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If you are arrested for DUI/OMVI (Driving While Under The Influence or Your Abilities are Impaired) in the State of Ohio, you can lose your driver's license and your vehicle even before setting foot in a courtroom. The sooner you speak with a knowledgeable DUI attorney who knows how to handle the many facets of a DUI case, the quicker your case can be evaluated and a potential strategy can be established and implemented.
At the law office of Mark Albert Herder, we will sit down with you to discuss your DUI case and provide an honest and frank assessment of your situation. We will question whether the police had a constitutional right to stop you and your vehicle, ascertain the existence and meaning of any breathalyzer tests, evaluate the significance of any images captured by video, scrutinize the conduct of the arresting officer, anaylze the specific facts of your case and attempt to determine what, if any, evidence is legally admissible against you. Sometimes, it may be possible to negotiate a suitable outcome and realize your objectives early in the litigation. Other situations may demand further effort, up to and including a court trial before a jury or judge. The law office of Mark Albert Herder is prepared to work hard to accomplish the results that you need and is dedicated to providing all clients with the best outcome possible.
Although you have been arrested for allegedly driving under the influence, this does not mean that you are guilty and it certainly does not mean that you should be convicted. You have the right to involve a lawyer to handle your case and protect your legal rights in the face of the accusations against you. We will work diligently to secure your occupational driving privileges and protect your freedoms in all criminal court proceedings. In addition to alcohol breath testing, an individual's performance on field sobriety tests may also be used by the government to support the result of a chemical test or to prove that a driver's abilities were appreciably impaired because of alcohol or a controlled substance. These methods can and should be reviewed and possibly challenged by thoroughly investigating the case from every angle to determine if a procedural or evidentiary mistake was made or if your legal rights were violated in any way.
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Conviction for a DUI charge may lead to:
· Permanent Criminal Record
· Alcohol Treatment
· Restrictions On Your Vehicle
· Loss Of Your Driver's License