It is best to be safe this holiday season. Remember there is no legal amount of alcohol or drugs to have in your system to avoid an OVI charge in Dayton, Ohio.
However, if you are pulled over and investigated for OVI it is best to know what to do and what not to do. Say and do to much and you will be charged with OVI for sure and the more difficult it will be to defend the charge.
Say and do the wrong thing and you can be shot with a taser, maced, and charged with more crimes. Here are the best things to know if pulled over for OVI or DUI in Dayton, Ohio.
You have to produce your license, registration, and insurance if you have them. If not, you have to give the officer enough info for him to identify you and the status of your license. You have to stop your car when the officer uses his lights and siren.
You have to comply with lawful orders of the police like stop, get out, roll down your window, give police your name, date of birth, and social security number for identification.
You do not have to admit drinking or doing drugs. You do not have to admit coming from a bar. You do not have to tell the officer where you came from or where you are going.
You do not have to submit to field sobriety tests. You do not have to submit chemical tests that will look in your blood, breath, or urine for drugs and alcohol on a first or second offense.
Call the OVI and DUI attorney’s at Suhre & Associates if you have been arrested for OVI in the Dayton area – including: Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Darke, Clark, Clinton, Allen, Ross, or Champaign counties; or, in the following cities: Riverside, Oh., Kettering, Oh., West Carrollton, Oh., Huber Heights, Oh., Trotwood, Oh., Beavercreek, Oh., Vandalia, Oh., Centerville, Oh., Miamisburg, Oh., Englewood, Oh., Fairborn, Oh., Clayton, Oh., Tipp City, Oh., Springboro, Oh., Xenia, Oh.
We are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Because now is the perfect time to put our team of OVI lawyers which includes a FORMER POLICE OFFICER and several FORMER PROSECUTORS to work… for you!