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If you or a loved one has been arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI), you are probably already aware of how stressful an OVI case can be. An OVI charge itself can have an immediate effect on your ability to drive well before a conviction may ever be obtained.

After an OVI arrest, time is of the essence, and your driving privileges can be at risk if you do not appeal the ALS suspension within the appropriate time. Depending upon your case and the allegations, a lot of times your attorney will be able to stay the ALS suspension until the case is resolved.

Most drunk driving charges will lead to a Notice of ALS suspension which will result in an immediate license suspension.

Contact my office today so that I can begin drafting a defense strategy quickly to protect your driving privileges and either stay the ALS or obtain privileges to go to work, school, court and other court related matters.

Avoid Administrative License Suspension

If you have been arrested for an OVI in Ohio, your license could be immediately suspended. An administrative license suspension will go into effect immediately after your arrest assuming the officer files the paper work timely and properly. If you were not charged with driving under the influence but refused a chemical test, breath test, blood test or urine test, the Officer may immediately suspend your license.

If your license has been suspended in Ohio after an OVI-related charge, you will have 30 days to request an administrative license suspension hearing to review the license suspension. As an experienced Ohio DUI attorney, my office will work hard to prevent a license suspension at the beginning of your case and work to prevent a suspension from ever taking effect.

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