A DUI charge in Ohio carries severe penalties. Many of these are mandatory, while others are optional. Some judges have their own set of “mandatory” penalties, which include a variety of sentencing options from the “optional penalties” list below.
To have any degree of success in a DUI case, you must have a criminal defense lawyer who handles DUI charges on a regular basis and understands the complexities of Ohio DUI Law.
“I am in court nearly every day on DUI cases. All too often, I see DUI defendants represented by lawyers who are clueless about DUI law. Many times these attorneys are relatives, friends of the family or practice in other areas of the law.” – Dan Weisenburger.
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