Category: Court Process

Winning Motions Vs. Trials

Written by Rob Healey on September 6, 2013 in Court Process

What does winning a motion on a DUI or OVI case in Dayton, Ohio mean?  Not much maybe. When you win a motion to say exclude a breath test that is good.  However, the prosecutor has the ability to appeal the trial court’s decision to the court of appeals. If the court of appeals disagrees …Read More »

Kettering OVI Process

Written by Rob Healey on February 11, 2013 in Court Process

So you have been charged with an OVI or more commonly referred to as a DUI in Kettering, OH and want to know what will happen?  The lawyers at our firm can help set your mind at ease. When you hire one of our Kettering, Ohio DUI attorney’s we will notify the court.  Most times you will not …Read More »

What Is A Pretrial?

Written by Rob Healey on November 9, 2011 in Court Process, Plea Negotiaions

If you hire a lawyer for your DUI or OVI in Dayton, Ohio, you will have a pretrial.  A pretrial is your lawyers first chance to have a meaningful meeting with the prosecutor and sometimes the judge about an OVI. This is informal.  There are sometimes officers present, but they will not be called to give any …Read More »