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Possible Routes for OVI Defense

An arrest for operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol can result in fines, jail time and license suspension in Ohio. However, individuals facing this type of charge have the right to legal defense.

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Claiming Father’s Rights in Ohio

When you establish legal paternity, you can access your legal rights as an unmarried father in Ohio. You can ask the court for visitation with or custody of your child as well as the right to participate in important decisions for the child.

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Advice for Making a Third-Party Insurance Claim

After a car accident, you may have to deal with multiple insurance companies, especially if you were not at fault. When you make a claim with another individual’s insurer, the law considers it a third-party claim because you are the third party in relation to the other driver and the other driver’s insurance company.

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Steps to Take After a Car Accident

You always buckle up, drive at or below speed limit and drive defensively. But in a split-second you’ve collided with another vehicle and your car is in pieces, while your head is spinning.

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Drug Possession Factors and Outcomes

The result of an arrest for possession of drugs in Ohio varies depending on a wide range of details.

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Dissolution or Divorce in Ohio?

You have done everything possible to try to save your marriage. You tried a trial separation. You tried counseling. The differences are still too great. The end is inevitable.

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FAQ About Ohio OVI Charges

Operating a vehicle impaired, or OVI, results in mandatory jail time and administrative penalties in Ohio. If a law enforcement officer arrests you for this crime, he or she will take your license and you will be unable to drive until the court settles your case.

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