It will run from 11 pm to 3 am.
Cleveland No. 2 – The city will also have one in the Fourth District at Broadway Avenue and Baxter. It will run from 7 pm to 12 am.
Maple Heights – Will have one on Saturday at Lee Road. It will run from 9 pm to 1 am.
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Cleveland Police will have a checkpoint Friday night, according to a release from the Chief of Police’s office today.
Details on the checkpoint have not been released, but we will know more Friday morning.
That’s all we have for today. As always, we’ll update you as we know more.
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Hello Ohio. After a few weekends with dozens of checkpoints, this weekend looks to be a little slower.
As of now we have not received word of any checkpoints for this coming weekend. That said, we believe there will be increased patrols around Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati now that football season is in swing. We also know that there will be some checkpoints next weekend. Details on those will come next Thursday.
As of last weekend the state’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign has ended, and we’re looking to get some overall drinking and driving stats for summer 2011 soon. We’ll be doing a post on that to highlight the dangers of drinking and driving and show the overall improvement of the state in several categories.
As always, should you run into any trouble with OVI in Ohio, we know how to help you. In Northeast Ohio you can contact Taubman Law. In Central Ohio you can contact Hastie Legal Offices LLC.
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A weekend that will likely be chalk full of checkpoints starts off with a checkpoint in Cleveland on Thursday night, according to a release from the city police.
The checkpoint will be at Fleet Ave. and East 57th Street. It will start at 7 pm and run through 12 am.
With Labor Day upon us, expect checkpoints all over Ohio as the crackdown on drunk driving continues. Our recommendation, as always, is to designate a driver if you’re going to be out drinking. Trust us, at Taubman Law and Hastie Legal Offices we deal with OVI cases all of the time and you don’t want to get mixed up in one.
Ohio’s Highway Patrol planned twice as many sobriety checkpoints this year as it had in 2010 thanks to a federal grant. More than a quarter of those took place this past weekend. The patrol planned 27 checkpoints this weekend. Increasingly, they are seeing people driving dangerously because of narcotics both illegal and prescription. In some cases officers can look at the direction the suspect’s eyes are moving to determine whether they are intoxicated on alcohol versus pills.
The Cleveland Police department is continuing the trend on cracking down on drivers and announced today that they will be doing a license checkpoint on Monday. The checkpoint is between the hours of 10:00 a.m and 14:00 p.m. on St Clair between East 93rd Street and East 96th.
If you or anybody you know ran into any legal problems this weekend, contact us for professional and courteous help.
OK, Ohio, let’s get down to business this week because we have a lot to discuss. This week marks the beginning of a three-week crackdown on intoxicated drivers. We will be updating this post constantly throughout the next three days, and we already know of several checkpoints.
Here are the details we have. We have called everywhere we usually do in Central Ohio and Northeast Ohio. We are still waiting to hear back on several areas (including Summit County).
Aurora – Will have a checkpoint on Saturday night. Details will be released Saturday morning.
Berea – Will have a checkpoint Friday night on Bagley Road from 9 pm to 2 am.
Butler County – Will have on in West Chester Township on State Route 747 on Friday. It will be 10 pm to 4 am.
Clermont County – Will have one in Miami Township on Friday. It will be on State Route 28 between Old State Route 28 and Buckwheat Rd. It will be from 10 pm to 2 am.
Cleveland – Sent out a press release on August 19 detailing a driver’s license checkpoint happening next week. It looks like it will be Friday the 26th.
Crawford County – Will have a checkpoint this weekend. It will be Friday in Bucyrus on State Route 4. It will be south of the city, but they won’t release the exact location. We expect it will be near the Bratwurst Festival. It will run from 9 pm to 1 am.
Columbus – Will have on on Saturday night. It will be on the west side on West Broad St. at Philipi/Goergesville Rd. It runs from 9 pm to 3 am.
Dayton – Will have one on Friday in Trotwood. It will be in the 4300 block of Salem Ave. near Meadow Drive. It will run from 8:30 pm to 2 am.
Delaware County – Will have one Friday on Route 23, just north of Lazelle Road. This is a major traffic area just north of Columbus. It will run from 9 pm to 3 am.
Garfield Heights – Will have a checkpoint Saturday night on Broadway from 9 pm to 2 am.
Hamilton County – Will have a checkpoint Friday in Cincinnati. It will be on Colerain Road at Blue Spruce Road. It will run from 9 pm to 1 am.
Knox County – Will have a checkpoint Friday on State Route 12, just off South Main Street in Mount Vernon. It will run from 8 pm to 12 am.
Licking County – Will have a checkpoint in Licking Twp on Friday. It will be on State Route 13, just south of the 1-70 exit. It will run from 9 pm to 1 am.
Mahoning County – Will have one Friday night in Goshen Township. It will be on U.S. Route 62, west of State Route 45. It will run from 9 pm to 12 am.
Parma – Will have a checkpoint Saturday night on Ridge Road from 9 pm to 2 am.
Portage County – Will have a checkpoint Friday night on State Route 43. It will be between 10 pm and 2 am.
Streetsboro – Will have a checkpoint Saturday night. Checkpoint will most likely be on State Route 43, Near Milepost 21, At The Aurora/streetsboro Line. This hasn’t been verified but where it was located last year.
Warren County – The Warren County Sheriff’s Department and Franklin Police have announced an OVI checkpoint for Saturday night, August 20th. It will be held on State Route 73 near milepost 3 in Warren County beginning at 11:00pm.
We will continue to post information as it becomes available to us. As always, our recommendation is that you don’t drink and drive. Should you get caught up in a jam, however, we have two law firms ready to defend your rights. In Central Ohio we have Hastie Legal Offices. In Northeast Ohio we have Taubman Law. Both firms know how to protect the rights of those accused of OVI in Ohio.
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Happy Monday to you, Ohio. As we reported in our weekend post, there is a checkpoint today in Cleveland.
Here are the details: The checkpoint will be at Madison Avenue and West 85th Street. It will begin at 9:30 p and run until 1 am.
As always, the Ohio OVI Blog is here to make sure we keep the streets safe and protect people’s rights. We want you to know about checkpoints so you make the wise decision to designate a driver if you’re going out to drink. At the same time, we want to make sure your rights are protected if you get mixed up in a DUI or OVI case. We have legal teams in Northeast Ohio and Central Ohio who know OVI law in Ohio. Please contact us if you need help.
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Things have finally cooled off across the state, giving us all a much-needed break from the heat.
But we’ll tell you what hasn’t cooled off: The Police’s desire to stop drunk driving!
OK, that was probably one of our worst attempts at a transition here at the Ohio OVI Blog, but every post can’t be on par with a David Foster Wallace novel, right? Let’s get down to business. It’s summer and lots of people are out enjoying a few adult beverages. But responsible drivers everywhere are taking cabs and designating drivers to get home safely. We hope you’re doing the same. The police are doing there part to catch drunk drivers, and we’ve heard news on four checkpoints so far for this weekend and into next week.
The first will be in Seven Hills Saturday night. It will be from 7 pm to 1 am at Rockside at Pinnacle Park.
In Central Ohio, we have details on two checkpoints so far.
One is in Millersport (Fairfield County) tonight. It will be on State Route 204, just east of State Route 37. This is near Buckeye Lake.
The other is in Plain City (Madison County). It will also be tonight and will be on State Route 42 near W. Main Street. It will be right by the Der Dutchman restaurant, a place we’re sure you Plain City locals know well.
The last checkpoint we’ve heard about will be in Cleveland. It will be Monday night, but the details have not yet been released.
In other news, we’ve heard that Rover fest – which takes place in Eastlake – will be hopping this weekend. It sold out, and the police will have strong saturation points throughout the area to monitor safety. It’s likely there will also be liquor control mechanisms in place, including undercover agents. If you’re heading out to see Rover (or just to see Ms. Morning Glory), be safe and be smart.
That’s all we have for now. Remember, we keep this blog to warn people of the dangers of drunk driving. But we also want all drivers to know they have legal rights. Should you get mixed up in an OVI or DUI case, we have lawyers who know how to help you. Find out more at the sites for Taubman Law (Northeast Ohio) or Hastie Legal Offices (Central Ohio).
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