It really depends on the situation. If you would like to share some more details about your case, I can likely give you a more definitive answer. In fact, if you have ANY question about your case, feel free to submit them to me through my website at https://ohioduidude.com/. If you scroll to the...Read more »
Wow, what a nightmare. I'm a bit surprised it's just now surfacing. To answer your question, the statute of limitations for most misdemeanors in Ohio, including DUI, is two years (http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2901.13). That being said, I'm not sure that the statute of limitations would...Read more »
Congratulations! It sounds like you are coming to the end of your OVI case. To find out if you owe reinstatement fees, contact the Ohio BMV. You can call them at 844-644-6268. In the alternative, if you want to avoid long hold times, utilize the chat function on their website....Read more »
I completed my entire sentence. jail time, diversion program, paid all my fines etc... the only thing I never did was pay the $475.00 to reinstate my OH Driver’s License because I had moved back home with my parents and started my life over in FL. I’ve had a valid Driver license for over 10... Read more »
Given the facts you describe, I can't imagine you'll have any trouble getting an Ohio license. To find out with certainty, contact the BMV directly. You can go to the agency's website and utilize the chat function. Good luck.
If the citation indicates you showed proof of automobile insurance at the time of the OVI incident, it is highly unlikely the court will ask you to show it again. However, if for some reason, the court asks for proof of insurance and you cannot provide it, you will NOT be charged with a new...Read more »
It sounds like an extremely unusual case and potentially one where a good OVI lawyer can get the charges dismissed. However, without more details about what transpired, it's difficult to provide you with any additional information. Feel free to call or email me if you want to talk further. My...Read more »
Absolutely not. In fact, it's very rare. I normally only see police impound vehicles in DUI cases when the DUI suspect has at least one prior DUI conviction in the past ten years. Think of getting a DUI lawyer involved so he/she can petition the court to release your vehicle immediately. If...Read more »
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