Specializing in DUI 

Ohio drunk driving cases are referred to as Ohio OVI (operating a vehicle while intoxicated), Ohio DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol), or Ohio OMVI (operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, impaired, or intoxicated). All of these acronyms relate to the same offense, found in the Ohio Revised Code.

Ohio drunk driving (OVI) arrests trigger two separate cases: the court case, where penalties include jail time, fines, mandatory classes, and more; and the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles case, where the arrestee's driving privileges are at stake.

Ohio License Suspension Procedures are tough; it is vital that you contact us if you have been arrested for drunk driving.

If you, or someone you care about, have been charged with any type of Ohio drunk driving offence, whether it is OMVI, DUI, OVI, or any other type of drinking and driving case, the law limits the amount of time you have to contest it. Drunk driving defense is a specialized area. Let one of our qualified DUI LAWYERS find a solution to your legal problem; contact our office (513) 777-7460

Ohio DUI / OVI law makes it a crime for any person to operate a motor vehicale while having any amount of alcohol or drugs or combination of the drugs and alcohol that impairs their physical or mental abilities to an appreciable degree. This offense does not require proof of any specific amount of alcohol in your system; therefore, you don't have to take the blood, breath or urine test in order to be convicted of a drunk driving (DUI) offense in Ohio, the defendant's guilt must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. This means that the prosecutor has the burden of proving each element to the exclusion of every reasonable doubt, and in the case of a reasonable doubt as to any element, the accused is entitled to a verdict of not guilty.