Understanding Your Rights in OVI Cases

Did you know that many of the rights afforded to citizens by both the United States and Ohio constitutions do not apply in OVI cases?* Police officers do not have to advise you of your right to remain silent until after you are in custody. Statements you may make...

Attorney Saia Achieves Victory in OVI and Weapons Case

In a recent case victory, Columbus OVI Attorney Jon Saia helped a man facing four criminal charges–two for OVI and two for a weapons offense–get completely cleared of the allegations filed against him. Through the lawyer’s skillful legal...

Expungement in Ohio – Who Qualifies?

Remember that public intoxication charge you picked up back in college? Well, it might come back to haunt you during a background check or job interview. There is a process by which that sticky situation from your past can be removed from you record as if it never...