Brown Law Office OVI/DUI News
The Ninth District Court of Appeals recently addressed probable cause to arrest a motorist for a suspected violation of OVI in State v. Martin, 2018-Ohio-1705. The Court held that a strong odor of alcohol coupled with other signs of impairment and an admission of drinking constitutes probable cause to arrest, even where the motorist refuses field sobriety tests. A link to the opinion can be found here.
If you are in need of an OVI/DUI attorney, contact the Brown Law Office today for a free consultation at 330-601-0101. As a member of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, we have the experience and resources necessary to effectively defend your OVI/DUI case.