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What is a Motion to Suppress?

Written by Rob Healey on February 4, 2015 in Motion to Suppress

Any criminal case has important deadlines, and a Dayton OVI case is no different. One important deadline occurs 35 days after arraignment (arraignment is the court hearing at which you enter your plea of guilty or not guilty to the charge). Missing this important deadline robs the driver charged with an OVI of a critical …Read More »

When The Going Gets Tough

Written by Rob Healey on August 15, 2014 in Checkpoints, Responsible Enjoyment

You want a tough lawyer that can get going on your case.   Our lawyers enjoy fighting tough cases that we can investigate.  Almost every case has something wrong with it.  It is usually just a matter of looking close enough at the facts.  When we are fighting a case that will not work out …Read More »

Dollars And Sense Of DUI

Written by Rob Healey on July 2, 2014 in DUI Penalties

A DUI will cost you.  Initially it costs you your dignity when you are arrested.  It can cost you your good name.  It will cost you your freedom to drive where and when you want.  It will cost you your privilege to drive.  It will cost you money in the form of missed time at work. …Read More »

Why You Should Oppose Annie’s Law

Written by Rob Healey on April 3, 2014 in DUI Law

Up front: This blog is not meant in any way to disrespect the family and friends of Annie Rooney who, in her loving memory, have promoted Annie’s Law with nothing but good intentions and concern for public safety. That said, here is why it is permissible for you to oppose Annie’s Law, an Ohio Bill …Read More »

Who Reads Anything Anyway

Written by Rob Healey on April 1, 2014 in License Suspension

You should.  Especially where it relates to a letter to drive from court. That is what you get when a court grants limited driving privileges on a suspension in Dayton, Ohio for DUI, OVI, or other offense.  If you don’t make sure you leave court with proof of what the judge said, you are at …Read More »