Ohio criminal defense lawyer Brad Groene with Luftman, Heck, and Associates recently assisted a young woman from Fairborn, Ohio after she was pulled over on her way home from work and charged with an OVI for drugged driving. The woman not only faced some harsh ramifications for smoking marijuana while driving, but she also tested positive for cocaine, which made negotiating for a reduction with the prosecution increasingly difficult.
In an effort to find a result that did not involve the haunting effects of an OVI conviction, attorney Groene persisted and by highlighting his client’s lack of prior criminal history in addition to some procedural errors by the police, he negotiated to amend the OVI to a more agreeable physical control violation, which is a 0-point traffic infraction. Due to this drastic reduction, the woman was saved from an OVI appearing on her permanent record, but she was also spared from the license suspension and excessive fees that usually accompany a conviction.
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