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Butler County DUI Defense Lawyers

A charge for driving under the influence (DUI) in Ohio carries with it criminal and administrative consequences. Not only are you looking at a conviction that will affect your criminal record, but you are also looking at losing your driving privileges for a set period of time. Take steps to protect your future and your driver’s license by seeking out an experienced Lebanon DUI defense lawyer.

At Rittgers & Rittgers, we have more than 200 years of combined legal experience protecting the rights of our clients. In addition to aggressive courtroom advocacy and negotiation skills, our lawyers also have a history of success in these cases. Moreover, we have the experience and knowledge of attorney Charles H. Rittgers, who is a founding member of the National DUI College. Mr. Rittgers, his son Charles M. Rittgers, and his partner Nicholas Graman are each trained in field sobriety testing. You can trust that we will put all of this experience and knowledge to work in creating a strong defense against your drunk driving charges.

Learn from our new White Papers: Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol and A Quick Guide To Regaining Your Driver’s License After a DUI Arrest.

Defending Your Rights in Criminal Court

A criminal charge for DUI brings with it the potential consequences of minimum jail sentences, monetary fines and a criminal record. These consequences can follow you into the future, making it difficult for you to obtain quality employment, housing and affordable automobile insurance.

Whether this is your first offense or your third, you need to take these charges seriously. Seek out a criminal defense attorney who will fight to protect your rights now and in the future. Call one of our lawyers at Rittgers & Rittgers today.

Protecting Your Driving Privileges

If you have been charged with DUI, also known as OVI in Ohio, you have a short amount of time in which to request a hearing to protect your driving privileges. These administrative license suspension or revocation hearings take place within 30 days of a DUI arrest. By calling our law firm as soon as you have been arrested or charged, we can take immediate steps to help you either keep your driver’s license or obtain limited driving privileges that will enable you to drive to and from work, medical appointments, and court appearances.

Contact Our Warren County DUI Defense Attorneys

With offices in five convenient locations throughout Ohio, our defense lawyers are standing ready to help defend against your DUI charges and protect your driving privileges. Contact our Ohio law firm online or call us at 513-932-2115 to schedule your initial consultation today.

Related Result

20-year-old Drove Left of Center and was Driving With No Shoes Charged with DUI; Faced Six Months in Jail and a License Suspension: Our client was stopped and given the standard field sobriety tests which he supposedly failed. Following a trial, client was found NOT GUILTY.

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