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Injured By A Drunk Driver In Ohio? You Are Not Alone.


drunk driving with suit coat.jpgDrunk driving accidents represent a significant portion of vehicle crashes in Ohio. For example, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) reported that 27.4 percent of all vehicle crash fatalities in Ohio were caused by drunk driving in 2014. More than half (58 percent) of wrong-way drivers involved in crashes were found to be under the influence, according to a 2013 report from the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP)

Man charged with OVI, child endangerment in Ohio

If authorities suspect that an individual was intoxicated while operating a vehicle, it is likely that driver will face charges. If an individual is charged with OVI, he or she may want to determine what legal steps could feasibly be taken to handle the case. One man in Ohio may be exploring his defense options after recently being taken into custody.

Warren County Ohio Cold Case and Ohio's Statute of Limitations in Criminal Cases

Less than three weeks ago, a Warren County grand jury indicted Sam Perone on one count of murder stemming from a death that occurred 23 years ago. The victim, Richard Woods, was killed on October 8, 1992. His body was found over one month later in a wooded ravine alongside Middleboro Road in Washington Township with two gunshot wounds to the head. His car was found 1.5 miles away at an I-71 rest area.

Ohio man faces OVI charge after alleged collisions

Understanding criminal defense options may help some individuals determine how they would like to move forward in their legal cases. One man in Ohio may be working to find out what strategies may be valuable to his case after being taken into custody for OVI. Reports stated that the man was allegedly driving a pickup truck and crashed into multiple vehicles and other objects.

Sparks' Case Shows Importance of 'Innocent Until Proven Guilty'

The Cincinnati Enquirer recently published a closer look at the circumstances surrounding the death of Mason resident Susan Sparks. You can read the details in the lengthy article, which discusses Susan's long battle with mental illness, her relationships with family members, and details about the firearm that caused her fatal injuries.

Ohio woman may want to defend against possible OVI charge

Failing to obey a traffic signal can often lead to a serious accident. If authorities believe that a driver involved in an accident was also impaired at the time, charges for OVI could be an outcome. These charges could lead to an individual facing a potentially complicated legal predicament, and that party may want to better understand his or her options for handling the allegations.

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