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Administrative License Suspension, Issues Warranting a Termination

A Quick Guide To Regaining Your Driver’s License After a DUI Arrest

At Rittgers & Rittgers, we have been at the forefront of Ohio drunk driving law for many years. Our attorneys have argued several DUI cases before the Ohio Supreme Court.

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Whether or not you become our client, we want you to have knowledge about your OVI case and how to regain your driver’s license so you can support yourself and your family. Read our new White Paper, Administrative License Suspension, Issues Warranting a Termination: A Quick Guide To Regaining Your Driver’s License After a DUI Arrest (PDF).

The purpose of this quick guide is to familiarize you with several situations that may warrant the termination of an ALS, as well as the relevant statues and case law. Freely share it with your family and friends.

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  1. Introduction
  2. If the Offense Occurred on Private Property
  3. If the Defendant was Not Cited into Court Within the Necessary Five-Day Window
  4. If the Court’s Copy of the BMV 2255 Form is Not Notarized
  5. BMV 2255 Form Does Not State Reasonable Grounds for the OVI, or Physical Control Arrest
  6. ALS was Imposed on a Defendant Who was Charged with a Physical Control & Failed the Chemical Test
  7. ALS was Imposed on a Defendant Who Submitted to a Chemical Test, the Results of Which are Pending
  8. Hiring an Attorney

If you are interested in the assistance of Rittgers & Rittgers, contact us online or call at 513-932-2115..

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