Wooster OVI Attorney

The Ninth District Court of Appeals recently held that there is sufficient evidence to sustain a conviction for OVI where the driver admits to ingesting a drug of abuse, and there are signs that the driver is impaired.  In State v. McQuistan, 2018-Ohio-539, the Court held that in order to convict a motorist of OVI, there must be a nexus between the motorist’s impairment and either a drug of abuse or alcohol.  A link to the decision can be found here.


The McQuistan decision provides valuable insight to OVI attorneys on the standards governing OVI prosecutions.  Contact the Wooster OVI attorneys at the Brown Law Office today at 330-601-0101 for a free consultation.  As members of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, we have the skills and resources to defend your OVI case.