One recent case in Ohio talks about negotiated “no contest” pleas and what the judge is required to tell the
The United States Supreme Court ruled recently on the constitutionality of laws criminalizing the refusal of breath and blood BAC tests.
Attorney Douglas Riddell was featured this weekend in an article discussing the effect of Ohio’s new medical marijuana law may
Ohio’s disorderly conduct statute is fairly broad when it comes to the types of acts that fall under its umbrella.
A court considers several factors in determining whether to grant an expungement application. Once the application is filed, the prosecution
>In most OVI cases, drivers submit to field sobriety tests (i.e., walk and turn, eye test, and one leg stand).
We often speak with clients and potential clients that have outstanding warrants and are not sure what to do. If
Ohio Drugs For Which There is a “Per Se” Blood / Urine / Breath Limit The only substances for which
When administering field sobriety tests, one of the first tests officers will do with OVI suspects is the “walk and
The issue of a warrant requirement before obtaining medical records under R.C. 2317.022 has come up in several cases lately