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I was parked at a stop sign waiting for directions from a friend and I fell asleep when the officer arrested me i asked for a breathalyzer but he never gave me one, then at the station they asked me to pee I was half asleep and said no then they said I would lose my license for a year so i ask to take it and they said no i already refused
Yes. You can be charged with an OVI whether you gave a urine sample or not. Under the Ohio statute you can be found...
Of all reinstatement requirements, this one is most obscure and difficult. Not interested in reinstatement until now (2013). Released from probation long, long ago and all of my probation officers long gone. Current probation officers refused to sign form. Although sobriety maintained since 2009, who should or will sign form after all this time? I see that form says physician, psychologist, counselor or PROBATION OFFICER. If probation won't sign why would anyone?
This form is the most difficult form to deal with. It requires proof of completion of a drug and alcohol treatment...
i am asking what the average cost of a second dui within exactly 12 years i am charged in alliance muni court stark county ohio i blew a .14 and gave a urine sample i am drug free thank goodness will it be altogether around 2500 dollars with the 500 reinstatement fee included in this can a stark county attorney answer me in ohio
I'm not from the area and can't speak to local pricing, but in general with attorneys you get what you pay for. When...
and i pissed in a cup. the doctor said my pee was over the limit. a friend came to the hospital they released me. I never got a ticket, or anything from the police. went back and got my car and went home. So am i out of the woods?
Hard to say. Probably yes, but there is an outside chance someone might have made a police report on it, in which case...
Does the arrest date or conviction date determine the amount of time between DUI convictions. Asked 23 minutes ago - Springfield, OH DUI My last DUI was in Ohio on June 14, 2004. My current one happened on May 25th, 2014 and my first court date is July 22, 2014. My current case is in Maine where I believe ten years is the cut-off for considering past convictions during sentencing. So whether it is the arrest date or conviction date could make a big difference in what happens to me.
Time goes from the date of CONVICTION on the first offense until the date of the OFFENSE for the new one. So the two...
I was convicted of my third offense ovi. I have complied with all sentencing (probation, jail, treatment, license suspicion, fines). But my registration was forfeited for 5 years (it's been 2 years). Meaning I cant register a car in my name. I have a drivers license, and insurance, but there is no one that I can trust to register a car in there name for me.
This seems more a counseling situation for resolving trust issues than a legal question. Honestly, after three ovi...
I got my license suspended for two years following my second OVI. I am graduating college and want to move to another state in October. I paid all my fines and reinstatement charges, also completed my driving classes and have had no problems with probation.
If it is a refusal suspension, no. If it is a judicial suspension, it can be modified.