Jeffrey Charles Meadows’s Answers

Jeffrey Charles Meadows

West Chester DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Is there any way my ex can be found not guilty? He was arrested for OVI and refusal to take the OVI sobriety test.

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Joseph Donald Hada
    2. Matthew Charles Bangerter
    3. Christopher Lee Beck
    4. Kyle J Bristow
    5. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    6. ···
    7 lawyer answers

    I have gotten many not guilty verdicts with difficult facts but your question can't be answered without a lot more information. If he is in the Toledo area, I would recommend hiring Andy Bucher.

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  2. Will I get my license reinstated at the court date when my first ovi reduced to reckless driving? I live in ohio

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Charles Melville Rowland II
    3. William Joseph Balena
    4. J. Denise Carter
    4 lawyer answers

    Generally speaking, a reckless driving will come with a 6 month license suspension, dated back to the date of offense (you would get work & school privs and maybe some other privileges), a suspended jail sentence along with a 3 day alcohol class and a fine of 250.00 plus court costs ($110.00 in Cincinnati). Now that is USUALLY the sentence, talk to your attorney and let them finish the job you hired them to do, as they appear to working hard for you so far.

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  3. If it's took over a month to get the blood results back from being under suspicion of ovi what most likely the results will be

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Robert Edward Calesaric
    3. Kelly W. Case
    4. Theodore W. Robinson
    4 lawyer answers

    First of all it normally takes 4-8 weeks to get blood test results back. Next, blood is not always more determinative of anything; however, it is CRITICAL that you have an attorney who understands gas chromatography, which is the method used to test the blood. Ohio has very specific regulations regarding the prep of collection site, collection, sealing, storage and testing of blood for use in OVI cases. Again, an attorney who regularly FIGHTS these cases is necessary! Many attorneys are...

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  4. How long after pee test results can a cop give you a dui ticket?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Mark Eugene Barbour
    2. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    3. J. Denise Carter
    4. Donald Michael Gallick
    4 lawyer answers

    As stated in one of the other answers, the statute of limitations on an OVI in Ohio is two years. With that being said, it typically takes 6-12 weeks for the cops to get a lab result back in the areas of Ohio where I practice. Once they have a result, they can decide whether they are going to charge you or not if your urine alcohol level was over the limit or if you exceeded the per se limit on certain drugs or if other drugs were at least present. It is interesting to note that the...

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  5. This is a dui case

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Christopher Brian Murphy
    3. Ted Harvatin
    3 lawyer answers

    Putting up a general question without detail makes it difficult to provide a meaningful reply. But if you think there is something that should be addressed, talk to the attorney about it and if you don't like his answer, then get a second opinion. You also may consider asking your attorney how many OVI jury trials he has done in the last few years. His answer may provide insight into his abilities to properly handle an OVI case.

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  6. Can I get a job with 3 misdemeanor DUIs?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Matthew Charles Bangerter
    3. Terrence Robert Rudes
    4. Peter Stephen Kirner
    5. Kevin Mark Jones
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    8 lawyer answers

    As long as you are not incarcerated, I'm sure you can get a job. The bigger question is; will you be able to get a job that doesn't involve asking "Would you like fries with that?" You question is clearly dependant on what type of job you are looking for. I suspect there are many employers who may not mind the criminal record, but some may perceive multiple convictions as an indicator that you have a substance dependency problem. I would get an aggressive OVI lawyer immediately to try...

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  7. Help!!! freaking out.......

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Jon Martin Pettis
    2 lawyer answers

    You need to talk to two lawyers, one in the area where the new charge is to see if there is any kind of diversion or program that will keep you from being convicted of the new charge. You also should talk to an attorney in the WV area where you are on the unsupervised probation. In the Ohio courts where I practice, it would be unlikely that they would find out about the older charge. If they did, the judge could consider the prior conviction in sentencing on the new case. Conversely,...

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  8. I have an open dui warrant from 2008 in a county i no longer reside in can I get it dismissed?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Ted Harvatin
    3. Harry Edward Hudson Jr
    3 lawyer answers

    I definately think you should get a lawyer involved from the county where the DUI/OVI is pending. While there are speedy trial rights, those can be waived/forfeited by your failure to appear for court. So the fact that it is a 4 yr old case will not cause it to be dismissed in all likelihood. However, there may be issues that make it difficult for the case to be prosecuted such as witnesses (e.g., the arresting officer) being unavailable due to retirement, layoffs, or other circumstances....

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  9. Is there any way to get a OMVI off my driving record?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Matthew Charles Bangerter
    3. Robert Edward Calesaric
    3 lawyer answers

    No, Ohio OVI's (aka OMVI) are not expungeable.

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  10. Can they charge me when the machine dont work [hgn]

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    2. Mark Alan Deters
    3. Craig S Orent
    4. Jason Allan Sarver
    4 lawyer answers

    Not only can they charge you, but they obviously did. Now for the good news - the brief set of facts you listed look like there are lots of potential issues to help you fight this charge. As for the HGN, did you advise him that you have artificial lenses in both eyes? Unless the cop is an opthalmologist, he isn't qualified to determine whether or not the lens issue will affect the HGN or not. The fact that you were willing to do two different tests at the station shows that you were...

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