OVI / DUI Lawyer For Reynoldsburg, Ohio
The Dominy Law Firm has lawyers for DUI / OVI in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. With a population of about 36,000, Reynoldsburg is one of the larger suburbs of Columbus and sees a significant number of DUI/OVI cases. The city has its own police department, and the Reynoldsburg area is also patrolled by four other law enforcement agencies: the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office, and the Licking County Sheriff’s Office. DUI/OVI cases from this area are filed primarily in the Reynoldsburg Mayor’s Court and the Franklin County Municipal Court but may also be filed in the Fairfield County Municipal Court or the Licking County Municipal Court.
If you were charged with DUI/OVI in Reynoldsburg, or if you are a Reynoldsburg resident with a DUI/OVI elsewhere in central Ohio, you probably have questions. When can I drive again? Should I plead guilty or contest the charges? Should I hire an attorney?
Information About Reynoldsburg DUI/OVI
If you have questions like these, you’ll find answers in this website. This site is filled with information about DUI/OVI applicable to cases in Reynoldsburg. That information includes the possible sentences, the court process, the evidence, defenses, and hiring a lawyer. Those topics are also covered in the book ‘I Was Charged With DUI/OVI – Now What?!’ The paperback version of the book is sold in online bookstores, and you can download the free e-book here.
When Can I Drive Again?
If you’re asking this question, you must have been given an Administrative License Suspension (ALS). That suspension is imposed when a person refuses a blood/breath/urine test or takes a test and the result is ‘over the limit’. The length of the suspension, and the waiting period for obtaining driving privileges, depends on the number of OVI convictions and/or test refusals in the last ten years. On the ALS page of this website, there is a chart which summarizes the suspension lengths and waiting periods. If your license was suspended, your lawyer should challenge the ALS by filing an appeal of the suspension and a separate motion to terminate the suspension.
Deciding How To Handle Your Reynoldsburg DUI/OVI
After you learn more about DUI/OVI, you’ll be equipped to make decisions about your case. Before you go to the first court appearance, you’ll want to decide whether you will plead guilty or fight the OVI. You’ll also want to decide whether you’re going to hire an attorney and which attorney you’re going to hire.
Deciding which lawyer to hire is an important decision, as the lawyer you choose may make a difference to the outcome of the case. There are many attorneys in the central Ohio area who handle DUI/OVI cases. Those attorneys have a wide range of experience and charge a wide range of fees. A small number of those attorneys have developed expertise in the area of DUI/OVI defense.
DUI/OVI Lawyers For Reynoldsburg, Ohio
The attorneys at the Dominy Law Firm have developed expertise in the area of DUI/OVI defense. They have studied subjects related to drunk driving investigations, including field sobriety testing, evidential alcohol testing, and forensic gas chromatography for blood and urine testing. They regularly attends seminars for DUI/OVI, and they are often asked to teach other Ohio lawyers about DUI/OVI issues at those seminars. Their fees are on the high end for fees in Reynoldsburg.
The Dominy Law Firm is located in Columbus, Ohio, and they attorneys have represented many clients with DUI/OVI cases from the Reynoldsburg area. They has also represented clients from Reynoldsburg with cases in other central Ohio courts. If you would like more information about the Dominy Law Firm, please see the About Us page. If you would like more information about the firm’s proven record of success, please see the client reviews and case results. If you intend to hire a lawyer for your DUI/OVI case and would like to schedule a free phone consultation with the Dominy Law Firm, please call 614-717-1177 or submit a contact form.