If you have a questions about criminal charges, arrest or procedures, I likely have the answer to your question right here.
If you have been contacted by the police, a detective, or a social worker who wants to question you about potential allegations that you have sexually abused someone you need to take the following advice very seriously: immediately pick up the phone and call us.
As a former prosecutor I can tell you that certain prosecutor’s offices take a different stance on whether or not they will report your OVI conviction to the Board.
Many times our clients first call in and while we talk about their arrest they comment that they feel they passed the field sobriety tests.
When our clients first call in they almost universally have two questions in common; specifically, (1) how much will this cost me, and (2) what are the odds that my OVI will get reduced?
Many people never had to go through the criminal justice system before and can feel a bit lost with everything that happens.
If you are facing criminal charges from an OVI all the way up to Rape or Murder you need to be comfortable with the work that your criminal defense attorney is doing for you.
When potential clients call in regarding these types of cases they typically have three standard questions:
Oddly, this is a question that we are often asked.
I am a former assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor having worked in various departments in that office.
If the police want you to come into their station to answer a few questions you should immediately pick up the phone and call an attorney.
The field sobriety tests are a series of test devised by NHTSA (the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) intended to predict whether or not someone’s blood alcohol level will test over 0.10.