Brown Law Office OVI/DUI News

The Ninth District Court of Appeals recently addressed the reasonable suspicion an officer must possess in OVI cases before requiring a motorist to submit to Field Sobriety Tests to determine whether they are impaired.  In State v. Todd, the Ninth District reiterated its holding in State v. Wood, 2019-Ohio-3985, that a trial court’s factual findings in a suppression hearing must be supported by competent and credible evidence.  A link to the decision can be found here.

Contact the OVI/DUI attorneys at the Brown Law Office today for a free consultation at 330-601-0101.  As members of the American Association of Premier DUI attorneys, we have the experience and resources necessary to defend your OVI/DUI case.