Jon Saia, one of the skilled Columbus DUI attorneys at our law firm, just served as a presenter at the 8 th Annual Driving Into a DUI seminar. The event took place in Key West on February 20, 2014. At the seminar, Attorney Saia spoke on the topic of "Drug Recognition, Evaluation and Classification in Drugged Driving Cases."
All it takes is one simple error or violation of lab protocol can completely compromise the evidence in a DUI or OVI case. This was shown very clearly in a recent news story that highlighted "sloppy work" carried out by criminalist at the Ohio State Highway Patrol Crime Lab. In its news report, 10TV News (WBNS-10TV) interviewed Attorney Jon Saia, who saw firsthand through an OVI case he handled what can happen when there are problems with how evidence is handled in the crime lab. To watch the broadcast news segment, click here.
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With the publicity surrounding the changes to gambling laws, and the surfacing of internet and things of that nature, liquor permit holders, business owners, and legal scholars alike, are wondering what the future of Ohio law holds.
Under Ohio law, a prenuptial agreement must meet three important criteria:
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles will order the suspension of your Ohio driver's license if you accumulate 12 points on your driving record in a two-year period. Points can be recorded on your license for various traffic offenses. The number of points applied depends on the nature of the moving violation. Minor traffic offenses such as your typical speeding or running of a stop sign will record two points on your license. More serious offenses such as Reckless Operation, Street Racing or OVI may carry 4 or 6 points.