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60 DAY MANDATORY JAIL SENTENCE AVOIDED -- Director of Sales' 4 th Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI Charge Stipulated as 1 st Offense; Avoids 60 Days Jail -- our client, a 42 year old director of sales, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after being stopped for failing to yield. This is our client's 4 th Ohio DUI charge, with 2 prior convictions and 1 prior reduction. He was facing a mandatory minimum 60 days jail and vehicle forfeiture. He refused to submit to the field sobriety tests, and he refused to submit to a breath test. After 2 months of representation, our client's OVI was stipulated as a first offense. He will not serve any days in jail, instead he will attend and complete a 3-day alcohol education program. He will drive with occupational privileges for one year and pay a $400 fine. (Represented by Attorney Brad Koffel.)

20 DAY MANDATORY JAIL SENTENCE AVOIDED -- Sales Associate's 2 nd Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI Stipulated as 1 st Offense; High-Tiered Breath Test Dismissed (.226% Test) -- our client, a 33 year old sales associate, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after outside of marked lanes. This is the second charge of Ohio OVI for our client, with one prior conviction. Our client was facing a mandatory minimum 6 days jail. Our client was unable to perform the field sobriety tests due to his level of intoxication. His breath test result was .226%, a high-tiered test, which carries mandatory jail and yellow plates. After 4 months of representation, our client's high-test was dismissed, and his Ohio OVI was stipulated as a first offense. He will attend a 3-day alcohol education program in lieu of any jail time, drive with occupational driving privileges for 9 months, and pay a $450 fine. He will be on probation for 2 years. (Represented by Attorney Steve Fox.)

OHIO DUI / OHIO OVI REDUCED -- Capital University Student-Athlete Pleas Non-Moving, No Points Violation (.100% Breath Test) -- our client, a 21 year old Capital University student-athlete, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after being stopped for making an illegal U-turn. Our client was concerned about applying to graduate school and future employment opportunities if she suffered an Ohio OVI conviction. She performed average on the field sobriety tests. Her breath test result was .100%. After 4 months of representation, the State had issues substantiating our client's breath test and to avoid taking the case to trial they entered into plea negotiations with Attorney Steve Fox. Our client pled to a non-moving, no points violation. She will attend a 3-day alcohol education program, drive with restricted privileges for 90 days, and be on non-reporting probation for 1 year. She will pay a $200 fine. (Represented by Attorney Steve Fox.)

HIGH TEST (.270% BREATH) DUI DISMISSED -- Investor Relations Executive's High-Breath Test Dismissed; Avoids Jail + Yellow Plates (.270%) -- our client, a 51 year old investor relations executive, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after being stopped for driving left of center. Our client performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. His breath test was .270%, a high-tiered test, which carries and mandatory minimum 6 days in jail and restricted yellow license plates. The Prosecution had significant issues substantiating our client's breath test, and after 2 months of representation, his high-tiered breath test was dismissed. He will not serve any days in jail, instead he will attend a 3-day alcohol education program. He will drive with broad occupational driving privileges for 6 months and be on probation for 1 year. He will pay a $425 fine. (Represented by Attorney Brad Koffel.)

OHIO FELONY DUI AVOIDED -- Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI Client Avoids Felony Indictment and Mandatory 60 days Prison -- our client, a 37 year old restaurant general manager, was charged with Ohio OVI / Ohio DUI after being stopped for several marked lane violations. This is the 5 th charge of Ohio OVI for our client, with 4 prior convictions. Our client was facing a possible felony indictment and conviction, which would carry a mandatory minimum 60 days in prison, vehicle forfeiture, and a minimum license suspension of 3 years. Our client's employment and custody of his daughter were both in jeopardy if he suffered these penalties on a 5 th Ohio OVI conviction. After allegedly failing the standard field sobriety tests, our client refused to submit to a breath test. After 2 months of representation Attorneys Brad Koffel and Steve Fox entered into plea negotiations with the State, and our client's Ohio OVI was stipulated as a first offense misdemeanor. He will not serve any days in prison. He will attend a 3-day alcohol education program, drive with occupational driving privileges for 6 months, and pay a $400 fine. He will be on non-reporting probation for 2 years. (Represented by Attorneys Brad Koffel and Steve Fox.)

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