Clermont County Municipal Court, Case # 2014 TRC 21602
Clermont County/Miami Township OVI/DUI
Client was charged by Miami Township police with Operating a Motor Vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (OVI) in violation of Ohio Revised Code section 4511.19(A)(1)(a), and Operating a Motor vehicle with a prohibited level of alcohol in his blood as measured by the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath testing instrument, measuring a .267 (BAC), a “high tier” OVI, in violation of Ohio Revised Code section 4511.19(A)(1)(h), both misdemeanors of the first degree, and failing to maintain an assured clear distance (ACDA) in violation of Ohio Revised Code section 4511.21(A), a minor misdemeanor. Upon arrest, Miami Township police recovered drug paraphernalia in violation of Ohio Revised Code section 2925.141, a minor misdemeanor. Counsel was able to work out a plea arrangement to a “low tier” OVI, have the drug paraphernalia charge dismissed, and avoid the party plates and additional jail time, gaining minimum sentence.