Get A Strong Defense Against Criminal Charges Involving Motor Vehicles
Life would be very different without cars. While motor vehicles expand the possibilities of life immensely, they can also expose us to criminal penalties. Ohio law includes many offenses related to motor vehicles. Motor vehicle crimes often involve people who have never been accused or convicted of a crime at any point previously. At Rittgers Rittgers & Nakajima, our Ohio criminal defense attorneys protect the rights of people accused of vehicle-related crimes. Our offices in Cincinnati, Lebanon and Oxford defend the rights of clients across Ohio. Call us at 513-496-0134 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.
Types Of Vehicular Crimes
Many laws involving motor vehicles carry only monetary penalties at first. Traffic crimes are often resolved with money, not time behind bars. But the line between a simple traffic ticket and a criminal prosecution is thinner than people realize. At Rittgers Rittgers & Nakajima, we defend clients in all types of vehicle-related crimes, including:
Operating a vehicle while impaired by drugs or alcohol (OVI) is a common, yet serious criminal offense. Our firm has extensive experience in OVI cases. We are dedicated advocates, working to protect accused individuals and have helped shape OVI law in Ohio.
Crimes involving motor vehicles often involve serious and long-lasting penalties. If you are accused of any crime involving a vehicle, you need to discuss the case with an experienced defense lawyer. It is often possible to present a strong defense in these cases, provided there is time to gather and prepare the evidence to protect your rights.
We have successfully resolved numerous vehicle related crimes for our clients by way of motion to suppress, trial by judge, trial by jury, and plea deals. With offices in Cincinnati, Lebanon and Oxford, we have handled criminal defense cases all over Ohio. The skill and experience of your attorney can change the outcome of your case. The sooner you speak to an attorney, the better your chances of getting an outcome favorable to you.