The Police Use Very Specific Techniques
When Investigating a Driver for DUI
These Techniques Are Separated Into Stages
and Typically Include Observation,
Questioning, and Testing
Sometimes, Officers Even Use Deceit
In Order to Obtain Incriminating Evidence
Against A DUI Defendant
I Use a Number of DUI Defense Strategies
that Can Mitigate Evidence Obtained
Through These Investigations
These Strategies Can Help
to Get Your Case Dismissed or Reduced.
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Ohio Police Officers, Sheriff’s Deputies and State Highway Patrolmen must have probable cause or reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop. In many Ohio DUI cases, probable cause for a traffic offense is established when the officer observes a traffic violation such as speeding, driving left of center, a turn signal violation, or driving with expired plates. In the alternative, depending on the person’s manner of driving, an Ohio officer might obtain reasonable suspicion that a person is operating a vehicle under the influence if he sees an Ohio DUI driver weaving repeatedly, or driving erratically, but not necessarily reaching the point of committing a traffic violation. Under Ohio law, both situations would generally give the officer authority to conduct a traffic stop.
No Ohio DUI/OVI/drinking and driving arrest is perfect and the best Ohio DUI/OVI lawyers knows this. Most Ohio DUI/OVI investigations include a number of witnesses, including police officers and the personnel who collect, store and test chemical samples. These witnesses are human and they make mistakes. Further, most Ohio DUI/OVI investigations include a breath testing device or other testing equipment that is not always maintained according to current Ohio DUI/OVI regulations.
There are over 1 million laws in the United States. I am a top Ohio DUI/OVI defense lawyer who devotes his entire practice to ONE. Because of my experience and concentrated focus, I know the Ohio DUI/OVI laws better than most attorneys in the state. I am passionate about Ohio DUI/OVI defense and I get results, however, I only accept a limited number of clients. If you’re serious about your case and want a top Ohio DUI/OVI lawyer on your team, call me, the Ohio DUI Dude at 1-844-DUI-DUDE.