The legal limit for driving after drinking alcohol is well known. Most people know how much alcohol they can drink before they’re at risk of drunk driving charges. But what about driving under the influence of drugs? How do you know if you’ve consumed too much?
Today, we’re talking about marijuana use and driving. Keep reading to understand what you need to know about marijuana use to avoid an OVI.
Now that Ohioans can take cocktails to go, what should they know about laws regarding alcohol in vehicles? Can you drive with alcohol in your car?
Today, we’re tackling this important question. Keep reading to learn about “open container” laws and what you need to know to avoid an OVI in Ohio.
There is a lot of confusion around OVI checkpoints in Ohio.
The OVI lawyers at Casper & Casper receive many common questions about OVI checkpoints: what are OVI checkpoints? Are they even constitutional? What are my rights?
Today, we’re answering these important questions in an OVI Checkpoint FAQ. Keep reading to learn just about everything you need to know!
Facing OVI charges in Ohio is scary and stressful. These charges are serious, with consequences that can include heavy fines, loss of driving privileges, and even jail time. What can you do? Is it possible to beat OVI charges in Ohio? While beating your charges is never guaranteed, there are a few ways to fight your charges and minimize or avoid the penalties of an OVI conviction. Keep reading to learn how.
If you’re like most people, you think of yourself as a generally law-abiding citizen. But did you know you could be breaking the law and not even know it? Don’t worry! Though they are technically still on the books, you’re not likely to be prosecuted for breaking these laws. Here are 21 weird laws in the Tri-State.
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If you’ve ever watched Law & Order or another courtroom drama, we’re sure you’ve heard the lingo: “not guilty,” “guilty,” “no contest,” and “not guilty by reason of insanity.” However, TV and real life aren’t one and the same.If you’re facing OVI or related charges, it’s important to know what these pleas—formal responses to criminal charges—actually mean. Let’s dive in and talk about what each plea means and when you might consider it.
Can you be arrested and charged for “drunk driving” even if you weren’t actually driving? Sure, it happened in Everybody Loves Raymond (remember when Debra said she had an “intent to nap?”), but could this really happen in real life?
Many patients in Ohio (more than 50,000!) take medical marijuana in order to manage conditions like cancer, PTSD, and chronic pain. Medical marijuana is something like a lifesaver—helping them live better lives.